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If you’re thinking of using medical cannabis but are unsure of where to find the best tips and most important information, you’re in good hands. Make sure you take a peek at this guide to get started on the right foot.

 7 Must Knows For First Time Medical Cannabis Users

A Guide for Medical Cannabis Users

By The Stoner's Cookbook

Thinking of starting to use medical cannabis? Need some direction? Then this guide is for you. Let this information get your on your way to being a medical cannabis expert.

  • Educate Yourself

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    Learning about different methods and strains to treat your ailments is the best thing to do. Keep a journal of what effects the different strains and methods of consumption have. Ask questions too.

  • Prevent a High Tolerance

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    If you're looking for the most cost effective and efficient way to medicate, use a variety of products to prevent a high tolerance. 3 recommended methods are vaporizing, smoking and eating.

  • Vaporizing

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    Confused on what vaporizing is? It allows you to utilize all the medicine in your cannabis without wasting the THC on 'off burn' from joints, or having to use water pipes, which are hard on the lungs.

  • Smoking

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    Recent studies have shown that smoking may cause you to inhale the non-medicinal rolling paper, which can contain carcinogenic material. Be careful and mindful with this method.

  • Eating

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    Using edibles is an effective way to treat all forms of pain and, generally, has long lasting effects. Eating cannabis can be very strong at first, so make sure you progress your usage gradually.

  • Concentrate and Tincture Form

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    Concentrates are used in treating extreme pain, things like skeletal deformities, nerve pain or chronic joint pain. Tinctures provide full body pain relief.

  • Always Trust Your Nose

    By The Stoner's Cookbook

    The cannabis that smells the best is probably the best for you. Recent studies on medical cannabis found a reliable predictor of effects on a patient, was the patient’s reaction to the smell of it.

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