Sometimes, you need a little extra something to bring your cannabis high to the next level. The same goes for alcohol, coffee, CBD—anything that alters your natural state.

There are many external and internal influences at play when consuming marijuana, such as your diet, age, and tolerance. While some factors are out of your control, we found these all-natural ways to help you feel higher.

Keep reading to find out more!

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When’s a Good Time to Increase Your High?

The beauty of marijuana consumption is that it’s all up to you. Weed is extremely adaptable to your mood, timing, and desired experience. When you feel like mellowing out, opt for an indica strain with relaxing and calming properties. When you need an energy boost, reach for a sativa that feels similar to a cup of coffee. Your marijuana high can easily be altered to fit a number of scenarios and situations.

When’s a good time to increase your high? Certainly whenever you’d like, but most consumers say over the weekend when they have the time to relax on the couch with their favorite movie and favorite snacks. Maybe you want to laugh a little harder at the comedy show. Or maybe you want a more appreciative sense of the world around you. There’s no wrong time to up the ante, just stay safe.

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Feel Higher With the Help of These Foods

Please note that people react differently to each and every method—the same way they do to marijuana itself. What works for you may not work for your smoking buddy. Fortunately, each of these marijuana-upping methods is all-natural, which means you can try them all in a single evening and see which ones work best. There’s no harm or risk in a little natural experimenting.

Within the online cannabis community, there’s a lot of hype surrounding mangoes as a natural high stimulant. “Mangoes contain myrcene, an aromatic compound that has been associated with stress-relieving properties. If looking to mix mangoes and cannabis, start slow and try out different strains and cannabis-to-mangoes ratio.”

The addition of food, in general, is a great way to elevate your marijuana high. The same goes for coffee, green tea, chai, Red Bull, or anything with caffeine. A food or beverage that stimulates you pairs well with cannabis when you need that extra push. This combination “might produce an experience that’s focused and euphoric, great for completing chores around the house or for writing or completing assignments.”

Be advised that the addition of caffeine may make you feel higher to the point of discomfort or sickness. It’s best to start slow with small sips as you smoke. Foods such as peanuts or sweet potatoes might also boost your experience as they have plenty of omega-3, which is also present in cannabinoids. “Sweet potatoes are rich in B-vitamins and carbs, which boost serotonin and might offer a happy tinge to one’s high.”

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Try Foods That Are High in Omega-3

Since omega-3 is also found in cannabinoids, these foods may help you feel higher and prolong marijuana’s effects. The high from smoking weed usually lasts around 2 to 4 hours, but with these foods, it could last between 4 and 6, depending on your weight, diet, health, medical history, etc. Again, there are many factors at play.

These foods are high in omega-3

  • Salmon
  • Oysters
  • Chia seeds
  • Walnuts
  • Soybeans

If you have tried increasing your weed high through food, please let us know what worked for you! We’re sure other readers would love to know from your personal experience. Leave us a comment if you know any other ways to increase your high.

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