Aug 9, 2016 9:05 AM

7 Effective Ways to Cure High That Is Too Intense

Many weed users have made the mistake of marijuana overdosing once or twice before. Lightheadedness, dizziness, nausea, and paranoia are the common side effects of having too much THC in your body. Whether you are an experienced smoker or a beginner, here are seven ways to cure a high that is too intense.

1. Get Outside

Staying in a stuffy room all day long is difficult even for non-smokers. If the weed’s effects are hitting a little harder than normal, just get outside and go for a walk. Fresh air can do wonders with cannabis overdosing.

2. Stay Relaxed

Using breathing techniques can make you calm down and decrease your high. Just take a deep breath, hold it for a few seconds, and exhale. Oxygen will help your body and brain regulate, which will weaken the high.

3. Take a Shower

Taking a bath or shower can lessen your high. It is a great idea to combine hydration with breathing techniques.

4. Water

Hydration is one of the best ways to relieve most symptoms of overdosing at once. Dehydration can cause headaches, stomachaches, and dizziness, the same feelings as when you get too high.

Drinking enough water is great advice both for smokers and non-smokers.

5. Eat Some Citrus Fruit

Limes and lemons, along with other citrus fruit, are great troubleshooters for those whose high has gotten too intense. Put a piece of fruit in your mouth and keep it there for as long as you can. The enzymes may help reduce the THC effects and freshen your breath.

6. Pepper

Pepper has been an effective cure for anxiety and paranoia for many years. Chewing on black peppercorns can significantly decrease the THC levels.

7. Coffee

Few people know that coffee is one of the best ways to reduce a too intense high. Coffee’s ability to sober you up can be felt almost immediately, leaving marijuana users focused and cheery.

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