How To Smoke Weed For The First Time - WeedSeedShop
Monday, Aug 14, 2017

If you’re new to smoking weed, the entire concept about how to even do it may seem foreign. Once you get past the hurdle of actually getting it, how do you use it? What does it do! Ah, well, your curiosity has led you this far, and we think that’s exciting. Being well informed on what marijuana does, where to get it and how to use it responsibly will set up a good first experience.

There’s nothing worse than creating an aversion to weed because you screwed up the first time by taking too much. Avoid that problem by reading this guide on how to smoke weed successfully for the first time!

Before you go jumping into the marijuana experience, you should acknowledge some of its effects first. This could save you a lot of anxiety when those effects start taking place. First and foremost, it is a psychedelic, mind-altering substance. It is going to make you high, which means everything is going to feel very weird and funny. It’s nothing like alcohol or other intoxicants that you might have tried.

Don’t have anywhere to be or anything to do on the day that you decide to smoke. This prevents any awkward situations with people that you don’t want to know you are smoking weed. And of course, it saves you from looking silly in front of your friends and family. Smoke with friends that have already smoked weed before. It will feel more supportive and they will be able to guide you through the experience. Don’t smoke and drive! You are going to be intoxicated. Leave driving up to a friend who isn’t smoking or just agree to crash at your friend’s place! It’s not worth ending up in jail or in a car accident just to smoke a joint. Be gentle with yourself. You don’t know your limits yet when it comes to marijuana, so don’t go too fast too soon. Learn how to deal with an intense cannabis experience by reading this article in case it does happen (it happens to the best of us!) Finally, don’t allow yourself to be peer pressured. If you don’t want to smoke (anymore), you don’t have to!