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Updated by T. Elizabeth on Feb 16, 2021 – Fact checked by Dr. A Maldonado

Weed capsules are one of the most convenient ways to take cannabis products. Each pill is pre-portioned in specified dosages, taking all the guesswork out for consumers. Also, the capsules are easy to take and require minimal prep and clean up work.  Weed capsules come in a variety of THC doses, so it is important that they are not all created at equal potencies. There are so many advantages of taking capsules, which makes them an ideal choice for many medical marijuana patients and recreational cannabis users alike.

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Each pill is pre-portioned in specified dosages, taking all the guesswork out for consumers. Also, the capsules are easy to take and require minimal prep and clean up work.  Weed capsules come in a variety of THC doses, so it is important that they are not all created at equal potencies. There are so many advantages of taking capsules, which makes them an ideal choice for many medical marijuana patients and recreational cannabis users alike.

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MARIJUANA CONCENTRATES 101: WEED CAPSULES CANADA

 

An Introduction to Cannabis Capsules

THC pills are pretty much just cannabis oil placed into empty capsules. This allows for evenly distributed doses of medication. The biggest advantage of weed capsules is that there is no clean up necessary and taking it is very discreet. Just pop it into your mouth and be on your way.

Cannabis capsules are usually available in different forms. Some of them include full-spectrum, decarboxylated, and even strain-specific, like Cannabis Sativa capsules, etc. 

How do they work?

Cannabis is a unique plant with more than 120 different cannabinoids. THC is one of the most abundant of those ingredients. Once ingested orally through capsules, the stomach begins to absorb the compounds within the marijuana capsules.

Immediately your stomach absorbs them, your liver begins the process of metabolizing these compounds. At this point, the THC in your THC pills will become a compound known as 11-hydroxy-THC. It has a lengthier half-life and could also have a higher sedative effect than THC alone. 

An interesting thing about the liver is that it metabolizes different compounds in different rates for everybody. So, even if you and your friend take the same pill at the same time with the same dose, you might experience it differently. For you, it might be a little more intense or significantly so. The roles could just as easily be reversed. 

Effects of Weed Capsules: 

  • Benefits of Cannabis Capsules: Similar to regular marijuana, the effects of cannabis pills will depend on the weed strains used. Indica weed tends to result in more feelings of relaxation, euphoria and sedation.  Sativa weed tends to provide and more uplifting and stimulating high. Hybrid weed tends to provide a balance of both indica and sativa qualities. 
  • Medical Uses of Cannabis Capsules: THC pills can be taken anywhere, and in a discreet and timely fashion. This makes cannabis capsules a favorite for many medical cannabis patients. 

Some of the most common medical uses of cannabis oil in Canada include to treat symptoms of: Anxiety, Appetite Loss, Depression, Inflammation, Insomnia, Pain Relief, Stress

  • Negative Effects of Cannabis Capsules: Dry, red eyes and cottonmouth are common ailments associated with weed products. In addition, dizziness, nausea, headaches, high blood pressure, lethargy and paranoia are all possible side effects.  It is therefore imperative that cannabis pills are taken responsibly and is kept out of the reach of children.  

 

Different Types of Weed Capsules

In general, there are two types of cannabis pills: THC capsules and CBD pills. THC is the psychoactive compounds whereas CBD doesn’t get you high in the traditional sense. 

 

Best Ways to Take Cannabis Capsules

All that is needed is the pill, some water and nothing more! Just be sure to take it in moderation and be sure to keep it away from children and pets as it can be harmful to them.

 

Alternatives to Weed Capsules

If something stronger is the goal, other cannabis concentrates such as budder, shatter, live resin and distillate are great alternatives. The positive is that these marijuana products are generally much more potent, however it is required that you smoke them for the most part and is not as easy as taking a pill. 

If smoking isn’t your thing, then weed edibles could be an option. Similar to weed capsules and cannabis oils, marijuana edibles do not require any inhalation of any smoke. 

If you want something more traditional, then regular marijuana buds are the way to go. Nothing beats the classic way to take your medicine, so rolling up a nice fat joint is never a bad idea.

 

Best Place to Buy Cannabis Capsules in Canada?

At Weed Smart, we offer some of the most potent cannabis capsules on the market. And if you want other marijuana product as well, we got you covered! Come browse our wide selection of cannabis flowers, concentrates, edibles and start shopping smart, start shopping Weed Smart.

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