Thursday, February 22, 2024

How To Use Weed Discreetly When Home For The Holidays

If you’re spending the holidays at home, you need a backup plan for all of your weed needs. Here it is.

As the holidays approach, the majority of us are consolidating our plans. Whether these mean going back home to stay with your parents or hosting some guests in your home, you’re going to want to make a plan when it comes to your weed usage.

While everyone has a different tolerance for the funky smell of weed, it’s nice to be polite with others and to be mindful of their space. Thanks to the large amounts of marijuana products at your disposal, it’s also easier than ever to smoke or consume discreetly.

Here are some options that could make it easier for you to get high, no matter your situation.

Wait until the time is right

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While the holidays are cluttered, there’s always small pockets of space where you can have some alone time. Take advantage of these, whether you’re home alone or are leaving for a quick trip to the grocery store. To hide the evidence of your smoke sesh, keep your weed stashed in a sealed glass container and keep your windows open. If short on time, use a sploof or purchase a smoke buddy. The bathroom is always a great option for smoking for brief amounts of time, especially if you turn on the shower and allow for the steam to dilute the weed smoke.

Buy a vape pen

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The best thing you can do for discreet smoking is to purchase a vape pen. This item is not only useful for the holidays, but year-round, simplifying the smoking process and allowing you to get high without releasing weedy odors and without having to pack a bowl, roll a joint, etc. If you want to be super safe, test the pen with a sober friend, who can let you know if the cartridge is doing the job or if you need to purchase something that has a lighter smell.

Go outside

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The most obvious thing you can do is to leave your house and get high someplace where you can be alone. Be mindful of others and obey the laws of your state. While this isn’t a full-time solution, adding weed to your walks and times of escape can be a healthy way of getting some much-needed alone time. Keep in mind that you’re gonna have to come back to your place and face whoever you’re living with. Carry some gum and perfume, but don’t go overboard, since that might make things more obvious.

Switch to edibles

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Edibles are convenient, eliminating smoke or paraphernalia, which are always pesky things to deal with when spending time with others. They can be consumed around other people without them knowing any better. Just monitor your dosage in case you don’t feel like pretending you’re not high when you very much are.

Practice your poker face

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When using weed around parents or disapproving roommates, it’s always important to be discreet. Be mindful of other people’s space and make sure that your marijuana use isn’t an inconvenience for the rest of your household. Practice your poker face and relax as best as you can; most of the time, people are too busy to notice if your eyes are a little red and you’re acting a little giggly.


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