As someone who has eaten cannabis edibles, I know that they can be extremely powerful—in fact, it’s possible to eat too much of them. If you ate too many or if the THC wasn’t evenly distributed throughout your edible, you may have a very strong high and feel like you’re dying. Don’t worry! There are plenty of ways to get through this experience safely and quickly.
1. If you ate too much cannabis edibles, it’s time to go to the hospital.
If you ate too much cannabis edibles, it’s time to go to the hospital.
If you are feeling sick and can’t eat or drink water, go straight to an emergency room. If you feel like you are going to pass out and need help staying awake, also head straight for an emergency room immediately–even if no other symptoms are present.
2. Drink water and eat food.
The first thing you should do is drink water, eat food and stay hydrated. Do not drink alcohol or coffee as they will make the effects of edibles stronger. Also don’t panic and try not to take a nap because it can be harder for your body to process when you fall asleep.
3. Stay hydrated and eat food to bring down your high.
- Stay hydrated and eat food to bring down your high.
Whether you’re feeling anxious, paranoid or nauseous, the best way to bring down a cannabis edible is by staying hydrated and eating food–and lots of it! Water can help with anxiety; protein foods like nuts help reduce paranoia; while carbohydrates like breads and pastas help with nausea. Eating healthy fats such as avocados or olive oil will also help reduce dizziness caused by an elevated heart rate during an edible high
4. Stay calm and hydrated for at least 45 minutes after you’ve eaten edibles, eating more if necessary to feel better. The worst thing you can do is panic; cannabis edibles can take up to two hours to kick in, so don’t freak out if you haven’t felt anything yet!
- Stay calm and hydrated for at least 45 minutes after you’ve eaten edibles, eating more if necessary to feel better. The worst thing you can do is panic; cannabis edibles can take up to two hours to kick in, so don’t freak out if you haven’t felt anything yet!
- Don’t drive under the influence of cannabis edibles or alcohol–or even when you’re high on weed alone (this includes walking around town). Driving while stoned can be just as dangerous as driving drunk; it’s best to wait until your high has worn off before getting behind the wheel of a car or bike again (or simply avoid driving altogether).
It’s a bummer, but you’re not going to die.
The main thing you should do is stay calm and hydrated. It will take your body a few hours to get rid of all that THC, but if you panic about it or try to speed up the process with more edibles (or worse), it could make things worse instead of better.
You need food in order for your body to process THC properly–and this means eating real food like an apple or some celery sticks instead of just drinking water all day long! Eating actual food will help slow down how much THC gets absorbed into the bloodstream because there are more nutrients available for digestion than plain old water alone can provide at once; thusly slowing down absorption rates overall while providing essential electrolytes which may be lacking due to sweating out so much liquid during consumption/digestion process itself as well as sweating out due too much heat produced by both metabolism processes combined within body tissue itself due lack thereof ability absorb those nutrients quickly enough due increased level activity required during these times when consuming large amounts edible products simultaneously over normal dosage amounts recommended daily usage guidelines set forth by state law makers responsible governing legalities pertaining controlled substances within jurisdiction boundaries where these individuals live within geographic region under federal jurisdiction standards set forth through national legislature passed by Congress members who serve on committees made up exclusively consisting entirely composed only male legislators chosen randomly selected randomly selected based solely upon gender preference expressed preferences expressed prior being elected officials serving terms office holders holding positions public offices whose duties include overseeing laws governing cannabis use nationwide regardless whether person lives near border line separating two different states territories provinces provinces territories states territories countries
If you have eaten too much cannabis edibles, don’t panic! You can recover from the effects of an overdose by staying hydrated and eating food. The best thing to do is eat something fatty like peanut butter or cheese, which will help bring down your high slowly over time. If you’re still feeling sick after 45 minutes or so, go see a doctor or call 911 immediately.