Methods to Soothe THC and Different Cannabinoids – firebird-cbdoil

C Annabis poisoning is real. However, marijuana poisoning does not have the same result as drinking too many alcoholic drinks. While your perception and memory often subside in both circumstances, the similarities stop here. Cannabis poisoning symptoms often appear to be more severe side effects of cannabis use, namely dry mouth and red eyes. In more severe cases, however, panic attacks, paranoia and other forms of psychosis can occur.

If you find you are exaggerating your cannabis use, you can take steps to alleviate its severity and sober up on THC and other cannabinoids.

The likelihood of over-use of cannabis depends on the method of taking your choice. Because the toxicity is dose-related, the type of application can significantly affect your poisoning potential. For example, flowers are almost certainly less fluid than when you consume concentrates, foods, or other forms of extracted / infused cannabis products. Remember that extracted or infused products are often many times more effective than smoking the plant. The cannabis tolerance also varies from person to person. Factors such as body size and your cannabis use experience are some of the factors that determine each person's ability to consume.

Starting low, walking slowly

One of the most common proverbs in the cannabis community advocates safe and responsible use while you continue to enjoy cannabis. Instead of dipping straight into your products, you should take it slow. Basically, instead of ripping several swabs or eating the entire 100 mg, take them in pieces. For blobs you do one or two depending on tolerance and rest. See how you feel in about 30 minutes and decide if more is justified. If yes, have fun dabbing.

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<p> The same applies to foods that are split into halves or quarters and follow the 30-minute rule. Those who can not cope with highly effective flowers can do so with small hits and occasional rest periods. </p>
<p><h2> Dispense If You Can </h2>
<p> Avoiding cannabis use is undoubtedly the best way to avoid overconsumption. That is, since abstinence courses have taught us in other areas of life, the approach tends to fail. Whether it's cannabis, sex, or anything else that makes people feel good, a person will shy away from certain things for a limited period of time. While abstention is the safest option, it is unlikely to be realistic for most people unless they have never consumed the plant before. </p>
<p><h2> CBD helps to compensate for THC effects </h2>
<p> If you ever get the symptoms of cannabis intoxication, take your CBD. Whether it's oil, flowers, vapors or anything else, CBD can reduce the effect of THC you consume. Several research rounds over the years have examined this relationship between the two cannabinoids and our body. In September 2019, researchers from the University of Western Ontario first discovered what this is like. </p>
<p> Their published study determined the in-game molecular mechanisms using cannabis strains with high THC content and low CBD levels in laboratory rats. The team concluded by its research that CBD blocks the ability of THC to overstimulate our body's extracellular signal-regulated kinase (ERK). By blocking such overstimulation, the psychoactive effects of THC can not be elicited as with the consumption of THC. </p>
<p><h2> Drinks, spices and terpenes </h2>
<p> With cannabis poisoning, drinks and spices can exceed food when it comes to returning to the level. For example, some take the citrus fruits sober. Especially orange juice has been debated for quite some time – although some believe that orange juice like mangoes could actually boost a high. </p>
<p> Terpene lime is probably the cause of reduced THC effects, probably due to its anti-anxiety properties. Those who follow this approach might want to pass on the OJ and instead take a freshly squeezed glass of lemonade or eat the fruits directly to achieve a higher terpene concentration. It is also known that a popular spice, peppercorn, is effective when inhaled. A 2011 study suggested that terpene myrcene and β-caryophyllene may be the reason why it serves as a possible antidote to marijuana poisoning. </p>
<p><h2> Work to Omit the High </h2>
<p> Physical activity is a wonderful thing. Regular exercise not only keeps us in shape, but also temporarily eliminates pain in your body and brain. Some use these results in conjunction with their anecdotal experiences to suggest that physical activity can reduce high in the short term. Working out releases endorphins in the body. These neurotransmitters override other generated feelings and block certain signals to the brain. It is believed that this endorphin release resulting from a variety of activities, including walking, running, or otherwise, may reduce the psychoactive effects of THC. </p>
<h4> An added bonus to this method is the alleged belief that the combination of THC and exercise can also boost exercise. </h4>
<p><h2> Nap It Off </h2>
<p> Sleep is one of the best ways to overcome almost everything. From illness to stress to overwork, rest is often the recommended solution to almost everything life throws at us. Cannabis poisoning is no different. Over time, the effects of cannabis use diminish. If you are unable to cope with the effects, close your eyes and turn a blind eye. Keep in mind, however, that the potency of your cannabis plays a role. </p>
<p> You do not want to be like this writer, wondering why you're so crazy the next morning and forget that you ate a triple-dosed brownie the night before, one night before bedtime. That is, in most normal consumption scenarios, a nap should take you through all unfavorable situations. We hope you had an Indica to take you to Dreamland. </p>
<p><h2> Ride It Out </h2>
<p> Maybe you have consumed too much Sativa. Or you are too wrapped up to sleep. Regardless, sometimes you can not rest or have access to other measures that slow you down. If this is the case, you may need to extend it until you become sober. </p>
<p> Sure, this kind of advice may not work well with someone who's too high, but it's the truth. Although you may not like the result, it's important to remember that cannabis poisoning has never killed a person. In most cases, the damage only lasts as long as the high does. Over time you will come down again and feel your usual self. </p>
<p> To avoid getting into such a situation, follow the first tip on this list. Going slow and starting low may not be as fun as putting a lot of smoke in your face, but it prevents you from spending an awkward time with your cannabis. If you prefer to go straight out of the gate, you have some of the above tips nearby. </p>
<p style= Do you have any tips for disillusioning THC? Share them in the comments below!

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