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Best Ways to Overcome the ‘Weed Hangover’ from Too Much THC Consumption

Charnell Lock



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Some people may suffer from what they call a “weed hangover.” This condition is seemingly marked by a foggy or groggy feeling, and it may occur by consuming too much THC.

One study assessed the phenomenon. The study entailed looking at 13 male participants. They smoked either 2.9 delta 9 THC or a placebo. Their smoke inhalation was monitored. The study’s findings suggested that marijuana smoking may be able to cause residual hangover effects a day after smoking. There is still a need to determine the precise nature, extent, and practical implications of the hangover effects.

Because there are still questions as to the nature and extent of the hangover, how to address it may also be unknown. But in general, perhaps some good hydration to cleanse the body may be the way to go. No guarantees though.

Charnell Lock lives in sunny San Diego but is originally from North Carolina and has been writing professionally since 2011. After four years with the Navy and an Associate's Degree in Liberal Arts, Charnell found her passion in creating diverse content with well-formatted research. Along with her years in active duty service, she is capable of crafting whimsical short stories to medical-oriented papers as her capacity to contribute here is immense and will be a staple for many years to come.


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