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Factors that Affect Your Weed High

We’ve all been there. Trying to get high as a kite with our pals and then turned out one of us got higher than the others. You may be that person who got incredibly higher while the others continued to puff their joints. It’s no secret that cannabis has different effects on people. The intensity, effects, and delivery method are all personal preferences from one user to the next.

Your budtenders could help you which strain works best for your tolerance but you still need to bear in mind the different factors that affect the cannabis effects into your body.

The delivery method affects the duration of cannabis to kick into your body and how long the effects will last. Consider the following:

Smoking or vaping
The effects of smoking or vaping happen within 2 to 10 minutes because the cannabis enters your bloodstream through your lungs within minutes of inhaling it. The effects hit around 10 minutes after consumption and last 1 to 3 hours. However, the effects can last up to 8 hours.

Eating
Edibles take a while to kick in within 30 to 60 minutes. The effects can last as long as 2 hours. The digestive system takes a while to metabolize cannabis. When you take edibles, you usually peak around 2 hours. The cannabis effects can last up to 24 hours.

Dabbing
Dabbing is the process of heating a concentrated cannabis dose using a special pipe and then inhaling the vapor. Dabs have a higher THC content than other forms of cannabis which means the kick gets in more quickly. Just like smoking, dabbing effects take place within an hour to three. If you are into high THC concentrate, you could feel the effects for a day.
How long the effects last can vary greatly depending on the dose and potency. The more you use and the higher the THC content, the longer the effects will stick around. The effects of cannabis vary greatly on the potency and dose. The higher the THC content, the effects will become longer.

Cannabis affects everyone differently. Your high might last for a couple of hours but the aftereffects could last a day. Besides the method of delivery, here are the factors that affect the cannabis high:

Dosage

Dosing can be tricky especially when you are taking a new strain. The right dose can help you achieve your desired effect without any adverse side effects. Too little dosage will feel like nothing at all while too high can result in unexpected side effects such as nausea or paranoia. Whatever the delivery method you are trying, make sure to start a low dose and gradually increase your dosage until you achieve your desired high.
The method of delivery can affect your cannabis dose. However, edibles are crucial to ingest especially homemade edibles. Each bite has a different amount of pot. Compared to smoking weed, you can physically see the amount of cannabis you’ll consume. Store-brought cannabis will typically include its ingredients in its packaging and indicate the THC and CBD amounts. This will give a clear idea of the amount of cannabis you are consuming. Take note that your high is also dependent on the amount of THC in the product. The greater the THC content, the higher you become.

Age
Try as hard to deny it, your age plays a great part in your marijuana tolerance. You might have had enjoyed marijuana back when you were young. As people age, the body goes through changes. The body’s chemical composition can affect how you tolerate cannabis. You may get higher and have more unappealing side effects. You can enjoy your doja and enjoy your high by smoking weeds with lower levels of THC strains.

Tolerance
The tolerance level refers to how much pot you can take before your feel the high. No two people are alike so your tolerance is different compared to your friend’s. Your tolerance is affected by your comfort in getting high. You may be enjoying the rollercoaster weed high while your friend may be greening out in the corner. If you are trying a new strain, start with a low dosage and check how the strain affects your mind. Once you feel comfortable with the high, you can increase your dosage.

Environment
Surprisingly, the mood and setting affect your cannabis experience. You may experience a different high when you are at home than when you’re hitting a blunt anxiously in a crowded place. Find out which environment you are most comfortable in to get the best high. Don’t forget to consider the people to get high with for maximum experience.

Managing the high
Weed can trigger unpleasant side effects including anxiety and paranoia. Having a high usually lasts between 1 to 6 hours depending on these factors mentioned above. If you are feeling a little too high, you can reduce the effects by taking a nap. Sleeping can help you come down from the high, allowing your body to relax. You can also take whole black peppercorn or sniff it to facilitate the sedative effects of THC.

Getting High
Some people complain about not getting high enough as they are already seasoned and have a high tolerance. You could get higher by mixing the strains or increasing your dosage. If you wish for a longer-lasting high, you can try ingesting edibles. You can also get higher by switching your delivery method. A great way to beat your tolerance is to take a break from smoking.

 

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