What should I expect from the high or experience of consuming edibles?

Consuming edibles can lead to a different experience compared to other forms of cannabis consumption, such as smoking or vaping. Here's what you can generally expect from the high or experience of consuming edibles:  


     1) Delayed Onset: The effects of edibles take longer to kick in compared to inhalation methods. It can take anywhere from 30 minutes to two hours or even longer for the effects to be felt. This delay occurs because the edible must pass through the digestive system and be metabolized before the cannabinoids enter the bloodstream and reach the brain. 

     2) Intensity and Duration: The high from edibles is often described as more intense and long-lasting compared to inhalation methods. The effects can be felt for several hours, with the peak typically occurring around 1-3 hours after consumption. The duration can vary depending on factors such as dosage, individual metabolism, and tolerance.  

     3) Body-Centered Effects: Edibles are known for providing a more physical and body-centered experience. Users often report deep relaxation, sedation, and a sense of physical heaviness. This can be particularly pronounced with higher doses or Indica-dominant strains.  

     4) Potential for Strong Psychedelic Effects: Higher doses of edibles, especially for individuals with a lower tolerance, can produce intense psychoactive effects. This can include feelings of euphoria, altered perception of time, enhanced sensory experiences, and even hallucinations. It's important to start with low doses and gradually increase as needed. 

     5) Gradual Onset and Prolonged Effects: Due to the slow absorption and metabolism of edibles, the high can feel like it "creeps up" on you. It's crucial to be patient and avoid consuming more if the effects are not immediately felt. Overconsumption can lead to an unexpectedly strong and potentially uncomfortable experience. 

     6) Individual Sensitivity and Variability: The effects of edibles can vary greatly from person to person. Factors such as individual metabolism, body chemistry, tolerance, and the specific edible product can all influence the experience. It's important to be aware of your own sensitivity and start with low doses until you understand how edibles affect you personally. Remember, the effects of edibles can be quite potent, and it's crucial to consume responsibly and in a controlled environment.


We want to be clear that we are not medical professionals, and that you should always consult your physician if you have further questions about how edibles will affect your body, mind, etc. Start with a low dose, be patient, and allow sufficient time for the effects to manifest before considering additional consumption. It's always advisable to follow the recommended dosage guidelines provided by the manufacturer and to be aware of the legal regulations regarding edibles in your jurisdiction.