It’s widely-known that Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the active ingredient in cannabis as well as cannabis edibles. It is also widely-known that this cannabinoid is the reason people experience a psychological high. Less widely-known, however, is what happens to THC in the body, how it works with a persona metabolism, and how that impacts the psychological high.
This infographic presents a summary of scientific research on the human metabolism of THC—visualized and explained in simple language.
Excessively.net is here to help clear the air and answer questions about the cannabis conundrum between eating cannabis-infused edibles and smoking buds. We hope you enjoy all the amazing information in this infographic about the metabolism of THC. The cannabis-infused edible market in the United States and Canada is predicted to hit the $4 billion mark by 2022 according to ArcView Market Research and BDS Analytics. The demand for cannabis edibles is increasing as people become more aware of their health. Many cannabis consumers live active lifestyles where smoking doesn’t fit in. Surfing, biking, skating, football, hockey, and martial arts are all difficult to do if you’re smoking.
Edibles also offer consumers a way to gauge the amount of cannabis they consume easily. Some people prefer to microdose with cannabis edibles while others prefer larger dosages at one time. Learn all about how cannabis metabolizes in your body as well as metabolites 11-OH-THC or 11-COOH-THC?