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“How to become unhigh?” “How long does it take, and what is the fastest way to get unhigh?” These are questions posed all the time when a patient gets a medical marijuana card. We’ve all heard horror stories about over-indulgence, the anxiety that hits when you drop a little too much edible down the hatch. Fortunately, there is a solution for this.

 

We get patients all the time who are weary of certain products because the strength of cannabis in 2024 can be a lot to handle, especially when you don’t have a tolerance. UNDOO is the perfect product to have on hand.

 

Elevate is proud to say that we’ve partnered with the brand that distributes UNDOO to bring you protection from over-indulgence.

What is UNDOO?

 

UNDOO is a patented product that is an emergency formula designed to efficiently and swiftly clear your head NATURALLY. UNDOO is all-natural and does not contain sugar, CBD, stimulants, or caffeine. Whether you need to reset your tolerance or calm down due to accidental overindulgence, UNDOO is the product for you.

How Does UNDOO Work?

 

Our bodies naturally produce olivetolic acid to clear our high. This is why we don’t stay high forever. However, in the case of Cannabis overconsumption, we do not produce enough olivetolic acid at a fast enough rate for our comfort level. When UNDOO hits your stomach with water, it is essentially using the body’s natural mechanism to clear the psychoactive effect of THC.

How Will I Know If I’m Too High?

 

You might know if you’re too high on THC by paying attention to a few key signs. 

 

Overconsumption of THC can often lead to feelings of paranoia, anxiety, and even panic attacks. If you notice any of these symptoms, you should take a step back and assess your mental state.

 

Other physical signs of being overly intoxicated with THC include feeling dizzy or lightheaded, having difficulty concentrating or focusing, feeling excessively tired or sluggish, getting red eyes, and experiencing increased heart rate.

 

More severe reactions could involve intense headaches or migraines, nausea and vomiting, heavy sweating or chills, difficulty breathing due to asthma-like symptoms such as chest tightness or wheezing, rapid heartbeat or palpitations, severe confusion and disorientation that lasts for hours at a time, deep depression or sadness that lasts long after the effects of the weed have dissipated. In extreme cases, a person can experience an adverse reaction known as Greening Out, which can include seizures and psychosis.

 

In addition to these physical symptoms, one should also be aware of how much weed has been consumed throughout the day. If large amounts have been ingested in a single session, then it is likely that one may be too high on THC. It is essential to practice moderation when smoking marijuana to avoid overconsumption and any associated side effects. Also, it is important to be aware of what strain is being used, as certain varieties are more potent than others, which can lead to an unexpected level of intoxication if not monitored closely.

Fastest Way to Get Unhigh: 8 Natural Methods

 

1. Exercise

 

Engaging in physical activity, such as going for a run or playing sports, can help to reduce the effects of THC by burning off excess energy and speeding up metabolism. This can help to sober someone up faster than if they were sitting on the couch.

 

2. Drink Water

 

Drinking plenty of water can help flush out excess THC from the body, reducing its effects. Additionally, staying hydrated helps to prevent dehydration, which can also contribute to feeling ‘high’ after consuming cannabis products.

 

3. Avoid Sugary Drinks

 

Unlike plain water, sugary drinks like soda can actually make you feel worse when trying to sober up from THC as they contain high amounts of sugar that will further increase intoxication levels.

 

4. Take a Nap

 

Taking a nap can help someone sober up faster than if they stayed awake because sleeping gives your body time to metabolize and break down the THC in your system naturally without any external inputs or interference from outside sources.

 

5. Eat Healthy Foods

 

Eating healthy foods that are rich in vitamins and minerals helps your body create new cells to replace those affected by THC faster, thus helping you sober up faster than if you had eaten unhealthy foods like junk food or other processed items with little nutritional value.

 

6. Consume Caffeinated Beverages

 

Caffeine is known for its ability to block adenosine receptors, which can reduce feelings of tiredness caused by excessive marijuana consumption and help someone become more alert and aware of their surroundings quicker than if they stayed sedentary or consumed alcohol instead of caffeine-based beverages like coffee or tea.

 

7. Take a Cold Shower or Bath

 

Taking a cold shower or bath can help bring down someone’s body temperature, which is known to be one of the principal causes behind feeling ‘high’ after consuming cannabis products. The cold water also helps reduce inflammation in the veins, helping someone sober up more quickly than if they chose not to take a cold shower/bath.

 

8. Go Outside and Get Some Fresh Air

 

Going outside and breathing in fresh air activates the olfactory senses, which reduces feelings associated with being ‘high.’ Additionally, going outdoors provides natural distraction as well as chances for physical activity – both of which are helpful when trying to sober up from cannabis consumption quickly without any external inputs required from outside sources like caffeine or other substances containing stimulants (which may cause unwanted side-effects).

How Long Does It Take To Unhigh?

 

The time it takes to sober up from a cannabis high varies widely depending on several factors, including the method of consumption, the potency of the product, and individual differences such as metabolism and tolerance. Smoking or vaping typically results in a quicker onset and shorter duration of effects, usually wearing off within 2 to 3 hours, while edibles can take 30 minutes to 2 hours to kick in and last anywhere from 4 to 8 hours, sometimes longer. 

 

Additionally, higher doses and more potent strains can extend the duration of the high. Individual physiology, such as metabolism speed and body mass, also plays a significant role, making the experience highly personal and variable.

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About the author

Michael Lawal is a seasoned content writer with specialized expertise in the medical cannabis industry. With a background that blends journalism and health sciences, Michael has a knack for translating complex medical cannabis research into accessible and engaging content. His writing portfolio showcases a range of work from informative articles and research summaries to patient education materials. Committed to raising awareness about the benefits and responsible use of medical cannabis, Michael's work is a valuable resource for both consumers and professionals in the field.
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