Side Effects Of THC

Side Effects Of THC

Side Effects Of THC, THC is undoubtedly the major psychoactive ingredient of the cannabis plant. In simple words, THC is responsible for getting you high. You et as much high as much the cannabis you are smoking is THC rich. But the question is, does THC has any side effect?

We are going to learn about the possible side effects of THC in this article.

General effects of THC:

Most compelling evidence, although many cannabis smokers reported that they feel sudden bursts of energy, happiness, and contentment after consuming weed. But the effects of THC totally depend upon the smoker. It is said that THC strains like super silver haze and cinderella 99 are used to enhance creativity. Because smoking cannabis raises the brain’s serotonin levels, people believe that THC is a kind of mood lifter. We can have positive effects of THC when we consume it in a small amount. But taking THC in large amounts can change the effects entirely.

Effects of consuming too much Weed:

However, It depends on the individual to know what is too much THC. Specially newcomers remain confused about what is too much. As a newcomer, you need to know your limits. Take a small amount of cannabis. It takes 15 minutes to get you high. After 15 minutes, check yourself where do you stand. Pace yourself slowly.

Following are the general side effects of consuming too much THC:

  • Dry or bloodshot eyes
  • Dry “cotton” mouth
  • Hypothermia/shivering
  • Racing heartbeat
  • Impaired coordination
  • Impaired thinking/concentration/learning
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Dizziness or vertigo 
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Anxiety or panic attack
  • Paranoia

Taking too much cannabis sometimes can have extreme side effects as well. According to Dr Adie Rae, a neuroscientist and scientific adviser to Weedmaps, these extreme side effects may include:

  • Psychotic-like symptoms (such as hallucinations or delusions)
  • Cardiac injury (one of the few potential long-term side effects of overconsuming THC)
  • Seizure 

“The intensity and duration of all these effects are proportional to the dose of THC: the more in the bloodstream, the more likely you are to experience these side effects. You’re more likely to have negative side effects from eating cannabis products compared to smoking flower. Ingesting concentrates is associated with the most dangerous and severe side effects,” says Dr Rae.

Studies on side effects:

A very little research is done on the side effects of THC so far. However, in line with Dr Rae’s assertions, one 2020 study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal showed that issues with THC dosing in edible cannabis products could lead to negative effects. Edible consumption of THC delivers delayed results, leading many to over-consume before the full effect sets in. Gauging doses of edibles is often difficult as well, especially with unregulated products.

How to avoid side effects:

Although this may be true, You can avoid experiencing side effects of THC just by consuming cannabis in moderation. “To avoid negative side effects, start with a low dose, and increase slowly over time. For inhalation, that’s one puff every 15 minutes. For edibles, wait at least two hours before ingesting any more, or ride out the mellow experience and try a larger dose the next time around,” Dr Rae advised.

While this may be true, According to Dr Rae, concentrates are most dangerous and should be left to more experienced consumers. In fact, she recommends that those who can only experience a high from concentrates try taking a tolerance break.

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