Types of Modern Marijuana & How To Use Them | PinkJoint

Marijuana is a hallucinogenic substance. It is used more than simply smoking. From incredible medical benefits to high buzz recreational high, the product has been thrust into public consciousness due to legalization.

Marijuana does not refer only to flowers, seeds and stems of plants. From about 1200 slang names for marijuana, some of them are pot, herb, weed, grass, boom, Mary Jane, gangster or chronic. With the legalization of marijuana for medical and recreational purposes, there are some other types of products that are formed like vape pens, bubblers, joints, spliffs and cigars.

Our in-depth guide to modern marijuana would give you knowledge a little more, what kind of products you can buy and how to use them.

1. Marijuana Flower

A general term is referred to as smokable, weed, bud, ganja, cannabis or marijuana, is the preferable choice for weed buyers. It comes in the form of loose plant material extracted from the marijuana plant. There are tons of strains of Marijuana flower; each has its distinct appearance, scent and effects.

Indica strains are strains extracted from cannabis Indica plants. Short, bushy and grown relatively quick, they are known for relaxing and body-focused high from Indica strains.

Sativa strains are extracted from cannabis Sativa plants. Longer, narrower compared to Indica plants, they are known for energizing and uplifting high with marked mental effects. They are known for creativity, elevate mood, heighten your sense and make you social and talkative animal.

Hybrid Strains contain both Indica and Sativa genetics and have properties of both types of plants. These strains can be Indica-dominant, Sativa dominant or have a balanced / mix of Indica and Sativa genetics.

Marijuana flower is used by rolling it in a joint and smoking it. Some users prefer to Vaporize Marijuana flowers, while others use products made from the extraction of cannabinoids from the flower.

2. Marijuana Concentrates

Concentrates are one level higher from the flower. They are made by the extraction of the most potent parts of Marijuana flower to create a highly-potent extract. The flower contains about 15 to 25% THC while some can be an incredibly high level of 60% to 90% or more.

Some common examples of concentrates – Shatter, rosin, live resin, budder, hash, wax, distillates, vaporizer, dab pen or dab rig.

3. Marijuana Edibles

Users prefer this method as it’s hard-hitting and enjoyable. The edible marijuana products can be cooked into or infused into cookies, cakes, gummy bears and chocolate bars. Marijuana oil is added to all beverages, sodas and energy drinks to teas and elixirs.

4. Sprays and Tinctures

There are flavoured marijuana sprays that can be sprayed directly under your quick high or sprayed on joints and blunts. The tinctures are a solution of alcohol and used under your tongue for fast action and intense high.

5. Marijuana Hashish

People who do not wish to deal with scatter and mess, the hashish are the right option. It is considered a powerful version and marijuana, and when smoked, it produces the smell.

6. Marijuana Vapes

Vaporizers and vape pens release cannabinoids without producing smokes, so you get smooth, inhalable vapour. It is a safer and healthier version compared to smoking cannabis without inhaling or burning chemicals or toxins.

7. Marijuana Topicals

The products are used as creams, lotions, balms, sprays and gels that have been infused with cannabinoids. Instead of consuming it orally or inhaling it, simply directly apply on skin. These topicals don’t get you high, since they penetrate the skin without reaching the bloodstream.


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