Acute effects of smoked and vaporized cannabis
Spindle, Tory R., et al. "Acute effects of smoked and vaporized cannabis in healthy adults who infrequently use cannabis: a crossover trial." JAMA network open 1.7 (2018): e184841-e184841.
As the cannabis market expands, consumers face a wide variety of products with different methods of consumption such as vaporizing, smoking, edible formulations, etc., Thus, rigorous analyses of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics for each route of consumption are warranted to provide meaningful guidelines and warnings to consumers. This study compared the acute effects of smoked and vaporized cannabis among infrequent adult users. The results showed that vaporized cannabis elicit greater effects than smoked cannabis despite controlling for THC concentration.View This Research