Whether for entertainment or medical purposes, did you use too much THC? Don’t worry, you’re just experiencing what some people who use cannabis call it as “high”. Here are 6 useful ways to help you overcome the unwanted psychological effects.
1. Use Ibuprofen, Citicoline, or CBD
Studies show that Ibuprofen can help counteract the effects of THC. If you can, use cannabidiol (CBD) in capsule form or tincture. Rebalance THC overdose is one of CBD benefits you may find when using it. The way CBD works is to block the binding of THC to the cannabinoid receptors in the brain, thereby reducing the effects of THC.
2. Know the tolerance level of your body
Measure your cannabis medication intake for yourself. This is as simple as taking a small dose, then waiting and assessing how the dose affects your body.
If you are taking cannabis medicine in a new way or are just beginning to use cannabis, take it slowly, especially when eating cannabis foods. For cannabis foods, we recommend an average dosage of about 5mg and wait at least 2 hours before using more.
Cannabis foods can take up to 2 hours to start showing results. So, if you continue to eat these foods before the first time you eat them, it can trigger/lead to a state of anxiety or panic.
If you take marijuana via inhalation, the effects should be felt fairly quickly, so wait until you feel comfortable as the effects subside and then continue using it.
3. Know how long the effects last
A coffee can usually finish after about 3 hours, the main effects will peak after about 30 minutes of use. However, when you eat cannabis or use too much cannabis medicine in other ways, the effects take longer to subside and can last up to 6 hours or more. If you use marijuana beyond the usual dosage limits, the effects will last a very long time. Taken in small doses is very helpful and extremely effective in reducing cannabis levels.
4. Drink plenty of water
When using marijuana as medicine, make sure you have some cold water and no alcohol. Using filtered water is best, fruit juices are fine. Caffeine helps you with diuretics, so drinking coffee or tea is acceptable, but don’t overdo it. Drinking plenty of water helps you to resist the feeling of dry mouth and helps in the metabolism of cannabinoids.
Do not use alcohol because alcohol dehydrates the body and accelerates the accumulation of THC in the blood.
Although they generally recommend an average of 8 glasses of water a day, the truth is experts recommend men to drink 13 drinks and 9 drinks for women. Do not drink too much water as you can “flush” out some important electrolytes, leading to hyponatremia (hyponatremia). In the case of too low sodium intake can lead to a number of symptoms such as nausea, headache, lethargy, confusion and irritability.
While it’s not clear why the act of eating helps suppress the psycho-altering effects of cannabis, there is an opinion that fatty foods bind to the cannabinoids, so they are metabolized. faster. It is also possible that the consumption of food helps the blood flow to the stomach faster, thereby reducing the psychomotor effects of THC on brain cell receptors, as cannabinoids are circulated. follow the same blood vessels. This will help reduce your high levels of cannabis.
According to an article in the British Medical Journal, pepper has its own characteristics that make it extremely valuable in treating a number of psychological problems, including anxiety. The terpenoids in the pepper are said to resonate with THC to provide a sense of calm.
Pistachios and pine nuts contain pine essential oil (C10H16), another terpenoid that counteracts the effects of THC and is considered to be helpful in relieving cannabis cravings. If you are experiencing persistent sweating, eat foods high in potassium. Try unpeeled potatoes, melons, bananas, citrus fruits, dark leafy vegetables.
Exercise combined with breathing fresh air helps with blood circulation which can reduce the effects of psychological change. During exercise, the brain releases endorphins. The amount of endorphins produced will gradually reduce stress during overexposure. Endorphins interact with receptors in your brain to ease feelings of pain / stress in you.
Like morphine, endorphins also activate the body’s positive feelings. For example, the feeling when people run or exercise are often described as “euphoria”, also known as “exercise enthusiasm”. This emotion is often accompanied by positive and energetic thinking. Endorphins act like pain relievers, which means that this hormone subsides down on pain sensation in the body. Endorphins simultaneously act as a form of sedative.
You may not always enjoy exercising because you are perfectly healthy (from all medical angles), but it’s also nice to do a brisk walking exercise. If you like being strong and active, you can go to the gym to exercise to lose weight, very good for the heart.
Relax and relax, this feeling will pass, and you will learn a very important lesson that you should never use THC greedily or recklessly.
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