If you want to come down from a marijuana high, we’re here to help. Overdoing it can happen to anyone, but you can make the recovery process better–and sometimes faster–if you know how to take care of yourself. Here are five tips and tricks for coming down from a marijuana high.
First things first, remember that there’s no need to panic. You are going to be fine. You can’t overdose from marijuana. It’s not possible to die from THC. If you’re experiencing unpleasant side effects like nausea or anxiety, these feelings will pass with a bit of time.
You may be wondering how long it takes to sober up from weed. This depends on your consumption method, dose, and personal tolerance. On average, it takes between 1 to 3 hours to sober up from vaping or smoking weed. When you eat or drink marijuana, sobering up can take much longer because you’re consuming weed through the digestive process. The high from weed edibles tends to peak at around 2 to 4 hours, then can linger for up to 12.
Right now, you’re playing a waiting game. Sobering up may take anywhere from minutes to hours, but it will happen. While you wait for your high to wear off, there are things you can do to make yourself more comfortable and potentially even sober up more quickly.
Hydrating will help your body work its best as it clears THC from your system. The best way to hydrate right now is by drinking plenty of water and other caffeine-free drinks. You want to avoid caffeine because it can actually enhance psychoactive effects, which is probably the last thing you want at the moment.
If you want to ease negative side effects or sober up more quickly, there are a few remedies you can try at home:
While you wait for your high to wear off, distract yourself. Focusing on the fact that you’re high could worsen mental symptoms like anxiety, so find a way to direct your attention elsewhere.
What’s distracting varies from person to person. Not sure what to do? Try one of these ideas:
Often, the best way to recover after getting too high is to simply sleep it off. Your body will keep working on flushing the THC while you’re asleep, so you may feel much better when you wake up. If you’re able to drift off, a nap or a good night’s sleep may be just the remedy you need.
While there’s no way to instantly come down from a high, there are ways to feel more comfortable as you wait things out. After you’ve sobered up, you can consider what factors led you to feeling too high and avoid them in the future.
If you need advice on dosage, don’t hesitate to ask one of our dispensary team members. We’re always happy to answer your questions and provide guidance on how to use different products. We can also recommend products that create a less intense experience, like high-CBD strains and microdosing products.
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