|Onset||Seconds – minutes||0.5 – 1.5 hours||3 – 30 minutes||Variable|
|Duration||Up to 5 hours||Up to 12 hours||Up to 12 hours||Variable|
|Form||Smoking, vaporizing||Edibles, pill form||–||Only local effects|
|Pros||Quick onset, works great for nausea / pain||Less smell, concenient & discreet||Rapid but not immediete onset||Variable|
|Cons||Price, lung health||Delayed onset||Spotty availablity, bad taste||Only local effects|
|Best for||Accute or episodic symptoms||Chronic disease / symptoms||Accute symptoms||Localized symptoms|
Cannabis Absorption Comparison Chart
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