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Not Getting High, Smoked 9 Times

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by Ruler, Jan 25, 2014.

  1. Ok, here's a little background info: I'm a 6'0" tall, 123 lb male. I smoked marijuana the first time a month ago. I felt a little different, but maybe just a little less coordinated.
    Last week, I got 2 grams of some (seemingly) decent quality stuff. It's very smelly, green, and sticky. I know it's marijuana without a doubt.
    Well, since then I've smoked at least 5 hits each session 8 times. The most I did in one session was around 15 solid hits.
    I am inhaling correctly. I put my mouth to the pipe (usually an apple, first time was a glass pipe), inhale to about 90% of my lung capacity, pull back from the pipe and inhale a little air to make sure it gets into my lungs. I then hold it all in for 5-7 seconds and release the smoke in a slow, steady stream.
    All the effects I have received so far: 10 minutes after smoking, I feel a slight yet comfortable tightness in my chest. When i walk, it feels like most of my weight is on the heels of my feet or rather my body is aligned on my heels. Then, a very faint tingling/warmth on the top of my head. The tingling is the only thing that lasts more than 20 minutes, meaning it usually lasts 1-2 hours.
    Also, something odd I've noticed is that if I take a shower I feel 100% sober afterwards (if I was high before).

    My question is, am I doing something wrong? It was a good friend of mine who I received from, and he said some people just don't really get much from it the first few times. I'm really disappointed. I'm inhaling, it's real weed, and I want to get high. I don't know what's wrong.

    Thanks for any advice/help!
     
  2. You can snap out of most marijuana highs ( if not, you will be asleep). A shower is one of those things that can snap you out of it. Other than that, I can't think of any reasons why it affects you that way. What other drugs have you done?
     
  3. OppeMon,
    Sorry I'm on the iPhone so I can't mention you, but that's something I've always thought of as an issue. I have a very long list of consumed substances all previous to marijuana.
    To list a few: Percocet, Hydrocodone, Codeine, Liquid Morphine Sulfate, Vyvanse, Ritalin, Focalin XR, Gabapentin, Lyrica, DXM, and alcohol.
    Like I said, just a few. I no longer do any of those substances besides Gabapentin and Vyvanse, both of which I have for legit reasons (BTW, I had a script for everything I've done besides the alcohol of course haha), so I had no clue what's wrong. Am I expecting a high similar to the rush of the bliss from opiates? I'm not sure.
    Thanks for the reply!
     
  4. Your problem is you might be dying bro.
    Like seriously, 6", 120 pounds, do you eat or have manoxeria?
     
  5. I take both those meds too. I found out with smoking(with me) that after a couple smoke sessions with the same strain, I don't get high much. Simple fix. Try a new strain. If you can't do that, then smoke it a different way...vaporizer, water bong, etc. Hope this helps.Sent from my SPH-L900 using Grasscity Forum mobile app
     
  6. #6 OppeMon, Jan 25, 2014
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    It sounds like you are looking for the euphoric effects of weed, all those effects you described are normal physical effects. It sounds like all the medications you've taken has affected your ability to feel euphoria from weed. There's no cure for that besides getting off the medications (Vyvanse) that work with your dopamine receptors (which I doubt you will want to do). Have you tried Omega-3 supplements?
     
  7. It sounds to me like you may be trying to find a high that is similar to opiates you have taken in the past. Marijuana is not the same kind of high with the exception of a few strains. Like another person said maybe it ts the way you are smoking. Make a bong or a gravity bong and get you a rip out of there. If you don't get high from hitting a bong then maybe you are looking for something that is not there.
     
    Peace :wave:
     
  8. Thanks for the help! I did believe that to be the case....
    And I have JUST started to take my vyvanse again, if that matters. I had about 2 months break the first 3 days I started smoking. But, if I must, I would not be opposed to quitting it to at least feel this weed experience once. It's not too difficult for me to quit these substances.
     
  9. In my experience, my first time smoking weed felt the same as my first time using opiates, warmth included. Opiates work differently on the brain however, with effects that you don't even realize until it's too late. It took me 3 months to finally figure out that I was chasing a dragon I could never catch with opiates.
     
  10. #10 Weedology, Jan 25, 2014
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    I think honestly you might always be high because youre dying of starvation which leads to hallucinations. Sent from my iPhone using Grasscity Forum
     
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