Using "already been vaped weed" for edibles, question.

Discussion in 'Medicating' started by chris42393, Oct 30, 2018.

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    chris42393

    chris42393 Well-Known Member

    So after using "already been vaped weed", I heard you can use it for edibles. When doing so, would you need to add more, to reach the same effect as weed that hasn't been used?

    I want an anti-anxiety/relaxed effect. I don't want to get completely blasted at all lol ... Edibles would mainly be for work. I'm tired of dealing with peoples bullshit and it's taking a toll on my health. Ie. Increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, stress, and just all around complete rage 24/7 when I'm on shift. Im working 120 hours a week (not by choice) and I just need something to help calm me down. My neurologist said stress can trigger seizures as well, and I don't want to have one....

    How much should you use to reach that effect?

    I can't take benzo's because the "withdrawals" can cause seizures as well...
     
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    OPfarmer

    OPfarmer Well-Known Member

    Yes it works decarb in oil. Make capsules or cook with oil.
    When I used to vape dry herbs I would save them for edibles.
     
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    OPfarmer

    OPfarmer Well-Known Member

    Oh,
    Look at CBN..
     
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    Renfro

    Renfro Well-Known Member

    Also the reclaim oil you get out of the vape rig when you clean it is great for cooking as it's pretty well decarbed.
     
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    Renfro

    Renfro Well-Known Member

    My buddy brought some CBG isolate over one time and we did some dabs. It didn't get me high so to speak but it had a very relaxing / calming effect.
     
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    Rrog

    Rrog Well-Known Member

    I’ve been saving and using ABV for inflammation and sleeping for many years.

    After vaping it’s largely de-carboxed so I don’t treat the ABV. I take some with a scoop of yogurt, typically
     
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