THC content varies widely among marijuana strains and products made from cannabis. How you use cannabis, the product type, and your tolerance will characterize your experience.
Surprisingly, raw cannabis contains very few components that “get people high.” It’s the addition of heat from burning, vaping, or cooking cannabis that activates the compounds.
Heating triggers a chemical process known as decarboxylation, which converts a chemical compound into THC. More than half of the THC may be lost during the process.
Here is a guide to better understand the THC content of your cannabis.