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Edibles on empty stomach

In the case of regular marijuana-infused food products such as brownies, cookies, candies, etc., the average onset time can range from thirty minutes to well over an hour, in some cases even taking as long as two hours to kick in. Inexperienced users many times make the mistake of assuming the edible did not work because it has been longer than what they were told at the dispensary and eat more, only to be hit a short time later with increased effects that last much longer.

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1906 edibles are made with mild THC dosage and rapid onset for a more controlled high.

Plus, when it comes to the question of how long do edibles take to kick in, the best dosage advice is to start low and go slow. Since the reaction is delayed, start with 5mg or 10mg, then work your way up as time passes. You can’t easily un-eat an edible, but you can always eat more. More advice: know thyself. Only through experimentation will you find the dosage that works best for you.
For most, edibles are still a great unknown. A few of the major questions that arise when it comes to edibles, aside from not knowing how long do edibles take to kick in, is not knowing the difference between edible effects and normal smoking or vaporizing effects, not knowing how long a high will last, and not knowing the dosage that works for them. While many edibles nowadays may come with a measurement on the label of how many milligrams of THC the product has, confusion still persists.
When it comes to feeling the actual effects of an edible after ingestion, results vary for everyone. While one may indulge in marijuana recreationally or medicinally on a daily or chronic basis through smoking or vaporizing, edibles act within the body – from ingestion to digestion – in a very different (and stronger) way.
Recreational and medical marijuana has come a long way since Colorado first legalized adult use in 2012. The saying “not your father’s weed” has become truer than ever, as new testing and growing methods have led to great advances in potency and knowledge of marijuana’s many effects. One such delivery method comes in the form of edibles, or marijuana-infused food products. The most frequently asked question: how long do edibles take to kick in?
Overall, the biggest factor when it comes to choosing an edible and figuring out how long edibles take to kick in is you. While researching certain products and asking your local budtenders about what others have experienced can be extremely beneficial, edibles affect everybody differently, and most anecdotes should be taken with a grain of salt.

We have long-surpassed the day of brick-weed brownies and random dosages that could do nothing to one person and completely level another. A new world of options has started to grow in its place. Bootleg brownies may still be one of the most popular edible options in places where prohibition still reigns, but in fully legalized states like Colorado you’ll find commercial candies, drinks, tinctures, and more for adults to test out themselves.

How long do edibles take to kick in? What is a normal dose? How long do the effects of edibles last? All your burning edibles questions, answered.

The best course of action would be to eat a snack about an hour before you eat your edible. That way your body doesn’t devour the edible just for fuel and it isn’t too high on lipid content from being full.

is an empty stomach gonna make it take longer to kick in or will it be quicker?
Anyone got any info on this?

That seems like misinformation on her part. Since your body has a limit on the uptake of lipids, if you have too much food in your system with the edible it could potentially diminish the high.
went to a dispensary for the first time and bought some edibles. Lady behind the counter told me it would be a waste of money if I ate them on an empty stomach because I need fatty food in my stomach for it to bind too. I’ve eaten home made edibles a bunch of times and never heard that, only that you need fat/butter in the cooking process to bind it to.
If the THC has already been decarboxylated, and it’s been made into an edible, than nothing else should matter. The thc is already bound to other fats and oils in the edible itself. In your liver, the chemical transforms for delta-9 thc to 11-hydroxy thc. The only difference an empty stomach would make, at this point, is how quickly the effects come on.
That’s what I thought. Kinda shitty going to a dispensary and them not knowing something kinda simple like that.
I was reading somewhere that the food eaten with edibles can affect the length and strength of the high.

Edit: the edibles worked

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