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My Tolerance Stays Low!

Discussion in 'Marijuana Consumption Q&A' started by BoBo321, Dec 29, 2012.

  1. So I've been smoking on and off for about 3 years, but just recently started smoking a lot more often, like every other day sometimes every day. And my tolerance is still low as it was the first time I smoked. I get high of a half a bowl, and really high off of a fully packed bowl.. And I mean totally stupid high. Also I'm in brake so I've been smoking every day for a couple of times. Any one else feel like this??
     
  2. I get pretty lit on a small bowl too and I smoke everyday. A bowl a day keeps the anxiety away!
     
  3. Ok cool just weird all my friend are not like that they smoke a lot and get high. But also for got to mech my highs last a long time like 6+ hours
     
  4. I was like that too, then i smoked every day for 2 weeks and I just felt my tolerance drop for the first time in a year. So i'm on a T break now, been a week.
     
  5. Yeah idk and I'm smoking some exotic weed to lol idk but I'm not hating
     
  6. Must be great. I've reached a point were weed doesn't even get me high but makes me sleepy lol. Definitely time for a T break...
     
  7. You've just not hit that point yet.
     
  8. Maybe you're just packing bigger bowls, so your half bowl is always a little bigger? Haha, fuck I'm stoned.
     
  9. You'll start noticing it eventually. And when it does get up there and you have the multiple time a day lifestyle then it's really hard to get down back to where you started.
     

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