What food makes you higher?
Some stoners may opt for chicken and chips or other munchies while under the influence, yet there are some appetising alternatives than can enhance your high.
Here's a list of foods that can take your high to the next level:
Weed’s distant cousin contains high levels of terpenes (beta-caryophyllene) that bind with cannabinoids to help with bodily pain management and depression.
Nuts contain high levels of fatty acids (Omega-3) which aid cannabinoids through the blood-brain barrier. These healthy fats can help you become high quicker and stay high much longer.
Mangoes also contain terpenes- in particular, mycrene is thought to strengthen and lengthen your high by helping cannabinoids through the blood-brain barrier.
Try some mangoes an hour before a smoke session.
Black and green teas contain an antioxidant (catechin) that can bind with cannabinoid receptors in the brain to cause a feeling of relaxation. Alongside cannabis, tea can lift your mood, increase feelings of euphoria and decrease stress.
Sweet potatoes contain vitamins that help the brain to produce serotonin, a chemical that helps to regulate anxiety, happiness and mood.
If you tend to have negative thoughts when high, sweet potato might be the food for you.