The way you take marijuana affects how quickly your body absorbs the THC and other chemicals. “It’s going to be a more rapid onset of action with an inhaled product,” Hopfer says.
Because edibles work more slowly, there’s a greater chance you’ll take too much. “You take a bite of an edible product and nothing happens. Then you take another bite and another bite, not understanding that it takes time for the effects to occur,” Hill explains. Eating large amounts of marijuana can expose you to dangerously high THC levels.
“There’s no question about it,” Hill says. “Marijuana is both physically and psychologically addictive, but most people who use it don’t become addicted.” Around 9% of adults who use marijuana and 17% of teens will get addicted.
Marijuana comes in other forms, too.
“Marijuana has a range of effects that vary based on the person and the potency,” says Christian Hopfer, MD, associate professor of psychiatry in the division of substance dependence at the University of Colorado. The more marijuana you use, the longer you use it, and the more THC it contains, the more effects you’ll feel.
In the short term, marijuana can affect your:
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