Get Well or Get High, or Maybe Do Both in London
“I was wondering if there is a way for me to not get high from my medical cannabis, is there a way?” If we had a new strain every time someone asked us this question, we would have a bunch of new strains, and to be honest, it is on our to-do list. But, in the meantime, here are few amazing tips on managing your medical cannabis use to get the most out of it without getting too high.
First and foremost, start low and go slow. When trying a new method of ingestion or a new strain for the first time, it is important to remember that you can always take more, but you can’t take less. So, start with a low dose and increase as needed.
Second, be aware of the various types of cannabis and their effects. There are two main types of cannabis: indica and sativa. Indica-strains tend to be more relaxing, while sativa strains tend to be more energizing. If you want something to help you relax, an indica-dominant strain may be a better choice. If you are looking for something to help you focus or be more productive, a sativa-dominant strain may be a better choice. Then there is a hybrid, which is a mix of the two.
Third, know-how cannabis affects you personally? We all are different, and we all react to things differently. For some people, cannabis can cause anxiety or paranoia, while for others, it can help to reduce anxiety and stress.
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How To Get Well And Not Get High
Let us make one thing crystal before we leave the get-high boulevard, There are two components to your cannabis: THC and CBD. THC is the main component that gets you high, while CBD is the component that has medicinal properties. So, if you are in search for something to help with your medical condition but don’t want to get high, you may want to look for a strain that is high in CBD and low in THC.
CBD-rich strains have an earthy, hemp-like taste and smell, while THC-rich strains tend to have a more pungent, skunky smell. CBD-rich strains are also often used during the day because they don’t tend to make you feel sleepy like THC-rich strains can.
Some popular high CBD ratio strains are:
- Ringo’s Gift
There are many more, but these are just a few to get you started. You can also find CBD oil, a concentrated form of CBD that can be used in various ways.
There is Always More!
Remember, there is always more to your weed, and smoking is not your only option.
Vaporizing, dabbing, and edibles are all other ways to consume cannabis that don’t involve smoking.
Vaporizing heats the cannabis plant material without burning it, so you get the THC and other cannabinoids in vapour form. It is a great option for cannabis users who want to avoid the potential lung irritation from smoking.
Dabbing is a way to consume cannabis using a concentrated form of THC, such as hash oil or wax. This method can be more potent than smoking or vaporizing, so starting with a low dose is important if you are new to dabbing.
Edibles are another option for consuming cannabis. Edibles are foods infused with cannabis, such as brownies or cookies. It is a great option for cannabis users who don’t want to smoke or vaporize cannabis.
Capsules are also available, a great option for people who want to avoid the taste of cannabis.
The good news is that all the above products are easily available at your local online weed dispensary in London, like How high 420.
Now let us move to the next part, how to get high and get well simultaneously. Yes, as we said, there is always more to your weed, it’s true, and it’s straight-up magic.
How To Get Well And Get High
Well, if you are a decent cannabis user, you know how important it is to find the right strain. The right strain will help you get well and get high simultaneously. You can find the right strain by researching or asking your local budtender for advice.
Some strains that are known to be good for both getting high and getting well are:
- Girl Scout Cookies
- Sour Diesel
- OG Kush
- Granddaddy Purple
- Blue Dream
Again, there are more strains, but these are just a few to get you started. Always remember to manage your dosage no matter the reason you use your cannabis. Let us give you an easy example to do just that.
Suppose you want to use cannabis for anxiety and have a high THC tolerance. You would start with a low dose of a THC-rich strain, such as 1-2 hits from a joint or pipe. If you don’t feel any effects after 30 minutes, you can increase your dose by taking another hit. Continue increasing your dose until you find the desired effect.
On the other hand, if you are new to cannabis or have a low THC tolerance, you would start with a high CBD strain such as Charlotte’s Web or Cannatonic. Start with a low dose, such as 1-2 hits from a joint or pipe. If you don’t feel any effects after 30 minutes, you can increase your dose by taking another hit. Again, continue increasing your dose until you find the desired effect.
Remember, starting with a low dose is always best and increasing gradually as needed. This will help you avoid unwanted side effects such as anxiety or paranoia.
Wrapping it Up Like A Good Joint!
We hope you enjoyed this article and found it helpful. Let us know if you have any questions or if there is anything we missed that you can simply contact us. Until next time, stay safe and stay medicated! We would love to hear from you.