Currently, many misdeclared and stretched cannabis products are in circulation. Therefore, use cannabis drug checking if possible and follow the safer use instructions for synthetic cannabinoids.
When using new cannabis products for the first time, try a small amount first to see if you notice any suspicious effects (e.g. rapid onset of effects, unusually strong effects, etc.).
Cannabis products temporarily affect the ability to remember and concentrate. Consumption at work and at school is therefore not advisable.
When smoking, make sure you use good filtering methods (activated carbon filters) or use a vaporizer.
Since cannabis products are used mixed with tobacco, there is also a tobacco addiction with daily use. There are some tobacco substitutes such as damiana or coltsfoot that you can use instead of tobacco.
Eating or drinking cannabis products is easy on the lungs, but the effects are stronger and more unpredictable than smoking. The risk of very high and highly psychoactive doses is high. Carefully approach the right dose, don't add more right away!
Since the brain is developing until the age of 25, you should not use regularly until that age. You are more likely to be exposed to side effects and long-term risks from cannabis use.
Do not consume if you are not well, latent psychoses could be triggered.
In the case of mental illness, cannabis can aggravate the course of the disease or lead to relapses.
Cannabis use should be avoided in cases of lung disease and existing heart conditions or heart disease.