1. Create an environment where you feel safe
Weed smoking can cause anxieties. If you’re relaxed, you’re less likely to have a bad trip. Some people prefer a closed environment. Others might feel safer outside in nature surrounded by people they love.
2. Create an environment where you are safe
When yousmoke weed, you become intoxicated. Be with sober people who will make sure you don’t put yourself in harm’s way and can get you medical assistance if necessary.
3. Know that a difficult trip isn’t the same thing as a bad one
During an experience, you may be confronted by your own subconscious fears and repressed feelings. Be ready to deal with your problems. Even a difficult ride can be therapeutic, cathartic or downright transcendent.
4. But you might have a bad trip, so know what that means
Bad trips are experiences defined by anxieties, fears or other powerful negative emotions that don’t have a basis in reality. Be aware that this can happen. Remember the importance of having someone nearby who can help you relax.
5. Dosage is important
Star small. Don’t smoke or eat too much weed when you start. And wait for it to kick in. Then up the dose a little to see what happens and if your are fit for it.
6. Embrace the experience
“Trust, let go, be open.” It is the best way for any drugs experience to go smoothly. Let go of your imaginary control over everything.
7. Get rid of the weed effect quick
Get ome sugar in you to reduce the effect. Drink orange juice or eat candy it will reduce the effect of weed quick. If nothing is available fuit or just plain sugar will also work.