How to recover after smoking too much weed.
Ok so there you are, chilling with some mates, passing the joint, bong or whatever and after a while it hits you. A drop in blood pressure, blood sugar and sane thoughts. It happens to the best of us and in my part of the world it's called a "Whitey" as you go pale and feel like you want to be sick. Some people call it a "greenie" or something else. It differs from region to region. Just don't be dicks like we were to a kid throwing a whitey at the smokers area in College. He got so much shit thrown at him, abuse hurled and thrown into a fence, eventually puking on one of the biggest dicks there. Pretty funny.
So what causes them?
Cannabis affects the blood sugar and pressure levels. It explains the red-eye and wooziness people sometimes experience.
Whiteying is perceived by the stoner subculture as the result of using too much cannabis within too short a period of time. In fact the factors that usually facilitate fainting, such as tiredness, lack of fluids and food, and a hot and humid environment, as well as natural hypotension, are just as important as the amount of cannabis involved. Therefore, one can 'throw' a whitey having used only what may be regarded as a perfectly moderate dosage. Whiteying sometimes involves vomiting and shakiness. It has been alleged in some internet sites that Whiteying (in this case, vomiting) is a result of having low blood sugar
Happens when smoking too much weed, you go pale, feel dizzy and drowsy, and start to vomit. When on a whitey you often stop talking. If you whitey keep smoking more weed, until you have passed it. Sleeping while on a whitey makes you spin out and feel worse.
Enough with the science, faggot. How do I avoid these?
Know your body...
No, not fapping. Just know your limits. Much like drinking (Yes I hate making weed/booze comparisons as there is none, but the theory still stands). Basically smoke in different situations, mindsets and areas to know where your anxirty levels are, and more importantly to realise what causes you to feel ill. Do you feel worse when you walk? How about uphill? What about at a party situation with all those people? Everyone reacts differently, so knowing your limits is a great way to be more comfortable after a bad experience.The "tolerance adjustment" method
For this you will need access to a large quantity of Cannabis. The higher potency the better. Right, now smoke that in a week and raise that tolerance, bitch! If you are used to feeling less stoned than you usally do, then this is a good method. Oh, and if you have a load of weed lying around or the funds to afford it.The "sweet munchies" method
As reccommended by myself. I smoked a 1g blunt of Lemon Skunk (I Used to grow) before i boarded the bus to College (High School for American folk). It was all going swimmingly until I got the warm feeling of vomit in my throat. Music soon became evil, tunnel vision set in and I had to get help. I actually texted reject
from &T and he said to "eat something sugary or minty" and it will soon subside. I suppose it makes sense as your blood sugar lowers, so eating or drinking sweet things rebalances it. Kinda like Diabeetus. When I got to College after gorging on Ice Gems I bought a Lucozade and sat red-eyed in my lecture, and sure enough I felt better within 30 minutes. Of course, it depends on if you just ate etc. Times do vary.The gum method
Sometimes minty things also help. A bit of gum, or some mint sweets. No idea why, but it kinda works. Just don't have too many and get the shits as a result.The "Anchor" method
My Counsellor actually taught me this for bouts of Anxiety.
Close your eyes, relax.
Notice 5 things you can hear. Think fo them and picture them.
Notice 5 things you can touch. Anything. Cock included. Whatever. Just chill and realise your place in the scheme of things.
Now open your eyes and notice 5 things you can see. What colour are they? What do they do?
Just realise and bring yourself back. Works quite nicely.The Music method
Not the best, but put on some good tunes. Just relax. Realise it's only temporary, and you are not alone.