Everyone wants to know how long a high will last. Sure, some people want to stop being high because they’re uncomfortable after taking too much THC, but others want to make their high last longer. Whether it’s to reap more benefits or to just enjoy the ride, maximizing your high can help you get the most of each puff.
Getting the Most Out of Your Bud
The most efficient way to make your high last longer is to have more cannabis on hand during your smoke session. Pretty simple, right? Increase your online order or check out what specials your favorite Venice Beach dispensary is offering to stock up.
Next up, consider your consumption method. Rolling joints, for example, can be a fun and easy way to enjoy a variety of strains and it results in clear, direct intake. If you want to get more from your cannabis though, it’s a pretty ineffective way to smoke. Smoking with a typical pipe or bong can help you get more from your buds, as can vaporizing your flower.
And don’t forget, how you store your cannabis matters. Cannabis that is left out may end up dry and lose some of its THC, whereas cannabis that is stored in a cool, dark place is often at the zenith of its quality. Investing in quality cannabis storage will assist in extending the lifespan of your purchases.
How to Stay High Longer
Ok, so the product side is taken care of. Now, let’s turn to how to stay high longer.
We know that THC imparts that yummy high. So, by taking a hit of a higher-THC strain, your high should result in a longer-lasting high. If you’ve built up quite a tolerance, though, that may not work for you.
However, there are some other surprising measures that you can take to maximize the effect of your favorite strains. One of the most well-known tactics is eating mangoes. Mangoes, which are high in myrcene (one of the most prevalent terpenes in cannabis) interact with the body to allow cannabinoids to more efficiently flow through the blood. They’re delicious and helpful!
Similar “cannabis superfoods” include certain varieties of nuts and tea. Tea is packed with antioxidants that assist in unlocking the potential of cannabinoids. Meanwhile, certain legumes hold within them Omega-3 fatty acids, which attach to cannabinoid receptors and have been reported to produce fuller, richer cannabis highs. Play around with some of your favorites to see what kind of effect you get.
Finally, exercising after smoking may yield more help your high last even longer. While you should definitely be careful if you’re using heavy equipment, even a light amount of exercise will help to promote blood flow and release THC that has been naturally stored in the body’s fat. Many who exercise shortly after getting high will find that their high is much more intense than it would have been under normal conditions.
Of course, to get started with making your high last longer, you’ll want to grab some high-quality products. Check out our online menu and place an order now!