Getting high is a skill and an experience, not just something you do with cannabis. You can have fun just getting started, but the more skill you have in attaining that perfect level of high, the more fun you will have.
Everyone has an ideal level. Some people have the appropriate level for each activity and phase of their day. Bathing in the tub? Being stoned to the gills could be ideal. However, if you're using sativa to concentrate on an art project, you might want that perfect maintain. And if you're just catching a puff to de-stress before getting back to work, you might need to keep a tight grip on your high.
How do you keep your cannabis high under control? While there is no antigen, it is simpler than you might think to get more or less high depending on your preferences and schedule.
Today, we'll go over some pro tips for controlling your high, maintaining it, and dealing with situations where you accidentally get much higher than you intended.
There are several methods for controlling the intensity of a cannabis high. Here are ten ways to keep your cannabis/weed high under control:
1. Begin with a low dose: Start with a small amount of cannabis and wait at least an hour before increasing your intake. This will allow you to assess the effects and calculate how much more you need to consume to achieve the desired level of high.
2. Try a new method of consumption: Smoking or vaporising cannabis produces a more intense and immediate high than eating edibles. If the high is too intense for you, try consuming cannabis as an edible or tincture for a more gradual and controllable high.
3. Choose a strain with a lower THC content: THC is the primary psychoactive compound in cannabis that causes the high. Higher levels of CBD, the non-psychoactive compound, in strains can still provide medicinal benefits without the intense high.
4. Use mindfulness techniques such as deep breathing, meditation, and yoga to help you focus on the present moment and manage any negative feelings or thoughts that may arise during the high.
5. Stay hydrated and eat a nutritious diet: Cannabis can dehydrate the body and cause dry mouth. Consuming water and eating a nutritious meal can help to counteract these effects and keep you feeling balanced.
6. Create a relaxing environment: Surround yourself with items that make you feel at ease and relaxed. Soft lighting, comfortable furniture, and soothing music can all be included.
7. Limit your intake of alcohol and caffeine: Both alcohol and caffeine can amplify the effects of cannabis, increasing feelings of anxiety and paranoia.
8. Take a break or stop using: If you find that the high is too intense or uncomfortable, take a break and do something else. If you continue to feel uneasy, discontinue your use of cannabis.
9. Take CBD supplements: CBD is a non-psychoactive component of the hemp plant that can help to balance the effects of THC and reduce anxiety or paranoia.
10. Find a strain that works for you: Because different cannabis strains have different effects, it may take some trial and error to find the one that works best for you.
It is critical to remember that everyone's body and brain respond differently to cannabis, and what works for one person may not work for another. It is also critical to be aware of any legal and personal consequences of cannabis use.