How Kanha Hybrid Blue Raspberry Gummies 100mg affects you depends on:
- how much you use
- how often and how long you’ve used it
- whether you smoke, vape or eat it
- your mood, your expectations and the environment you’re in
- your age
- whether you have certain pre-existing medical or psychiatric conditions
- whether you’ve taken any alcohol or other drugs (illegal, prescription, over-the-counter or herbal).
People can have very different experiences with cannabis. Some may feel relaxed, lively, talkative, giggly and even euphoric, while others feel tense, anxious, fearful and confused. The kind of experience you may have can vary from one drug-taking episode to another, usually because of the amount taken, the method used and the frequency of regular cannabis use.
Cannabinoids are drugs that share active agents found in Cannabis (Marijuana) or were synthetically developed from those drugs. They are increasingly becoming legal, holding a potential problem for a rise in addiction for all ages. Cannabinoids are compounds that make up the plants hemp and Marijuana. Cannabinoids derived from the Marijuana plant contain tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) which provides the popular “high” both felt as a “body high” or as a “head high” depending on the strand from which the drug came. It produces feelings of euphoria and relaxation as well as temporary lack of memory and attention. Cannabinoids from hemp plants are mainly Cannabidiol (CBD). CBD has been studied for its therapeutic effects on the body, which does not produce the known high as THC does.