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What I Think About Edibles: A comical encounter
When I first wanted to discover more about weed I took the vile pot brownie. An alien with good intentions informed me of the impact of this product. Therefore, I only took a little piece. Nonetheless this product did not affect me, and I didn’t bother eating some more that evening. It occurred to me that maybe the brownie was not a pot brownie but a regular one or I was insusceptible to cannabis.
A few of months later, in an attempt to learn more about marijuana, I tried my second edible with the same thoughts in mind thinking that was It wouldn’t affect me. Everyone would be high, but I would be the odd one out. However that was not the case I was stoned out of my mind and thus, began my love for edibles.
Honestly I was terrified of smoking, so I preferred food which felt safer and healthier though it’s ironic to think of cookies as healthy given the amount of sugar they contain. I spent the following months trying to discover more about the edibles. Having my senses altered by this product was delightful.
My husband and I did an edible together when we began dating. I can clearly recall the chocolate bar wrapping and its taste on my tongue. The night preceding that day we had each only a tiny piece of the chocolate. Thus, we only felt a mild effect. The following afternoon we took some more and went for a walk.
We were stoned out of our minds, beyond what we had previously experienced. We were high for about fourteen hours. The feeling was exhilarating, it was like we were connected to nature. After the nature walk we watched a Harry Potter Movie and ended up shedding tears when we learned more about how all the characters had been traumatized by some horrific experiences at a tender age of eleven years.
Given the seemingly unending high we were in fourteen hours felt like fourteen days in which we were locked within our minds and bodies. We had mixed up feelings, we felt separated and connected, terrified and at the same time excited, out of control but also had a sense of control. That half of a day was like an entire lifetime.
That particular day will forever be in my mind. The day was among the last times we ate edibles. With time I started smoking and got used to it. I became fascinated by the culture of growing, storing and maintaining marijuana. They say that when weed is stored well, it will last for a longer time. I say marijuana has the longest lifespan when taken in a brownie.
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