If you’re on the search for an effective CBD product, you should definitely consider looking into purchasing CBD joints. Whether you see Cannabis-infused products as a medical solution or you’re just interested in using them for recreation, here are a few things you should keep in mind when browsing pre-rolled joints.
What are you looking for?
Different people want to smoke CBD for different reasons. If you have been recommended CBD for medical reasons, smoking is a common way to consume it. If you’re looking to smoke marijuana for purely medical reasons, then you should look for a joint with very low levels of the psychoactive chemical tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC.
THC is the chemical that “gets you high” when you smoke Cannabis sativa, and pre-rolls that have less than 0.3% of this chemical are ideal if this is what you want to avoid. Worth noting as well is that pre-rolls are not the most efficient way to consume CBD since some of it is lost as smoke, which should be taken into account if you are using it for medical purposes.
What’s safe for you?
You should also take into consideration what your personal tolerances are for the various chemicals that are found in Cannabis. Individual people can be particularly sensitive or resistant to the effects of Cannabis for a variety of reasons, including how often it is consumed and individual genetics.
For this reason, you should stay aware of how much Cannabis you consume normally and consult a doctor if you suspect that it might have negative health effects. You might eventually feel that THC has a decreased effect after consuming enough of it, but this is perfectly normal. Consider taking a “T-break” for anywhere from a few days to 21 days if you feel you need to instead of upping the THC content of the pre-roll. While a THC overdose is unlikely, there are still possible negative side effects to consider that are worth avoiding.
What’s actually in it?
Many reputable pre-roll sellers will often tell you what’s in the roll itself, like the THC or content or the strain of Cannabis that is used in any of their joints. What you would consider worth buying is always going to be your decision, and the seller should be able to help you with your decision. If you plan on browsing through brick and mortar dispensaries, it is also worth taking note of the labeling requirements your state has for Cannabis products. There will likely be requirements for retail establishments to follow before they can put specific words like “medical-grade cannabinoid product” on their merchandise.
With as many options as there are for pre-rolls, the answer to the question of if they are worth buying is “yes, but not always.” Many people prefer to roll their own joints, but pre-rolls are a good option if you don’t have the time or materials Cheap products can sometimes be worth buying, but if you don’t pay attention to the product’s packaging it might not live up to your expectations.
Make sure your product is the kind that you are looking for and has a reasonable date of harvest, possibly with a sealed package, and you should be good to go.