If you were not living under a rock for a while, you should already know about marijuana coffee, even if you are not fully aware of its benefits. You should also be aware of THC, which is one of the cannabinoids in the marijuana plant. Once the THC content gets into the brain,that is when it gives a psychoactive effect; no matter if you are smoking a joint or eating edibles or using tinctures. The THC from the plant reacts with the natural endocannabinoid system in the body to give that kind of effect. The THC is easy to attach to the cannabinoid receptors. It is in the cerebral cortex, the basal ganglia and the cerebellum that you find these same receptors. They are governed by the everyday processes such as coordination, pleasure, motor movements, thinking, memory and concentration. One of the reasons why the THC has an effect on these areas is because of its special molecular structure compared to CBD. The THC is bound to the neurotransmitter in the brain; imitating anandamide, which is the natural cannabinoid that is already in the body. Once the THC is firmly bound to the brain’s neurotransmitter, it could result in different side effects related to the sensory nerve. This would include changes to one’s alertness, fragmented thoughts, calmness, euphoria and lightheadedness.
The Combination Effect
When you combine marijuana coffee and THC, there is an increased level of euphoria and alertness. This is ideal for the mornings when you just want to go right back to sleep after a restless night. There are so many marijuana strains; however, it might be hard to decide which ones to use in your marijuana coffee. The answer to this is subjective thought, which means that it has to do with someone’s personal preference and taste. So, there is actually no definite answer to this question. Nine times out of ten, you will have to figure this out on your own. However, you should allow your decision to be based on the desired effect and the flavor.
The outcome of the final flavor will depend on the bud that is brewed with your marijuana coffee. For instance, if you were to add Cherry OG strain to the mixture, you would probably end up with marijuana coffee that has a cherry flavor. If you were to use Mint Girl Scout Cookies, you would get some kind of citrusy flavor in the final outcome. So, the verdict is that everything depends on the precise bud that you like for your marijuana coffee in the mornings. You should definitely stick with just one kind of coffee, though, even if you try different cannabis strains. In so doing, the potential combination will be pretty small.
The Desired Effects
If you want to get more energy and improve your creativity, it is recommended that you try a cup of marijuana coffee, but make sure you use a sativa strain such as Sour Diesel. If you want to be fully awake with a feeling of relaxation and have none of the jitters that come with drinking caffeine, then you should try the indica strain known as Skywalker. If you want to be both calm and creative, try the Kandy Kush or Fruity Pebbles hybrid strains.
If you brew your own marijuana coffee, it would involve some form of experimentation prior to getting it right. However, you can do it and so don’t hold back trying. When you do drink your marijuana coffee for the first time, you should expect to feel the impact right away as you would any regular cup of regular coffee. However, it will take an hour or more to feel the effects of the THC. Learn more about the benefits of marijuana coffee by visiting the Cannabis Training University.