Gone are the days of strictly being able to smoke the cannabis flower in a joint or bowl. Now, much to technological delight, there are a huge number of ways that you can consume cannabis. With all of these options, sometimes it’s hard to know what to pick.
Why Use Cannabis Oil?
First, let’s start with what cannabis oil is. Cannabis oil is a sticky substance made up of cannabinoids like THC and CBD. THC and CBD are extracted from the cannabis plant. Due to THC and CBD being conentrated, cannabis oil is often much stronger than smoking the cannabis flower. Many people like to use cannabis oil for the enhanced psychoactive effects.
On the other hand, cannabis oil can be very useful in the medical community. It can be used to treat a myriad of diseases, such as cancer, diabetes, epilepsy, fibromyalgia, and inflammatory diseases. Because it possesses natural antioxidant properties, cannabis oil also can be used to treat autoimmune and neurodegenerative diseases.
The most common way to consume cannabis oil is through either smoking it. There is a new fad which has become the more common method, vaping it. The process of “dabs” is also very common among cannabis oil users. You can also cook with cannabis oil, and another benefit to oil as opposed to flower is the healthier methods of ingestion. Vaping and cooking have virtually no negative effects on the body.