TOO HIGH?

Hey Guys,

Have you ever been TOO High? Some say they can never be TOO HIGH, however there are some negative side effects of being too high.

While we all love to have a good time, you may need to dial down your intake if you feel:

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

I have had this happen to many friends and even family. One way is take CBD, you probably have heard that from Doctor Kelly King, or your local budtender. According to this article in LEAFLY CBD modulates the receptor signaling associated with THC, which is why their co-presence has become so important in the field of cannabis therapeutics. Relevant to this particular discussion is CBD’s ability to modulate excess cannabinoid activity in the brain, which can result in anxiety. In this way, CBD can certainly mitigate the anxious, paranoid side effects associated with THC overconsumption.

3 TIPS FOR WHEN YOU’RE TOO HIGH – TERPS CAN HELP!
Originally Posted by Jack O’Leary on February 20, 2020

We’ve all been there…we’ve all underestimated the strength of an edible or the potency of a dab or cartridge and have had to undergo the experience of being uncomfortably high. While certain terpenes, alongside THC, are what get you high, other terpenes can counteract the THC.

I will repeat that for the first-time edible user who underestimated the potential of 11-hydroxyTHC (the very potent, orally ingested THC), If you accidentally get uncomfortably high, specific terpenes can help get you back on track.
Beta-caryophyllene, pinene and limonene are all super helpful when you’ve accidentally taken too big of a puff, too generous of a dab, or consumed too much of an edible. Beta-caryophyllene is particularly good for those times when you’re feeling anxious, paranoid, or a helpless passenger to your thoughts, after taking too much THC. The terpene interacts with the CB2 receptor, which is known to regulate anxiety and stress levels and can bring you back to a state
of content.
 
1. Smelling black pepper or eating a snack with black pepper is all you need to start feeling calmer. If you have black pepper oil, diffusing it is another way to find relief. Other foods and herbs which contain the anxiety-calming terpene are oregano, basil, cloves, lavender, true cinnamon, and ylang-ylang.

 WHAT TERPENES CAN REDUCE ANXIETY?

2. Pinene promotes mental clarity so if you’re feeling ‘out of it’ or unable to focus, eating pine nuts or pistachios, which contain pinene, can clear the fog. As mentioned in previous posts,limonene has been proven to be extremely helpful for both anxiety and depression.

3. Drinking some lemon juice or another citrus drink when you’re too high is another great way to combat uncomfortable feelings of anxiety and paranoia.
Other than sniffing black pepper, eating pine nuts or pistachios, and drinking lemon juice, simply laying down, listening to some calming music, or taking a shower or bath will calm the body and ease the paranoia and anxiety that can coincide with a deep dose of THC.

Try it yourself – see it they work!

These tips can be useful whenever you find yourself in situation where it would benefit you being more sober, more clear-minded, or less anxious and paranoid. Terpenes are often associated with cannabis and cannabis products, but not enough people know they can counteract the effects of THC as well! Maybe next time you’re at the grocery store, remember to grab black pepper, pine nuts, and/or citrus juice to store in the cabinet… just in case.

Grab some Hemp CBD POWDER Here!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.