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Cannabinoid Absorption Onset & Duration

InhaleEatOromucosalTopical
OnsetSeconds – minutes0.5 – 1.5 hours3 – 30 minutesVariable
DurationUp to 5 hoursUp to 12 hoursUp to 12 hoursVariable
FormSmoking, vaporizingEdibles, pill formOnly local effects
ProsQuick onset, works great for nausea / painLess smell, concenient & discreetRapid but not immediete onsetVariable
ConsPrice, lung healthDelayed onsetSpotty availablity, bad tasteOnly local effects
Best forAccute or episodic symptomsChronic disease / symptomsAccute symptomsLocalized symptoms
Health Canada Consumer Information – Cannabis June 2019 | MacCallum CA, Russo EB, Eur J Int Med 2018;49:12 | Medical Cannabis & The Unmet needs in Chronic Pain in Canada

Cannabis Absorption Comparison Chart

As per the Cannabis Act we cannot recommend anything cannabis for any medical benefit or use. So, this chart is solely for entertainment purposes. All of the information given below has been put into this chart based on licensed healthcare professionals and Health Canada. Please see the sources below for more information.

Feel free to use this chart as a print out in your dispensary, bong shop, clinic or wherever it can find value or readers.

Health Canada Consumer Information – Cannabis June 2019 | MacCallum CA, Russo EB, Eur J Int Med 2018;49:12 | Medical Cannabis & The Unmet needs in Chronic Pain in Canada

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