Why getting high is good
How to Smoke Pot (Properly): A Highbrow Guide to Getting High by David BienenstockOnce literally demonized as “the Devils lettuce,” and linked to all manner of deviant behavior by the establishments shameless anti-marijuana propaganda campaigns, cannabis sativa has lately been enjoying a long-overdue Renaissance. So now that the squares at long last seem ready to rethink pots place in polite society, how, exactly, can members of this vibrant, innovative, life-affirming culture proudly and properly emerge from the underground—without forgetting our roots, or losing our cool?
In How to Smoke Pot (Properly), VICE weed columnist and former High Times editor David Bienenstock charts the course for this bold, new, post-prohibition world. With plenty of stops along the way for pro tips from friends in high places, including cannabis celebrities and thought leaders of the marijuana movement, readers will learn everything from the basics of blazing, to how Mary Jane makes humans more creative and collaborative, nurtures empathy, catalyzes epiphanies, enhances lifes pleasures, promotes meaningful social bonds, facilitates cross-cultural understanding, and offers a far safer alternative to both alcohol and many pharmaceutical drugs.
Youll follow the herbs natural lifecycle from farm to pipe, explore cannabis customs, culture and travel, and discover how to best utilize and appreciate a plant thats at once a lifesaving medicine, an incredibly nutritious food, an amazingly useful industrial crop, and a truly renewable energy source. Youll even get funny and informative answers to burning questions ranging from: How can I land a legal pot job? to Should I eat a weed cookie before boarding the plane?
Remember, marijuana has the potential to help us live more meaningful, satisfying and authentic lives, and create safer, happier, more harmonious communities, but first we must learn to consume this miracle plant properly.
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Why Does Cannabis Get You ‘High’ and Make You Feel Good?
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There is nothing more relaxing, enjoyable, and glorious than sharing some quality weed amongst friends. Everyone knows that. Certainly better than with alcohol. With weed, you never end up puking and you never end up with a hangover. You can get as high as you want, sleep like a baby, and then get up for work the next day, refreshed and ready to focus. On top of all that, alcohol is just empty calories that go straight to your thighs or your gut.
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We have written at great length about the science behind getting high but what does it actually feel like? Although the time taken to get high also varies, we can tell you that smoked or vaporized marijuana is generally felt within a few seconds. You may feel a peak effect for between 15 and 30 minutes which levels off and fades away within four hours. I prefer to smoke it from a bong because it hits me like a freight train. After about a minute, I check out my surroundings and note that while my peripheral vision is blurred, the colors in the room are noticeably brighter.
But what actually happens in your body when you partake? Before we start, we should note that a whole lot more research needs to be done in this area. And hemp—defined as cannabis plants that contain less than 0. To obtain research-grade cannabis, you have to go through the National Institute on Drug Abuse, Popular Science explains. Cannabis contains at least 60 types of cannabinoids , chemical compounds that act on receptors throughout our brain. THC resembles another cannabinoid naturally produced in our brains, anandamide, which regulates our mood, sleep, memory, and appetite. Like alcohol , caffeine , and sugar , cannabinoids also affect the levels of dopamine in our brain, often resulting in a sense of relaxation and euphoria.