Originally Posted by thrillhouse6146
lowers your blood sugar.
raising your blood sugar increases the metabolites so your system works out the over saturation of thc
Yes, please provide a source for both of these claims.
Raising your blood sugar increases the metabolites of what? are you trying to say that it increases digestive enzymes? Also, what does "over-saturation" mean? Are you trying to say that all CB receptors are occupied (saturated) and that there is excess THC in the blood? or are you referring to depot-binding (i.e. albumin...etc.)?
Also, as noted above, the abundance and effective qualities of the bhang preparation of cannabis
would support the idea that milk does not diminish the effects of cannabis, but rather allows an increase in ease in terms of crossing membranes. This is for oral consumption
though, which is a different story.
inhalation is a rapid process, rivaling the speed of the fast parental routes (IV/IP). Blood from the lungs goes directly to the brain without passing through the liver, or any other sites of first-pass metabolism. By the time the user has finished smoking, the vast majority of the active ingredients have already reached their destinations (in this case, CB receptors) and unless the food they are consuming contains some competitive CB antagonists, it will have no effect on the cannabinoid activity.