At Lucky Farms’ marijuana delivery service, we’re all about having a healthy relationship with cannabis.
When you use cannabis very frequently, the CB1 receptors in your brain will become less sensitive to THC. That means you’ll need higher and higher concentrations to get high.
Sometimes, a tolerance break from weed is just what you need to reset. To make things a little easier, use these four tips for a successful break from cannabis.
Like alcohol and caffeine, cutting out cannabis suddenly can cause unpleasant withdrawal symptoms. Depending on how high your tolerance has gotten, you’ll experience anything from mild irritability and cravings to sleep disruption and headaches.
By slowly cutting back, you’re much more likely to be successful when you do start your official tolerance break.
For many of us, smoking is a social experience. If you’re planning a tolerance break, let your friends know ahead of time. This will prevent you from caving in when they pass you a joint one weekend.
By letting your circle know, they’ll be able to hold you accountable and help you finish your break strong.
It’s a lot easier to beat cravings when there’s no weed lying around the house. To keep the temptation out of reach, consider giving away your stash to a friend.
That way, you won’t be wasting good weed (and the money spent on it), and you’ll also be much more likely to be successful. You’ll probably earn some brownie points with your friends, too.
THC takes a while to exit your system. To help speed up the process and eliminate cravings, consider adding some extra workouts.
Getting your heart rate at the gym is proven to help flush excess THC out of your body. It might also help take your mind off cannabis and relieve some of the stress you can feel after cutting out weed.
Having a healthy relationship with cannabis is important, and taking a break from marijuana is a great way to get back on track. While it can be challenging at first, reducing your tolerance is well worth the difficulties.
When you’re ready to start consuming cannabis again, you’ll be able to enjoy lower concentrations of your favorite products. The Lucky Farms team is more than happy to help you navigate our selection. Visit us online or call (714) 888-5150 today.