Article by The Fresh Toast
Logic says that the more weed that’s smoked, the higher a person will get and the longer he or she will be able to maintain the high. This is true up to a point. When it comes to cannabis, everybody has a personal level of tolerance. And once a person gets to a certain point, the THC could make one feel drowsy, sedated and uncomfortable.
Consuming too much marijuana is never a good feeling, producing highs that may include paranoia and could last for hours. According to research, THC levels in the blood peak about eight minutes after smoking. If consumption continues, a person will get higher, but things could get very messy, resulting in a crash nap. Consider the moment that a person is tipsy and having fun, but more drinking may lead to becoming black-out drunk.
High THC levels are also correlated with higher levels of anxiety and paranoia, which would make the whole experience more uncomfortable and could produce symptoms like nausea and vomiting.
Consuming too much THC may also increase the intensity of the “marijuana hangover,” since THC gets stored in the body’s fat cells may appear over time, depending on how much THC was consumed. This can make a person feel groggy and tired for hours or days following consumption.