If you’re like me, you love to get high. And if you’re like me, the last thing you want is to have a bad high. Bad highs can be caused by a lot of different things: not knowing what strain of weed you’re buying, how much pot is in it, whether that particular strain will give you dry mouth or make your eyes red. If only there was a way to avoid all these pitfalls! Well guess what? We’re here to show you how to get the best high possible.
Know Your Strain
The first step to having the best-ever high is knowing your strain. After all, when you know what you are smoking and its effects, you can prepare yourself for it. For example: if you want to be very relaxed and mellow, then indica strains may be best for you. If you’re looking for a creative high that will make your brain go crazy with ideas (perfect for writing), sativa strains might be better suited to your needs.
Of course, you can also mix up your strains. If you’re looking for a high that is both creative and relaxing, try mixing an indica strain with a sativa one (or vice versa).
There are many different types of marijuana strains that can help you reach your desired level of relaxation or creativity. Some common strains include: Blue Dream, Girl Scout Cookies, Sour Diesel, and Granddaddy Purple.
However, there are many more strains out there. And the best way to find the perfect one for you is by experimenting with different types. Of course, you can also talk with people who have tried certain strains and find out what they thought about them (and if they were effective).
Choose the Right Method For The Best High Possible
The most common method of consuming cannabis is smoking it, but it’s not the only way. There are many ways to get high, so you should choose the one that works best for you. Vaping and edibles are two popular choices if you’re looking for a more mellow high. Smoking through inhaling can be quite harsh on your lungs, so if this sounds like something that would bother you then consider vaping or edibles instead.
There are benefits and downsides to every method, so be sure to do some research before making your choice! It’s also important to know how much cannabis is right for you; everyone has different tolerance levels when it comes to recreational drugs like marijuana (and alcohol), so understanding yours will go a long way towards having a great experience!
If you’re new to smoking, start with a small hit and see how it affects you. You can always take more if needed later on in the day, but try not to overdo it on your first few tries.
Don’t Smoke Too Much
Don’t smoke too much. You don’t want to get so high that you feel paranoid, or drowsy, or both. And you definitely don’t want to end up in a coughing fit from over-smoking. If you’re with friends, try splitting up the joint between several people so no one gets overly stoned (though if everyone is smoking heavily and having fun together, sharing may not be necessary). Also beware of falling asleep with a lit joint in hand—it’s happened before!
Don’t smoke in your bedroom if it’s messy or has clutter all over the place—the mess might make you feel uncomfortable while high and distracts from your experience. If possible, find a place outside where there are fresh air and plenty of natural light such as by a park bench or near trees on campus grounds; these settings will help keep things calm during this new experience.
Control Your Setting
Setting is everything.
The first step to enjoying your high is to control your setting with care and precision. This means finding a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed, lighting a candle or two (we recommend lavender), dimming the lights and playing some relaxing music. It also means sitting down quietly and focusing on your breath. Remember: it’s going to take a few minutes for the effects of edibles to kick in so you need an outlet for all that pent-up energy as well as patience for when things start getting hazy.
If you’re going to be smoking weed at home alone, consider using a vaporizer if you have one available—vaporizers produce less odor than other methods of smoking weed (including joints) which makes them ideal for indoor use…unless people are looking forward to catching an unexpected contact high! If this isn’t possible then try lighting up outside on an evening when there isn’t any wind or rain forecasted so that no smoke will drift back into wherever people are hanging out indoors.
Eat Before Smoking for Best High Possible
From the moment you light up, your body will begin absorbing THC. It’s a good idea to start eating something before smoking to absorb as much of that THC as possible.
Eat a snack (or two) with some healthy fat and protein in it an hour or so before you smoke. This will help your body to absorb more of the cannabinoids than if you were just smoking alone. A snack like some nuts or cheese can be great because they contain healthy fats, which are essential for processing cannabinoid receptors in the brain. Also make sure it has some protein—that way, you can avoid getting too high while also avoiding a bad high altogether!
Don’t eat too much. You don’t want to get so full that you can’t smoke. Eating too much will also slow down the absorption of THC into your bloodstream, which means it could take longer for you to feel the high.
Don’t drink alcohol. Alcohol can speed up the absorption of THC into your bloodstream, which means you might feel high faster than usual. But it also makes you less likely to remember details about your high later on—which is obviously not what anyone wants!
Listen To Your Body And Don’t Overdo It
It’s a common problem: you start to get high and then lose track of how much you have smoked. Suddenly, your mind is foggy and nauseated, and you are experiencing an intense case of the munchies.
The best way to prevent this from happening is to know your limits before lighting up in the first place. If you are new to smoking cannabis or if it has been some time since your last experience with weed, start with just one hit from the joint or bong. Don’t take more than two hits until at least 10 minutes have passed since taking that first hit (if possible).
If after three minutes into smoking, you start feeling dizzy or anxious then put down whatever it was that contained marijuana (joint or bong) as soon as possible because there is a good chance that it will make things worse for you if continued use continues on this path!
If you are still feeling dizzy, nauseated, and anxious after putting down the joint or bong, then wait at least 45 minutes before smoking again. It is recommended that if you feel sick to your stomach after smoking weed for the first time that you not smoke again until at least 48 hours have passed since your last experience with cannabis.
You can have the best high possible by being smart and setting the right conditions.
To get the best high possible, you have to be smart. There are tons of things that can go wrong in your quest for euphoria, but with a little preparation and awareness, you can make sure you have an amazing time.
The first thing to do is learn about what type of strain is right for you. The difference between strains like Blue Dream and Sour Diesel is vast—one may give you energy while the other will sedate your mind and body. You also want to take into account whether or not edibles are going to affect how much your body processes cannabis molecules (and therefore how high). It’s important to know what kind of experience each strain offers so that when using it as medicine or recreation, it will provide maximum benefit without any unwanted side effects like anxiety or paranoia.
Now that you’re equipped with all of the knowledge and tools you need to have the best high possible, it’s time to get out there and enjoy yourself. Whether it’s with your friends or alone at home, make sure you keep these tips in mind and remember not to let fear stand in your way. After all, life is short—you only live once! If you have any questions about the science of cannabis, or if you just want to share your own experience with getting high, feel free to comment below.