Dr. Jordan Tishler, a Harvard-educated physician as well as president and chief executive officer of the Association of Cannabis Specialists, said that the Johns Hopkins study confirms what he and other cannabis advocates have been saying for years.
On a puff-for-puff or gram-for-gram basis, vaporizing leads to more intoxication, but that’s not how the study’s findings should be interpreted.
“With more efficient systems, you simply need or should take less,” Tishler told Healthline. “This ultimately leads to fewer trips to the dispensary for the patient and less money spent on cannabis.”
And, for those who don’t use too much or too often — or those trying it for the first time — there are some unwanted potential side effects.
Cannabis, like any other substance that alters your state of consciousness, is not entirely safe or right for everyone.
But part of it starts with