It should go without saying that everyone has wanted to get higher at one point or another. But don't worry, there are many ways to make your next smoking experience even more intense. Follow these pro tips below and you're guaranteed to have an excellent time!
- Smoke more! To experience a great high, you’re going to need a lot more cannabis than normal. This is because weed isn't the only thing that determines how high someone's high is. However, if you’re prone to paranoia, we don’t recommend smoking more weed to get higher. If you are a vet, feel free to smoke until your head is in the clouds.
- Take a short break. The easiest way to restart your tolerance is to take short breaks in between sessions. Taking a couple of hours off from your last smoke session will help you feel higher when you smoke next. If you want to go a step further, try smoking once or twice a day maximum. The less you smoke, the lower your tolerance. When you have a low tolerance to smoking weed, you get high easier.
- Eat some mangoes (before smoking). Recently, there has been a lot of talk about how eating mangos can greatly enhance the effects of smoking weed by increasing THC levels. If you decide to eat mangoes before a smoke session, you can expect a more intense experience.
- Try infusing your weed. Nothing will get you higher than a bowl of weed with some concentrates. If you really want to blast off, back a smoking pipe or bong with your favorite herb. Next, place a small dab of your favorite concentrates on top. You can use a torch lighter or a regular lighter to smoke up!
- Switch up strains. Sometimes smoking the same strain over and over can get boring. Switch up the strains you’re smoking, this will help you feel higher because different strains have different effects. Play around with THC percentages as well. Maybe all you need to get higher is a strain with high THC. Weed strains can have up to 36-38% of THC.
What Happens When You Get High?
When you smoke marijuana, the THC molecule binds to receptors in the brain and activates cells called cannabinoid receptors. The endocannabinoid system then produces two types of neurotransmitters called anandamide and 2-AG that activate the pleasure centers of the brain. This is what creates the well-known sense of euphoria.
How to Calm Down From Smoking Too Much Weed
It's not uncommon to feel anxious or even scared when you smoke too much weed. It's important to remember that these feelings are temporary and will go away after a while. The best way to calm down is by taking deep breaths and drinking some water. If you're with someone else, it might be a good idea to stay with them until your symptoms start going away.
How Long Does Weed Stay In Your System?
Weed can stay in your system for up to 3 months. THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) is the main psychoactive compound found in cannabis and can be detected by a drug test as long as it's been in your system. If you get high and work outside the law, it's always best to be safe than sorry. Never operate a vehicle or heavy machinery while stoned.
Can You Overdose on Weed?
You can’t overdose on weed. There are no confirmed cases of someone overdosing on weed. It’s not possible to overdose on weed no matter what method of consumption you prefer. Weed is extremely safe to smoke as long as you don’t experience any adverse or life-threatening effects. There’s a reason cannabis remains one of the safest drugs out there.
In fact, it's been legal to use in 29 states for medicinal purposes and in 8 states for recreational purposes. With marijuana still being federally illegal, many people believe that it is actually more dangerous than alcohol or tobacco. But the truth is cannabis has been proven to be less addictive than either of them, as well as less likely to cause death due to overdose. Marijuana has been used as a treatment for many ailments, such as chronic pain and glaucoma.
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