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The popularity of the cannabis plant in the US is at its all-time high now. The research on the herb has proved its potential in helping people with various medical ailments. Given this, millions of people currently have a medical marijuana card and are using the herb to manage their debilitating conditions.
However, if you have just passed your 420 evaluations and are trying cannabis for the first time, there are a few things you need to be very careful about. Yes, the herb has some amazing medicinal properties. But you shouldn’t forget that it still is intoxicating. Considering this, we’ve made this simple guide to help you make your first cannabis experience as easy going as possible.
One of the first and definitely the most important thing you need to learn after you’ve got your medical marijuana card is how the herb works. Keep in mind that cannabis doesn’t affect everyone in the same way. And in many cases, first-timers don’t feel anything. You should note that this is pretty common. And if it happens to you, you don’t have to worry.
You should understand that there are various factors that may affect a person’s high. These include experience, age, sex, tolerance, metabolism, body structure, and many other things. Given this, you must not expect something extraordinary for the first time, as there is a very high chance it won’t happen.
As I said, a lot of people are not able to feel anything when they try cannabis for the first time. And the reason for this can be anything. But among all, one of the major reasons for this is not inhaling the smoke properly.
See, while smoking, whether cannabis or anything else, you need to inhale the smoke properly in order to get the effects. If the smoke isn’t getting into your lungs, you just can’t feel anything.
While consuming cannabis, it’s also very important to keep yourself well hydrated. And the very simple reason for this is that doing this can help you combat various uncomfortable side effects of cannabis, of which cottonmouth is perhaps the most significant here.
No, you don’t have to keep a gallon of water with you. But keeping a small bottle along whenever you smoke can be a really good idea. Smoking cannabis can make you really dehydrated. But if you keep on sipping some water every now and then during your session, you can easily avoid this from getting out of hand.
When you are trying marijuana for the first time, you obviously don’t know the effects it may induce on you. And given this, there is a significant chance of overindulging. However, this is exactly what you need to avoid. Keep in mind that overconsuming cannabis can lead to many extreme side effects. Having said that, if you are trying it for the first time, you must keep it low and slow.
If you are smoking a joint, you should prefer sharing it with a friend instead of having it all to yourself. And with edibles too, pick up half a dose rather than a full piece. Furthermore, remember, the effects of the herb take some time to show up. And this time depends on the way you are consuming it. In the case of smoking, it may take around 5 to 15 minutes. And with edibles, this time can even go up to 2 hours. Having said that, you must wait enough between your doses as per the way you are consuming it.
While consuming marijuana, you should always prefer being with people who already have experience with the herb. And this is especially important for people who have just passed their 420 evaluations and are trying the plant for the first time. If you are trying cannabis for the first time there is always a chance of overindulging. And if you are with someone experienced, they can help you tackle such situations easily.
Being with a person who already consumes cannabis can be helpful in some other ways too. For instance, being among familiar faces can help you avoid bad anxiety. And they can also suggest some activities that you can indulge in while being high.
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