If you’re like me, you’ll be asking yourself how to come down from your high when you’ve taken one too many hits (or just too large of one hit will sometimes have the same effect for me). The best and most important advice I can give you about the fastest way to come off of weed is to not panic. The strong effects of smoking cannabis usually subsides rather quickly, so there’s no need to have a panic attack. Give yourself some time to calm down before you freak out and start googling all the ways on how to stop being high from weed.
In the US, twenty-eight states have legalized medical marijuana and eight states have now legalized recreational marijuana for adult use.
If you’re a patient of Universal Collective, you may have heard about our state’s own legalization efforts backed by a bill called Prop 64 (California, 2016). Have you looked for information, but couldn’t find anything conclusive about when Prop 64 would go take effect? We’re happy to let you know that Proposition 64 results have come out, and because of the voters’ will, you are now able to smoke marijuana and possess up to an ounce in this state.
One of the interesting pieces you can smoke marijuana out of is an asymmetrical porcelain pipe, which has taken social media by storm this year. The geometric shape of these pipes bring a modern edge to traditional smoking instruments, so not only can you enjoy your cannabis out of it, you can look at something cool while smoking too! (Pictured in this post is the hand cast, USA made porcelain pipe by Stonedware Company.)
An abundance of information is bubbling forth on the incredible uses of the non-psychoactive cannabinoid in cannabis, CBD. Many patients seek it out for its anti-inflammatory, anti-convulsive, antioxidant, and neuro-protective properties. It targets the source of chronic pain by reducing negative reactions in your body.
As cannabis users gravitate towards concentrates, they are opting out of their pipes, bongs, and papers and are instead reaching for dab rigs and concentrate attachments for pens. Social media is filled with videos and photos of seasoned users, but for someone who is just teetering on the edge of using concentrates, the new accessory set up can be intimidating. Let’s take a closer look at the methods available to help make you more comfortable with the switch over.