You've optimised your circumstances for intensifying that high and it's still not happening for you. You should start to consider why you're chasing the high. Cannabis can enhance our lives in many ways, but it won't resolve a deep-seated emotional issue.
Be honest with yourself about your consumption levels. If you have been over-indulging, maybe over-exposure to cannabis is creating diminishing returns. It is okay to decide to take a tolerance break from cannabis. See if you can last a month, or several, without any cannabis. The longer you leave it, the stronger your next high will hit you. It is estimated that a month is needed for cannabinoids to completely leave your system. If a tolerance break sounds unpleasant, you can find supports to get you through it. If there's still a responsible place for it in your life, get back in and feel a more powerful high than before. Smoked a strain that was way more potent than you expected?
Maybe the pot took longer to kick in and you’ve got stuff to do. There are things you can do to cut the buzz so you come down faster. We’ve rounded up some of the more popular strategies for coming down. If one doesn’t seem to work, don’t hesitate to try another. These aren’t an exact science, and reactions can vary from person to person. This is easier said than done when you’ve overindulged. Find a quiet place to sit or lie back and try to relax. Breathing exercises or listening to music can help you chill. If you do decide to go for some music, consider something you know all the words to, and sing along. This can help you stay grounded in the present moment. Eventually, the buzz will fade to a feeling of relaxation or even drowsiness. It seems counterintuitive, but according to Leafly, people use CBD to counteract the effects of too much THC. Like THC, CBD is a type of cannabinoid found in cannabis. But unlike THC, which causes the high, CBD interacts with different receptors in your brain. Researchers don’t know exactly how yet, but several animal and human studies have shown benefits of CBD for different forms of anxiety. Drinking water before, during, and after any kind of drug use is always a good approach. It can be particularly helpful when it comes to marijuana, which tends to leave you with dry mouth. It’s also an easy activity that gives you something to focus on. According to the internet and Neil Young, a taste or whiff or two of black pepper helps combat the paranoia and anxiety that a major high can bring on. Just grab a container of black pepper and sniff, being sure not to inhale it. You can also pop two or three whole peppercorns in your mouth and chew on them. It sounds too good to be true, but there’s actually some science behind it. Caryophyllene, a compound in peppercorn, is a potent selective CB2 antagonist. It increases the sedating effects of THC, which could calm you down. my girlfriend and i are going to do shrooms together for the first time. We're looking for ideas of fun things to do while we're tripping.
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