3 Ways to Help Keep Your Weed Tolerance Low

Have you already built up your weed tolerance? Meaning that it takes you more weed to feel high? Here are some ways to help you keep your tolerance low. 

 

1. Take Breaks 

weed tolerance, marijuana tolerance, cannabis tolerance, low marijuana tolerance, low weed tolerance, marijuana, weed, cannabis, tolerance, lowering tolerance

Sometimes refered to as a "tolerance break", this can be vital in lowering your tolerance level. The reason for this is because using cannabis every day establishes a specific pattern in your body. When you start to use cannabis daily, and at high concentrations of THC, the receptors in your body become accustomed to the pairing. When you take a break, you are able to give your receptors time to adjust, which will help you feel high again, and with a smaller amount of cannabis. 

 

2. Change Up Your Usual Strain

weed tolerance, marijuana tolerance, cannabis tolerance, low marijuana tolerance, low weed tolerance, marijuana, weed, cannabis, tolerance, lowering tolerance

People can develop a tolerance to a specific strain, especially if it is one that you use daily. Strains that are uber-dank will most definitely build a high-tolerance to weed. So we suggest switching over to a strain that is less potent. In terms of dabbing, if you're taking a dab from top-shelf concentrates and still caught taking more than two dabs to feel anything, switch to a weaker concentrate for a couple of weeks. 

 

3. Drink Water

weed tolerance, marijuana tolerance, cannabis tolerance, low marijuana tolerance, low weed tolerance, marijuana, weed, cannabis, tolerance, lowering tolerance

Keeping hydrated is one of the most important ways to clean your system. By drinking water daily, not only is it helping your body, it's helping your tolerance by flushing it out of your body.