THC is one of the most well-known cannabis compounds, but many people don’t know how it affects the body. While this substance has not been proven to have any long-term effects, the high concentrations obtained from this isolated cannabinoid may surprise new users!
If you want to try THC, either for its health benefits or the pleasure you get, this article will help you avoid some common mistakes and improve your experience:
1. I don’t know the difference between THC and CBD
When you smoke medical or recreational marijuana, you experience the combined effects of CBD and THC. However, when each compound in cannabis was isolated and used individually, the results were different.
CBD is a cannabinoid with therapeutic and sedative properties. Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is a substance in marijuana that can make you feel “high” or intoxicated.
When these two compounds (CBD and THC) are taken together, CBD can reduce paranoia and intoxication caused by taking too much THC.
So, if you’re a cannabis product that contains THC, you need to be prepared for high levels. If you take THC alone, the high will be stronger because you won’t have the sedative effects of CBD to fight it.
2. An overdose of THC
When you eat some THC products (like food), it may take a while to feel the effects.
Unlike smoking while vaping or taking THC products, it can take 20 minutes to 2 hours for your body to metabolize THC before you can feel its full effects.
This trade-off between consumption and effectiveness has led many new users to use THC more than they need.
They may think that THC has no effect and will end up paying more to make up for it, but they just have to wait longer to experience an orgasm.
To avoid a single binge, you can start with a low dose of 5-10 mg of THC and wait a few hours before taking more.
3. Mix THC with alcohol
It may take some time for your body to process THC and allow you to feel the effects, so you may want to drink water while you wait for your orgasm to begin.
However, mixing alcohol with cannabis products can complicate the situation and increase intoxication. This can cause nausea and dizziness (also known as “spinning” or “spinning”). That’s not to say you shouldn’t indulge in food and alcohol, but you should wait until you’re well treated for both.
If you want to mix the two, remember this sentence
”Weed before drinking beer and you’ll be fine. Drink beer before grass and you’ll go crazy!”
4. Take THC on an empty stomach
You may be told not to drink on an empty stomach. The same goes for THC products. So fasting will enhance your experience.
Because the purpose of using THC is to experience the euphoric effect in a slowly accumulating experience, you don’t want to be hit too hard or too quickly by the results. THC is best taken after a meal.
5. Keep THC away from children and pets.
Many THC foods look like familiar candies, such as gummy bears and lollipops. Therefore, you must lock THC products in cabinets and boxes out of the reach of children and away from pets.
Edible marijuana had stronger and longer-lasting adverse effects in children under 12.
Babies are at high risk for complications related to THC ingestion due to size and weight. Because of the severity of the symptoms, most children who smoke marijuana must be taken to the hospital and hospitalized.
6. Consume unlabeled THC products
You should not take incorrectly labeled THC products, especially those offered by people you don’t know.
When the product is purchased from a legitimate source (such as a pharmacy), the label indicates quality control. They should show the strength and quantity of the item and include information on any ingredients that may cause an allergic reaction. Be sure to check the label before eating.
7. I don’t know how to deal with overconsumption
THC can have strong physical and psychological effects, so if you accidentally overindulge, it’s important to know how to deal with the experience.
First, remember that you will be fine in a few hours. Find a place where you feel safe to lie down. – If you can put it to sleep, you will feel rested and may wake up a little groggy.
If the impact is too much to handle, it’s best to have some CBD oil on hand.
As we mentioned before, CBD can counteract the intoxicating effects of THC, and the balance is high. A dose of CBD oil under your tongue can make you feel more relaxed for a few minutes (you may need to repeat the process until the high THC levels go away). If you don’t have CBD on hand, try to eat citrus fruits (including the pulp). Citrus has been shown to counteract the effects of cannabis, especially THC.
8. THC alone
If you haven’t used THC before, don’t try it alone. This intoxicating effect can be confusing and sometimes scary to first-time users, so trying it with someone you trust is essential, preferably someone who has used THC before.
It’s very helpful to try THC with experienced users because they can guide you through what you need to do and help you when you’re drunk or “green.” They can also guide you to avoid making bad decisions, such as drinking too much or driving under the influence.
9. It may be delicious to not have snacks on hand, but you don’t want to keep eating them just because you’re hungry and tasty. Since, as most people know, THC will give you a snack, you may want to eat whatever food you have on hand.
Prepare some snacks—the healthier you are, the better. Anything that requires prep, such as sliced fruit or vegetables, should be prepared ahead of time.
Some foods can be used to enhance or ease your orgasm.
Make sure you have enough water or non-alcoholic beverages on hand – THC can cause severe dry mouth!
When done right, taking THC can be a fun and enjoyable experience.