Friday, July 19, 2024

The Best Hacks To Have A Better Marijuana Experience

Sometimes you just want to up the experience – you deserve a treat or it was really a day – have we got a hack for you!

If you aren’t brand new to cannabis, you have gotten to know your high. Like alcohol, people tend to have a favorite which gives you an expected experience. It might have to do with taste, mood, or just a favorite go to. But sometimes, you want to change it up. You might want to to increases the chill, or the Monday was rough and you want to really wind down.  Study after study says Monday’s are seen as the roughest day of the week. To help, here are the best hacks to have a better marijuana experience. Hopefully this will help you chill and relax.

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These are meant to help in a crunch or add a little extra relaxation to your journey. These hacks are easy and can be used with things you might have around, especially if you are visiting and aren’t around your regular stuff.

A Penny

Many would say they are worthless, but they can come in handy in cannabis pinch. There are 150 billion pennies in circulation with another 138 billion in jars, on the street, in loafers, etc. If you don’t have a grinder handy, these is a quick hack to cutting your marijuana flower neatly and evenly. Take a penny and clean it thoroughly, then put your marijuana in a pillbox or small jar, drop the penny inside, close it up, and shake. Keep on shaking. After a vigorous workout, you’ll be left with some evenly cut marijuana.  Almost like magic.

Mint

Mint helps in a variety of ways with smoking or vaping. Mint leaves can give you a smooth and relaxing effect, helping you breathe easier.  If you feel a little adventurous, then the chocolate mint plant would be a great option. Its leaves smell like real chocolate. For the newer consumers, it can help you focus on something other than the munchies. It helps distract you from the urge of eating, similar to people who stop smoking tend to chew gum, mints can help keep your mind off blowing your diet.

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Chocolate

If you are having a gummy, why not include some chocolate? When the two are consumed together, the chocolate helps better activate the brain receptors which produce feelings of euphoria induced by the cannabis. Chocolate contains anandamide, a natural cannabinoid binding to some of the same receptors in the brain as THC. Darker and richer chocolates like dark cocoa powder or raw cacao nibs are especially beneficial because they contain higher levels of anandamide.

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Broccoli

The wink wink emoji for marijuana, broccoli can help you have after a particular stressful Monday. Broccoli is one of the best things to eat when consuming THC. The terpene will help the cannabinoids fight depression and reduce the pain. Broccoli contains high levels of terpene, Beta–caryophyllene, which binds to CB2 receptors in the body much like other cannabinoids. It can work synergistically with cannabinoids by helping to reduce pain, inflammation and depression. An excellent add on if you have had a tough day.

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Compact or floppy discs

If you’re visiting your parents’ house, and in a pinch, you can rummage around and find some floppy discs. While most people will find them useless, they can help neatly pack bowls by using the middle hole of the disc. Easy, fast, and you’ll embrace a retro feel! May indulge in some 80s and 90s entertainment and let your cares sail away.

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