But there are certain bits of advice that will make any experience better. Enjoy four random but useful pieces of advice for cannabis consumers everywhere.

1. Black pepper to combat paranoia/anxiety.

Some people claim that chewing on black peppercorns, or even just a good whiff of black pepper straight from the shaker, is enough to prevent cannabis-induced anxiety or paranoia.

It turns out that combining the ingestion of cannabis and black pepper creates a synergistic chemical reaction on the cannabinoid receptors in the brain.

This means that, when combined, some people may experience a relaxing effect.

2. Clean your glassware with coarse grain kosher salt and rubbing alcohol.

This method works best for glass pipes.

Take two Ziploc bags and put one inside of the other, and gently put your glassware inside the bags.

The two bags are to ensure that if one accidentally rips open, the other will still be there to catch any spillage.

Fill the bag on the inside with rubbing alcohol (enough to cover your piece).

Then, add a few tablespoons of salt, and gently shake and rub the bags.

The salt will provide for a gentle but effective abrasive for the hard to reach spots as the rubbing alcohol cleans the piece.

When you’re done, rinse your piece thoroughly with water, let it dry, and your piece is as good as new!

3. Eat a mango to get a better high.

Cannabis and mangoes share a terpene called myrcene.

This can describe why some people believe that eating a mango before using cannabis may lead to faster, stronger, and longer-lasting highs when eaten around 45 minutes before smoking.

And if it doesn’t work for you?

The worst case scenario is that you get to enjoy a delicious and nutritious tropical fruit and then smoke your favorite weed.
It’s a win-win!

4. Eat half of the recommended dose for your edible and WAIT.

If you’re trying edibles, most people make the mistake of eating too much too fast, and almost always regret it.

Edibles provide a strong high and you sometimes have to wait longer than expected for it to kick it.

That’s why our advice is to WAIT after eating half of the recommended dosage.

On average, it can take a half hour to an hour to kick in, but in some cases it takes as long as two hours.

In the same way your mom always told you not to forget your sweater before going out, we hope our advice will keep you feeling warm and taken care of.