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Let’s speak plainly shall we? One of the most common and widely chosen ways of experiencing psychoactive bliss is through cannabis consumption. Here’s how it happens; the weed flower or the bud of the cannabis plant is covered with trichome (a hairlike outer cover), and is used for both medicinal and recreational purposes. These hairlike trichomes have a higher concentration of resin than the rest of the plant. This is because trichomes produce cannabinoids, constituents that class a plant as cannabis. The calyxes are sepals of the weed flower and are positioned at the base of the flower, this holds the bulb in place. Calyxes carry the pistils, the female reproductive organs and the trichomes that have a higher concentration of resin.

The methods of cannabis consumption are varied, often coming down to personal preference. Only the flower of the plant is used and therefore when purchased loose it’ll be crushed into a powdered state. Conventionally it’s then rolled as a joint to be smoked, but it can also be infused into edibles such as candies and gummies.

Now let’s list all the varieties of weed flowers that we have to offer – There’s Sativa, Indica, and Hybrid. When it comes to choosing between them, it helps to look at the intrinsic qualities of each weed flower. Based on your requirements and preferences, you can then decide which one you’d like to go for.

Sativa: This species is known for its higher THC level in its dominant strains. Therefore, it serves people who are looking for the following effects; energetic, uplifting, cerebral, actively creative, highly sociable.

Indica: This species is known for its calming effects. Its strains can soothe the full body as though sedated, resulting in relaxation. It mainly relieves stress in the muscles, the back of the neck, and the sole of the feet. It aids sound sleep, promoting complete relaxation.

Hybrid: As its name suggests, it is a variety combining the effects of both Sativa and Indica. It works best for  sore muscles and relaxing the nerves. This is one of the best options to relieve an ailment.

 

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FAQs

Which part of a plant provides its properties?
The flower in the cannabis has elements that produce THC and therefore it's the flower that is used for cannabis consumption.
What is THC?
THC stands for delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol. This is the component in the flower that gives it the active ingredient for cannabis consumption.
Are the leaves also used, or just the weed flower?
They are not typically used as it’s only the flower that has the properties and effects associated with weed or cannabis.
What is the difference between Cannabis and weed flower?
There is no significant difference. These are different names for the same effective term. Cannabis is a plant, whose flower is known as a weed flower, it’s used for medical and recreational purposes due to its inherent properties.
What is meant by the term 'flower strains?'
The term strain is used to refer to the variety of a specific flower.
Is it possible to grow weed flowers at home/indoors?
It is grown both indoors and outdoors. However, a thorough understanding of favourable temperature conditions, watering cycle, and proper care would be required.
How long does it take for a plant to flower?
It depends on the variety and growing conditions. The usual time period of sowing through to harvest takes about ten weeks.
What is the best and most effective way to consume?
There are many ways to consume it, however this really comes down to personal preference.
How long does it take to show effects?
This heavily depends on the method of consumption, the quantity, and many physical factors such as your weight, metabolism, tolerance, etc. The time range average considering all these factors is; 10 minutes to 30 minutes. In the case of smoking or vaping it should begin to be effective within 2 minutes or so. If taken in the form of edibles, then it takes about 30 minutes or more (again dependent on many factors). If you dab it, it begins to hit almost instantly due to a higher concentration of THC.
How long does it last?
This depends on multiple factors such as quantity, quality, and your body metrics. The average time it lasts in instances where it is smoked or vaped is around 3 hours, but can take around 8 hours to fade completely. If you consume it in the form of edibles, it can last up to 24 hours. In the case of dabbing, it all depends on the THC levels and could range from 3 hours to an entire day.
Is it possible to cut short the effects?
Though there is no proven method to end the effect before its duration passes, many people have stated that a few things have worked for them. As established, the lasting time depends on many factors, so too does the duration of lasting effects. The most effective method to end the effect is through sleep. Sleep allows the body to eliminate the effects without hindrance. However, this may not work in all cases.
Is it used in medicines?
It has been used medicinally for some time. Many pharmaceutical companies have invested time and research into its usage as various forms of medication.
Is it good for health?
We take medicines to soothe pain and to help us regain strength, cannabis (if taken appropriately) can soothe our ailments and help us perform better. It helps sleep and is used for recreational purposes.
Is it safe for seniors to consume?
It is crucial to understand and seek information on any drug before you try it. Seniors do effectively use it but with proper guidance and understanding of any vulnerabilities. They also use it for medicinal purposes with thorough supervision.