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Not getting high smoking marijuana?

Smoking weed and not getting stoned

A number of people have emailed me asking how come they can’t, or don’t, get high on smoking marijuana anymore?

Scenario:

But now, instead of getting that nice refreshing and tasty high that you have become accustomed to, there seems to be nothing. No effect at all – You know the weed is good, you see your friends still get stoned. So what’s wrong with me?

Far be it from me to tell you that you party too much and are smoking too much weed, but that is exactly what I am going to tell you. That’s right, you are getting high way to often and now your body has all but built up a temporary immunity to the THC levels due to your over consumption.

But wait, I have the solution!

I call it my 420 Prescription for better health and better highs. You will discover once you implement it that it can work for you too. We could call it “Partying 101” and it’s not really a secret, it’s just not thought about.

So how can I do it Woodstuck? “I don’t want to miss those all important weekends where I look forward to getting stoned with my friends”

Here it is, plain and simple. 4 days OFF and 20 days ON. That’s it, and you don’t miss weekends either.

Take 4 days (yes, in a row) and DO NOT GET HIGH. That’s right, don’t get high or buzzed or stoned. don’t touch marijuana for four days in a row. You have the self control, JUST DO IT.

This allows the THC levels to virtually leave your system (not from a blood test standpoint, but from a withdrawal standpoint). If you follow this simple 4/20 rule you will find yourself right back in the day when you tasted every hit, and man was it good! Maybe you need a better reward? Then order a new vaporizer or bong and don’t smoke anything until it arrives (and I don’t mean shipping it Next Day Service either – LMAO).

If you are using marijuana daily for medicinal purposes and need your medications, then I would suggest changing your method of use. In other words, if you smoke it all the time – then try baking with it and eating your THC brownies for those four days. it will still improve the effectiveness when you return to your old ways.

This works, trust me. but you have to stay true to removing yourself from the drug for 4 days – You can do it – I do it all the time. And you will once again enjoy the taste, flavor and effects of your most effective medications.

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First Time Smoking Weed: Why Didn’t I Get High?

Tuesday August 13, 2019

E ver have that friend that says they just can’t get high? Maybe you were that person that couldn’t get stoned their first time. Or, if you’re like me, you got so high your first time that it is difficult to comprehend how someone can’t get high off cannabis. For anyone frustrated or confused by this early-stage consumption phenomenon, consider the points below. They may apply to you or someone you know.

Your Body May Not Allow You to Get High Initially

Keep in mind that cannabis affects everyone differently and the high a person experiences can and likely will vary by person. Factors can include a person’s height, weight and metabolism. Think about how a larger-sized person probably needs to consume more alcohol to feel drunk or ingest more food to feel full. The physical makeup of a person will often be the culprit if physical limitations are what’s holding them back from experiencing THC. In other cases, however, additional internal factors can alter one’s experience. This includes any issues relating to a person’s hormones as well as their serotonin and dopamine levels.

In 2014, a study pointed towards the naturally producing hormone pregnenolone as a counter effect to THC. In the report, it states that the hormone “can protect the brain from cannabis intoxication.” If the person continues to not feel the effects of THC consumption after a few times, they may want to consider visiting a physician for further answers.

You May Be Consuming Cannabis Wrong

If a person doesn’t get high the first time, those around them may suggest that they try a different approach to smoking. One of the more common mistakes new consumers make is treating cannabis like cigarettes. While they may appear similar, their consumption methods are rather different. Namely, nicotine is held in the mouth by the user. Whereas with cannabis, it is recommended that the person inhale the smoke right into their body without holding it in their mouth.

Also, consider how the cannabis is being consumed. If the person doesn’t feel the effects of the smoke in a few minutes, then the person may need to explore some of the other reasons on this list. However, with edibles, vaping and other methods of consumption, it is best to keep in mind that the onset effects vary, sometimes taking around two hours to kick in. This is especially true with edibles. Don’t be like comedian Jason Mantzoukas and his first time getting high using cannabutter (see video above).

You May Have Bad Weed

Not all cannabis is created equal. Today’s crops of cannabis are more likely to range in the teens to mid-30s when it comes to THC potency. This sharp increase in marijuana potency should ensure that every person gets high every time, right? In theory, yes. But several factors may have made that seemingly fire strain rather extinguished by the time you light it up. Starting with the producer, they could have a contaminated crop. That means anything from a leaky roof allowing rainwater onto the plant to miscategorized flower all potentially ruining a high.

Even if a person receives high-quality flower, that does not mean the strain will retain its quality over time. If left exposed to the elements, cannabis can degrade and deteriorate. As such, it is essential to store flower in a cool, dark container that does not allow air into the packaging.

A reliable storage method won’t protect flower forever, either. Just like everything other than honey, cannabis has an expiration date. Once that date passes or is exposed to enough UV light, the THC and THCA in the plant can convert to other cannabinoids, namely CBN and CBNA. While these cannabinoids won’t harm a person, they may have them experiencing different effects than expected. This could potentially result in a person thinking they aren’t high.

You May Need to Smoke More

The “start low, go slow” method is a wonderful concept in cannabis. Basically, begin with a low dosage of marijuana, whether smoking, eating or what have you, wait 30 minutes to an hour to gauge the effects. If a person isn’t feeling the high the first time around, then a second round may be in order. If so, they can take an equal or slightly larger hit and gauge how it affects them. No need to go overboard if the first time didn’t do the trick. Continue at the same levels of consumption, or incrementally up the levels being consumed. No need to go all in if the first round doesn’t produce the ideal results.

You May Have CBD Flower

It’s highly doubtful this is the case, but smoking CBD flower definitely won’t lead to anyone getting high for the first time. Sure, they’ll likely feel some effects, but not like THC can provide. If a person says they are looking to get high and they have Charlotte’s Web or ACDC, then you may need to give them a small bit of difficult news. Conversely, in states where cannabis is still illegal, black market dealers have been known to “cut” cannabis flower with CBD flower in an effort to make extra profits.

Keep in mind that cannabis exploration should be fun. Save for a physical limitation, in due time a person is almost assured to find what dosage and method of consumption is the best way for them to get high. Safe consumption is always advised as well. Be sure to use extra caution if you find yourself unable to get high right away. Don’t get frustrated and overdo it. Keep on exploring and slowly scaling up if need be. The high will come, and when it does it will be that much more worthwhile.

Did you get high your first time consuming cannabis? Share your experiences in the comments below!

Cannabis affects everyone differently and the high a person experiences can and likely will vary by person. Many people claim they cant get stoned the first time smoking. Click hear to better comprehend this early-stage consumption phenomenon.