Indica, Sativa, or Hybrid As Minds Collide

Sativa, Indica or Hybrid?

There is an interesting assumption that I made when I discovered Cannabis at 35 years of age. What was it? That while the herb will open your mind, it won’t change what you believe.

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What is ‘Head High’?

The simplest way to define a head high is experiencing a sudden uplift in physical and emotional energy as soon as you finish a joint. As the name suggests, this feeling concentrates on the mind and can also help in increasing creativity.

The head high depends largely on the chemical concentration of the plant, how you are consuming the drug and your history of smoking. If you smoke THC-high weed, you are most likely to get head high.

Even though the effects happen faster, they will not last long. High-Grade weed can keep the user high for about three to four hours. The effects can range from giggly and creative to anxious and paranoid. It depends on the strain and the consumer body reaction to it.

In addition to drastic behavioral change, other effects include low lids, red eyes and the notorious cottonmouth.

What is ‘Body High’?

The simplest difference between head high and body high is that the former is all about being ‘up’, while the latter is about being ‘low’.

As we associate the head high with uplifted behavior, body high or being stoned is associated with dopey, sleepy, heavy and drowsy feelings. When you are head high, everything will move fast and rapidly. On the other hand, when you are stoned, everything will move in slow motion.

CBD-enriched weed creates this effect on the users where they feel calm and relieved. It also makes the user feel sleepy. Therefore, it is a great remedy for patients of insomnia.

Another difference between mind and body high is that the latter takes longer to kick in, but when it does, it stays for a long time.

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