Missouri Medical Marijuana Edibles. Here’s how to use them.

Edibles manufacturers in Missouri are now churning out marijuana-infused chocolate bars, bonbons, beverages, and gummies for distribution at local dispensaries. Initially, the only product available for purchase was cannabis flower, cannabis concentrates, and marijuana edibles remained on the illicit list. However, in late December 2020, Missouri dispensaries were finally given the green light to sell medical marijuana edibles.

Edibles, if taken responsibly offer a safe, discreet, and convenient way to ingest marijuana. Edible marijuana products are considered to be the most potent, long-lasting, non-invasive form of cannabis consumption.

However, edibles take considerably longer to take full effect than smoked or vaped cannabis flower. Moreover, smoking is not an option for all patients, especially those with lung problems of high blood pressure. Edibles are an excellent option for Missouri Marijuana Card Patients with heart and respiratory issues.

What Medical Conditions Are Commonly Treated With Marijuana Edibles?

Marijuana edibles are ideal for conditions of the stomach, small intestine, and colon. Cannabinoids absorbed into the bloodstream may alleviate symptoms of not only gastrointestinal disorders but other medical issues such as chronic pain, insomnia, anxiety, depression, seizure disorders, neurodegenerative disorders, inflammation, and many other conditions….

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Who Wants To Go On Vacation To Florida And Be MISERABLE?

Amy and Mark Anderson and their two kids are coming to Florida for a nice, expensive, Disneyworld vacation and to spend some quality time at the nation’s best beaches. Back home in Ohio, Amy is a cardholding medical marijuana patient who uses cannabis to relieve chronic pain from an old injury, as well as having mild Chron’s Disease, and Mark, who suffers from PTSD generally carries a cannabis-infused vape pen for anxiety relief, also has his medical card. By using medical marijuana, both have been able to lead happier lives, raising their kids in todays world while getting off some of the drugs prescribed by doctors. 

The fact of the matter is, if they want to enjoy their Florida vacation, they’re going to have to either smuggle in their cannabis and risk ending up in prison or they’ll have to carry an array of pharmaceuticals to deal with their medical issues. Some of those drugs are toxic and come with side effects that could make it difficult to be a normal family.

It’s highly likely that this family — or any medical marijuana patient — will have to seriously think twice about coming here on vacation.

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