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First ever cannabis experience

Discussion in 'Cannabis Experiences' started by PapaPete, Dec 3, 2011.

  1. PapaPete

    PapaPete Silver Member

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    (Warning I'm drunk)

    My first ever cannabis high occurred a couple years ago. It was a sort of high that came in waves. Over the course of like 3 hours I felt intoxication. It was an up and down. One moment I felt high the next I was normal. The weed I smoke now has me feeling high for 3 hours straight. Is there different weed that makes you cycle or is all weed same?
     
  2. Malcolm Xtreme

    Malcolm Xtreme Silver Member

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    There are 9 different Delta-9 THC isomers, and the exact chemical makeup/potency of each strain of Marijuana is different. However, the in-and-out high experience you are explaining seems more likely to just be a case where you weren't as familiar with cannabis as you are now, and were unaware you were high, when you actually were.

    For example, the first time SWIM smoked cannabis, he and a good friend smoked 4 whole bowls of premium cannabis. During and immediately afterwards, he felt sober as could be... 15 minutes later, SWIM was absolutely stoned and fast-approaching unintelligibility.