When it comes to stoners and getting high, they go together like peas in a pod. Experiencing the great effects of marijuana, and more of them is always a great idea. So, how do you get a better high? Read on to find out.
Oftentimes, your body can build up a tolerance to marijuana. Whether it’s a certain strand or method of smoking, your body will eventually get used to it and this can diminish the high that you experience. Two factors to keep in mind are the way that you smoke, and what you smoke.
In order to get higher, it’s important to change up your routine every now and then. So, if you’re usually a pipe smoker, be willing to try a bong, a joint or a vaporizer instead. You may be surprised by how much of a difference you feel. You should also be aware of the type of marijuana you’re smoking. By switching between Indica, Sativa, and Hybrid strains regularly, you’ll avoid developing a tolerance to any one strain, enabling you to experience the best high every time.
This may seem like an extreme suggestion to some stoners, but oftentimes, taking a few days off from smoking can drastically increase the level of high that you can get from your weed. Because our bodies become conditioned over time and our tolerance increases to cannabis in general, it’s important to give our bodies a break every now and then and reset the endocannabinoid system. It’s important to keep in mind that this type of break, also known as a tolerance break, does not have to be longer than approximately 3-5 days to take full effect. Those few days can make all the difference.
To wrap things up, getting higher and experiencing a better high are definitely achievable goals. Simply identify the type of smoking routine you have been maintaining and be willing to switch it up. Using the tips above should help you to get the most out of your marijuana, so you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride.