Back at college we all had to do a lot of sneaking around to get away with using cannabis in secret.
My friends and I all had parents who were against marijuana use completely, so we often needed to hide in the woods on the edge of town when we wanted to get high and have a wonderful time. The crew felt privileged and lucky to have so much access to cannabis, and we absolutely weren’t cannabis connoisseurs at the time. As time passed, I became keenly aware of other cannabis products out there including edibles and numerous forms of concentrates. Like hash, these “wax” concentrates promised to boast high levels of THC compared to purely cannabis flowers. When I started using cannabis concentrates for the first time, it felt as if I was taking a mild hallucinogen with a heavy body load. However, you hastily start to develop a high tolerance and an ability to function while taking dabs of concentrates through the day. The tolerance of THC can develop a lot faster than most realize, leaving you to spend more each month to account for your increase in marijuana consumption to get the same effect each time. I have to switch back to using cannabis flower products for a few days to help reset my high tolerance. It will expose your brain to a weird variety of terpenes and a completely new consumption method. Cannabis extracts also chop the blood-brain barrier much faster than cannabis flowers as well, so your mind is naturally going to react differently. Changing your consumption methods for marijuana use is a single way of preventing your THC tolerance from getting out of control.