Most people still prefer to get high the oldskool way, bongs and joints, for example). Weed edibles, which is the real oldskool way of consuming cannabis certainly made a booming comeback, especially popular for medical users.
Cannabis is more popular than ever, so companies are getting creative and coming up with increasingly unusual ways to get high.
While some of these unusual ways seem just silly, some are great for medical users to get symptom relief without hacking up a lung or getting stoned every time they need to medicate.
Here are some of the most unusual ways to consume cannabis:
That’s right, up your ass. It sounds ridiculous. But suppositories are actually one of the most effective ways to get the benefits of cannabis.
Because the important compounds in cannabis are extracted into a suppository and inserted into your rectum, it bypasses the stomach, skin, and other barriers that absorb the THC and CBD.
According to the founder of Back Door Medicine, Dr. Paula-Noël Macfie, when you take cannabis as a suppository, 80 percent of the medication is absorbed instead of through edibles (35 percent) or smoking (15 percent).
Cannabis lube, infused with both THC and CBD, designed to take the female sexual experience to the next level.
According to Foria, the company behind the original cannabis lubricant, the woman should spray it on their labia and clitoris up to 45 minutes before sex to really intensify the feelings.
Since the THC is applied topically, you won’t get high from it, but people have said that their sex does feel more intense.
A number of companies are breaking into the cannabis patch market, it’s less about getting high, and more about getting relief.
The patch has been around for more than a decade, and Mary’s Medicinals was one of the first companies to really take advantage of the opportunity. The cannabis patch operates similarly to a nicotine patch, offering a controlled dose throughout the day.
Woman all over the internet are singing the praises of cannabis tampons as a way to stop severe menstrual cramps.
According to a lot of woman, it works, and it does not get you high.
You ever had one of those Listerine strips? They were incredibly popular when it just came out. They are now available to get you high.
They’ve been expanding in popularity over the last few years as people have been looking for more discrete ways to consume cannabis.
There are a variety of companies that offer them in a number of different strengths and flavors, with different concentrations of THC and CBD depending on what you like.