When you smoke cannabis from your favorite weed shops in Denver, youâ€™ll gradually build your tolerance up. The more you use it and the more often you start taking cannabis
, the more your tolerance will increase. Eventually, youâ€™ll hit a point when youâ€™ll start to feel like you just canâ€™t get high anymore. This experience is known as hitting a plateau and it happens to every regular smoker. Hereâ€™s what you need to know.
What It Feels Like When You Hit Plateau
Plateaus donâ€™t happen overnight. They take time to develop. For some regular smokers, it can take years for their tolerance to get high enough that they no longer feel the effects of cannabis. Once you reach that plateau, youâ€™ll start to feel that youâ€™re not getting high no matter how much cannabis you take. That doesnâ€™t mean youâ€™re not still experiencing the beneficial effects of cannabis. Many users still find it helps them relax even if they donâ€™t feel high. You just wonâ€™t experience the same feeling that you used to when you started using.Â
What You Can Do to Overcome It
Believe it or not, itâ€™s possible to break through a plateau and there are a few things you can try to increase your chances of success. The best way to break through a plateau is to stop using cannabis for a while. Most people start to lose their tolerance to weed after a few weeks off the grass. That said, you donâ€™t have to quit cold-turkey to change things up and start experiencing that buzz again.
You can also change the type of cannabis you normally take. For example, if you normally use the same strain whether itâ€™s through a vape pen or a bowl, youâ€™ll build a tolerance for that specific strain. Remember, THC levels are different in every type of cannabis you use. By changing things up, your body will respond to the new strain in different ways. You may end up feeling high more quickly or be able to use less just because youâ€™re using a different strain.
For some dedicated smokers, switching strains isnâ€™t always enough. If youâ€™re one of them, consider changing how you use cannabis. Instead of smoking or vaping, try edibles. These allow you to better control the amount of THC you consume at any given time. After you get used to using edibles, you may be able to go back to your preferred method of cannabis use without worrying about that annoying plateau.
Donâ€™t Give UpÂ
When you feel like you canâ€™t power through a plateau, the temptation to just keep smoking is real. That said, itâ€™s not the best way to break through the feeling of not getting high. Itâ€™s wasteful and makes you run through your stash too quickly. Instead, stop by your nearest location of Altitude the Dispensary and let our budtenders help you find the best option for your tolerance level. Make sure to sign up for our loyalty program
for future savings, specials, and more before you stop by.