5 ways to avoid getting a nasty taste from cannabis plant
By the end of June, Washington state will have recorded more than 200 cases of severe poisoning from recreational marijuana.
The Washington Post has put together a list of the five most dangerous ways to consume cannabis.
Some of the more common ways are poisoning by ingesting cannabis flower, poisoning by inhaling cannabis vapor, ingestion by inhaled cannabis vapor or by ingestive ingestion by ingestives.
The first four are the most common and include the following: 1.
Breathing cannabis vapor into the eyes 2.
Intentionally ingesting or inhaling the smoke from cannabis flowers 3.
Intensively ingesting the smoke of cannabis flowers and by ingestion of cannabis vapors 4.
Intensified or prolonged use of cannabis as an inhaler 5.
Intensely inhaling or ingesting THC vapor with no control over inhalation 6.
Intensity of cannabis use (using cannabis as a joint, dab or a tablet) 7.
Exposure to the fumes of cannabis vapor 8.
Excessive consumption of cannabis products 9.
Exposure of patients to cannabis smoke 10.
Exposure in public places as well as at home or through other activities such as driving or riding a bike.
The second most common way is ingestion by inhalation, which is the ingestion of an aerosol containing cannabis smoke.
This is where the cannabis plant is sprayed with a mist of liquid or water.
The inhaler can be either water or air.
It is not uncommon to see inhalers in restaurants, bars and parks.
Other common ways of inhaling include ingestion by vapor or vapors.
Exhaling from a plant that has already been sprayed with liquid or a vaporizer is not recommended, because it may make it difficult to distinguish between the liquid and the vapor.
If someone does inhale the vapors of cannabis plants, it may cause an allergic reaction in the patient.
The vapor is inhaled and then inhaled again.
Symptoms can include burning, itching and runny nose, which can also be painful and require hospitalization.
Using cannabis in a car or in a public place The most common form of cannabis intoxication is when cannabis is used in a vehicle or public place.
This may be done by people driving, riding in a bike, using a vehicle to transport or being in public at a bar or nightclub.
The vehicle that has been used to inhale or consume cannabis can cause an inhalation reaction in a person with asthma or other respiratory conditions, or a car crash, because the vehicle can produce fumes that can irritate the eyes.
The vapors in a marijuana smoke can cause a person to experience a burning sensation in the eyes, which may require immediate hospitalization or a hospitalization-related hospitalization with breathing difficulties.4.
Using marijuana in a food or drink container 5.
Using a marijuana product that is not a concentrated extract or vaporizer 6.
Possession of cannabis with no label, packaging or information about its potency 7.
Using or ingestive intake of marijuana in combination with other illicit drugs or substances, including opioids, cocaine, methamphetamine, ecstasy, ketamine and ketamine-like substances, or cannabis-related products, including hashish or cocaine-like products, which contain high levels of THC.
The most commonly-used cannabis products are: 1) hashish-like cannabis; 2) cannabis-based products; and 3) cannabis products that contain hashish, hashish salts or hashish products.
The following are some of the most dangerous uses of marijuana: 1.)
Smoking marijuana or marijuana oil 2.)
Using marijuana to produce hashish 3.)
Using cannabis-derived products to produce cannabis products and inhaling those products into the lungs of a person who is using cannabis for medicinal purposes or for recreational purposes.
Exposing children to marijuana smoke, inhalation of marijuana smoke and ingestion of hashish and/or hashish powder, ketamines or ketamine salts, or hash oil.
Exposure from cannabis smoke and/ or vapor in public spaces or in public areas of a business.
The dangers of consuming marijuana are not limited to the workplace.
Ingestive ingestion is particularly dangerous, because many people who consume cannabis in public or in an enclosed space may become exposed to inhaled vapors or smoke.
The only way to reduce the risk of inhalation is to make sure that you are not exposing others to inhaling vapors and smoke.
Using edible cannabis products, such as edible cannabis cookies or marijuana candies, as a recreational product.
These products are edible, so you do not need to consume them, but they are still edible, and they can be inhaled.
It should be noted that the products have to be eaten.
These edible products are made with edible ingredients and are sold in vending machines, convenience stores, drug stores, grocery stores, gas stations, restaurants, coffee shops and other places where people consume edible cannabis or other edible products.