In most cases, if you are smoking weed, officially known as marijuana, you really don’t want to get rid of your high. In fact, those who have been smoking marijuana long term will often smoke another joint to maintain their high for as long as possible. However, there are some instances when you might want to get rid of the high after smoking weed.
Reasons Why You Might Want to Get Rid of the High after Smoking Weed
Should you want to get rid of your high shortly after smoking weed, the chances are good that it is due to the fact that something has come up that requires your full mental power. Perhaps a loved one has become ill, or you get called into work. You may be seeing red and blue lights behind your vehicle. There are as many reasons why you might want to get rid of the high as there are reasons that you might want to maintain it.
Regardless of the reasons why you want to get rid of your high, there is really very little that you can do about the high. You can try to disguise it with eye drops for red eyes. You might even try an energy drink that has the opposite effect of marijuana – although this is dangerous. For most people, the issue isn’t that they want to get rid of the high when they are smoking marijuana. Instead, they want to get rid of the ‘hangover’ the next day.
Dealing with the Weed Hangover after Smoking Weed
The hangover that you experience from smoking weed comes from one of two places. Either you don’t have a very high tolerance to the drug, or the quality of the drug is either too high or too limited for you. This type of hangover isn’t quite like a hangover that you experience from drinking alcohol. Instead, you still feel kind of ‘spaced’ and you feel that everything is moving slowly. It’s much like an extremely scaled down version of the actual marijuana high.
The Only Real Way to Get Rid of the High after Smoking Weed
You will hear lots of stories and remedies to get rid of your marijuana high, but unfortunately, most of them will not work. The only true way to get rid of the high is to allow enough time to pass by. Unfortunately, we really don’t have any measures that tell us how many hours it takes to get past the high and feel normal again, like we do with alcohol. The amount of time that it takes will depend on how much weed you have smoked, the strength of the marijuana, and your tolerance to the drug.
March 28th, 2010
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