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The way in which the phytocannabinoids in cannabis interact within the body’s Endocannabinoid System can produce a range of temporary effects on the mind and/or body. The effects vary from person to person and depend on many factors, including an individual’s physiology, the strain, how it’s consumed, how much is consumed and the THC/CBD content.
Because cannabis interacts uniquely with each individual, it’s possible you’ll experience something different than what you may have expected.
Until the 1980s, it was believed that the species of cannabis- sativa or indica-was solely responsible for the effect produced by cannabis: sativa was typically thought to produce a more energetic experience, while indica was said to be more sedating. Now, with hundreds of hybrids and new strains on the market, coupled with new beliefs about active components and the effect of their combinations, this information may be misleading.
While many cannabis producers are trying to cultivate new strains to reliably produce certain desired effects, the science of producing a product with consistent effects for every person is not yet well enough understood, and much more research will be needed before this is possible. For this reason, it’s not possible to completely predict the experience you will have.
Experiencing undesired effects is always a possibility when consuming cannabis, particularly when too much is consumed. These unpleasant effects can include:
These effects are temporary, but two excellent ways to avoid or minimize them are to choose cannabis with low THC content and to consume small amounts slowly.
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