Does Ingesting Marijuana Affect You Differently Than Smoking It?

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With more and more U.S. states legalizing marijuana, many businesses are offering the drug in all sorts of different forms that go way beyond the traditional smoking route. But if you take the drug differently, does it affect you differently? According to the video below, the answer is yes: ingesting marijuana in "edibles" produces a different effect than smoking it.

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