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Flower, the most basic form of cannabis consumption. Plants are dried, trimmed and displayed in packaging according to Washington law. Flower is commonly smoked and inhaled to experience a tailored effect based on the strain attributes.
Marijuana edibles are food items made with marijuana or infused with marijuana oils. Edibles may be an alternative to smoking or vaporizing marijuana. Edibles come in many forms, and can be tailored to providing the user with specific effects.
THC concentrates are a somewhat new development in the marijuana community: they tend to be very potent, and it’s important to know what you’re getting into before using them. There are many different ways to prepare a concentrate, while equally as many ways to use them.
A tincture is a liquid form of marijuana, typically made from glycerin (sweeter) or alcohol (harsher). The majority of tinctures are flavored and distributed via an eyedropper under the tongue for faster absorption into the body. Some people relate tincture highs to that of an edible, but without consuming actual food.
Cannabis topicals include balms, salves, lotions, and oils that are infused with active cannabinoids and are applied to and absorbed directly through your skin. Topicals have grown in popularity in recent years, with cannabinoids like THC and CBD making their way into everything from massage oils, to muscle rubs and skin care.