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What Can I Do If I Get to High?

What Can I Do If I Get to High?

3 min read
Jenna Goldring

First things first, take a deep breath. Remember, it's all temporary and you'll be okay.

Grab a glass of water and start sipping slowly. Get comfy in your favorite spot—whether it's your bed, a cozy couch, or a hammock in the backyard. If you’re up for it, munch on some snacks to help rebalance your blood sugars and relax. Sometimes, the best thing you can do is nap it off. It's all about taking care of yourself and riding out the wave.There are other, science-backed ways to drop the buzz: 

  • Hydration: Drinking water isn’t just an important thing to do every day; it can be a game changer when consuming cannabis and dealing with being too high. THC can cause dehydration, so staying hydrated can help regulate your body's functions and potentially lessen the intensity of the high.
  • Black Pepper: Chewing on or sniffing black pepper may sound strange, but it contains a terpene called beta-caryophyllene that has been shown to have calming effects and can potentially reduce THC-induced anxiety or paranoia.
  • Lemon or Citrus: Citrus fruits like lemon contain limonene, another terpene that may help counteract some of the effects of THC. Sipping on lemon water or consuming citrus fruits may help alleviate feelings of anxiety or agitation.
  • Rest and Relaxation: Finding a comfortable and safe environment to rest and relax can help ease feelings of anxiety or discomfort. Practice deep breathing exercises, listen to calming music, or try techniques like progressive muscle relaxation to promote relaxation.
  • Moderate Exercise: We aren’t saying you have to go out and run a 5k to escape your high, but a quick nature walk can help shift your perspective from panicking to pleasurable. Taking a walk or doing gentle yoga, can help release endorphins and promote relaxation. 
  • Mindfulness and Distraction: Practicing mindfulness techniques, like meditation or visualization, can help shift your focus away from the negative and into the positive. Do the things you love, activities that you enjoy, or watch a movie, or spend time with loved ones, whatever you need to give your brain a break. 

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