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Weed for sale taking the main stage as a recreational agents. We’ve all done it! Lit the perfect joint, dabbed expertly, munched on an artisanal edible. Then those fuzzy feelings become prickly, your laughter turns to panting, and you wonder, “dude, am I dead? “No, it’s just the realization that “I’m too high.”

Perhaps the edible was three hours late. Perhaps you wanted to impress a group of friends by holding the bong rip for an unusually long period of time. You may have just tried concentrates for the first time and been taken aback by their potency. Perhaps you are simply a low-tolerance consumer.

It can sneak up on you in a thousand different ways, but once it does, the resulting experience can be unsettling; it’s sometimes quite enough to turn off even the most seasoned weed for sale enthusiast. Weed is not a dangerous drug, and its effects wear off within a day. Here’s how to recover from the brink of greening out.


The duration of your high after smoking marijuana is determined by a number of factors, including consumption method, dosage, and unique individual variables that vary from person to person, such as tolerance, age, and metabolic rate. The higher the potency of a weed for sale product (read: THC percent or milligram amount), the longer the high will last, though it may not be as intense. Concentrates are the most potent form of weed for sale, followed by flower and edibles.

This may imply that dabs take longer to sober up than smoking a pot, but dosage, quality of the flower or wax, and your body’s chemistry all play a role in your experience. It’s also worth noting that the regular smoker with a higher weed tolerance will sober up much faster than the infrequent user who visits the party joint a couple of times. According to new research, there is a “window of impairment” for weed for sale across consumption methods that ranges from three to ten hours, but for the majority of people, it’s around four hours.

According to anecdotal evidence, the average weed high can last anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours at its peak. You can still feel the effects for a while after, and some highs have been known to last much longer. When you are too high, overwhelmed, or uncomfortable from excessive weed consumption, there are ways to help you come down and sober up.


You’ll know if you’re too high. But if you’re not sure where to draw the line, there are some tell-tale signs to look out for. While we all enjoy a good time, you may need to reduce your intake if you feel:

  • panic
  • paranoia
  • confusion
  • excessive sweating
  • anxiety
  • nausea
  • dizziness


Even if you feel like you’re dying, know that you’re still very much alive. Remember that the high you get from marijuana is caused by THC, which binds to the CB1 receptors of our endocannabinoid systems, the majority of which are located in our brains. Basically speaking, it’s only just in your head! THC cannot be consumed in sufficient quantities to cause death, nor does it affect parts of the brain that could affect your breathing.

THC’s presence in our bodies can cause feelings of relaxation, sleepiness, hunger, euphoria, and clumsiness, but the sheer number of strains and products makes predicting when a high becomes excessive difficult. You may feel nauseous or dizzy in rare cases, such as if you have cannabis hyperemesis syndrome. Luckily, this may pass naturally. 



Most symptoms of “greening out” (doing too much weed) will pass within minutes to hours, with no long-term consequences other than a little grogginess and a potentially empty fridge. Give it some time, and these feelings will pass, believe us.

We must emphasize that, contrary to popular belief, there have been no reported weed for sale overdose deaths in history. So no matter how freaked out you feel or how sweaty you get, you will not die from excessive consumption.

Don’t take it on as a challenge; just remember that if you overdo it, you’ll be fine in a few days.


If possible, try to plan your weed session around your tolerance level. Don’t go beyond your comfort zone if you know that more than two puffs from a joint makes you anxious. Or if a 10mg gummy glues you to the couch. This is unlikely to help you once you’ve gone over the edge. But it may help you avoid an uncomfortable situation in the future.

Consume with friends you trust and with whom you have previously smoked, and don’t feel obligated to consume to their tolerance levels. Making new friends is great but being surrounded by strangers when you can’t feel your face is unpleasant at best and anxiety-inducing at worst.

Slow down, especially when consuming edibles. We recommend starting with a standard dose of 10 mg (or, for extra caution, 5 mg) and waiting at least an hour, if not two, before increasing your edibles dosage. The same is true for inhalation methods—if you’re used to taking one hit from your personal vaporizer on occasion, don’t sit in a smoking circle puffing and passing for an hour.


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