What does getting high feel like?
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The feeling of getting “high” from cannabis can vary according to individual body characteristics, tolerance level, the properties of the strain being used and the method used (e.g. smoking, vaping or edibles). This equation explains why two people can have completely different experiences when using the same method and consuming the same amount of the same strain.
The psychoactive “high” is experienced as an altered state of mind and can include complete euphoria, giggles, the “munchies”, feeling relaxed, heightened sensory experiences, a distortion of time or even feeling paranoid and having delusions. If you’re unsure how you’ll react to THC, it’s best to start with a low dose and go slow. Remember that methods like smoking, dabbing and tinctures will cause more immediate effects for a shorter duration, while the sensation from highly-potent edibles may take longer to kick in but can last for several hours.