How To Deal With Tolerance When Smoking

Whether you have been smoking or consuming CBD infused edibles, we always end up with higher tolerance than we did compared back to when we first began smoking. It can get quite scary and maybe you want to either lessen the tolerance or to take a short break until you get that high back. But don’t fear because there are quite a few ways on how you can combat your high weed tolerance without you feeling bad from any withdrawal symptoms!

Here are five effective ways for you to combat high tolerance when smoking:

  1. Smaller or No Dabs

When you break out your dabs beforehand and make it smaller than your usual, you’ll be able to extend your supply while lowering your tolerance over the next few weeks. You can also try using half the buds you normal use. What you can do is to use dab mats or flat containers, as you’ll be able to pick the dabs from the mat when you need to. It saves you money in the long run!

If that doesn’t work, you can also try switching back to flowers. You can find that in many areas, flowers are cheaper and have less THC, which can help you lower your tolerance for the stronger stuff.

  1. Rolling Using Smaller Paper

You can also try rolling with smaller papers, which will have you roll smaller joints. By doing this, you’ll cut back on how much you smoke. Rolling using smaller papers will equal to smaller weed intake, as well as smaller blunts that will have you smoke less while lowering your tolerance. When smoking throughout the day, use smaller papers which will have you smoke less but with the same frequency.

Where can you buy smaller papers? Fortunately, there are quite a few brands that sell smaller sizes of your usual papers. If not, then you can still look around and see if there are other brands that sell smaller papers you may want.

  1. Smoking Fewer Times In a Day

You may want to consider smoking fewer times throughout the day. Instead of going over three times a day, try smoking and stretching out two sessions. You’ll be surprised that it will keep you high the whole time without feeling too stoned and feeling the ganja later on. Yes, you won’t need to smoke all day just to stay high. If you do, then you won’t be getting any higher but just building your tolerance. As long as you are taking high-quality weed, then you can go for twice a day and still stay high. I recommend that you simply add a bit more than what you regularly smoke for one session. A wake and bake plus a session before bedtime will help keep you going the whole time.

  1. Smoke With One-Hitter

A one-hitter is also known as a chillum, which is a small pipe that is enough for just one hit. When you use a one-hitter, you’ll be able to use less pot and smoke discreetly. When you’re out, you can simply sneak an afternoon smoke. They won’t accommodate a ton of weed because, like mentioned, it only fits one hit. That way, you don’t carry around a bag of weed. Pack your hitter, keep it in your pocket, and you’re good to go.

It’s great to use for your afternoon smoke, if you really have to smoke more than twice.

  1. Taking a Tolerance Break

If you have tried everything and it still doesn’t change your tolerance, then it may be time to quit cold turkey and take a break. Yes, it’s a dreadful option and should only be your last resort. It’s one of the most effective options as well, for sure. Simply prepare yourself and smoke less until you don’t smoke for the whole day. Continue the break for a week or two then go back to smoking. The first smoke will definitely feel the best, just like your first time!

Wrapping It Up

If you feel like you’re beginning to have high tolerance when smoking, then don’t worry. You won’t need to quit cold turkey or smoke much less than what you’re used to. As long as you know the proper ways on how to deal with a high tolerance, you’ll be able to get that high feeling back in time.

I hope that this article on how to deal with tolerance when smoking gave you an idea on what you can begin doing for a better smoking experience. So don’t wait any longer and try any of these methods out today.

If you have any questions or would like to share your tips and experience on combating high tolerance, then comment below. I would love to hear what you have to think.

Author: Robin Gupta