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This makes it easy to only use a small amount if you need less help falling asleep, or you can go for two or three spritzes when you really need to re-regulate your sleep. It’s also great for traveling or for using any time you don’t have a glass of water on your nightstand. Erica Vega is Lush's Brand and Product Expert, specializing in Lush product use and education. She's been with the brand for over 12 years, previously holding roles as Product Trainer and Experiential Content Designer. Once you have your ingredients, follow these basic steps: Contents. Only terpenes derived from cannabis or hemp are safe to be vaped and they ensure the best possible experience. Just make sure you are using the right flavor profile and most importantly: the right amount. Terpenes are much more potent that flavor concentrates and only a very small amount is enough to make their presence felt. Ideally you should start with somewhere between 0.5 – 1.0% and give the mix a try. If the flavor still is not strong enough you can add a bit more terpenes, but as long as you don’t overdo it. This study focused on the use of THC-dominant marijuana in patients with glaucoma who were at risk of losing their eyesight due to rising intra-ocular pressure. Initially, the study participants saw a marked increase in their blood pressure. After a short while, their systolic and diastolic pressure fell, suggesting that the THC present in cannabis can lower blood pressure. As Sativa strains of cannabis have a higher THC content that Indica strains, this suggests it could lower blood pressure within moments of using it. 2323 16th St, Bakersfield (3.67 mi) 40 Chester Ave, Bakersfield (3.79 mi) 3315 S H St, Bakersfield (5.52 mi) 4306 Ming Ave, Bakersfield (5.85 mi) 3301 Panama Ln, Bakersfield (7.76 mi) Illinois Judge Allows 11-Year-Old Girl To Use Medical Marijuana At School. Open or Close content below Greeting Card Services. When I was about 17 I was on a camping trip with a dozen or so friends. One night, a few went off to get high and invited me along. I had tried smoking cannabis several times, but nothing happened. Sure, I’ll give it a whirl…Probably I’ll just feel nothing again. This is getting ridiculous”…Determined to try to feel SOMETHING from smoking, I naively took several REALLY long, deep hits-holding it as long as I could in my lungs. Wiping it away, I wondered how the heck my cheek had gotten wet? I looked inside myself and thought, “What the hell IS this?? I’m not sad about anything…what the heck am I crying for”?? My body was crying- all on it’s own- which seemed completely disconnected from ME and what I was feeling. Then, I had a frightening, full blown hallucination: I noticed an old man wearing a slicker, standing in the dark, rainy night and holding aloft a lantern.
He crossed the arched stone bridge which spanned the river where we were camped, and scuttled up to the window of the car I was in (almost like a quick, creepy spider)! Holding his lantern up, he leered in at me, and telepathically conveyed he was going to arrest me! There was NO bridge, old man in a slicker, or lantern anywhere)! This was all in the first 5 minutes of me being high. Suffice it to say, my one experience of getting high started off in this awful way and just went downhill after that. I finally got to crawl into my sleeping bag, and just kept telling myself to go to sleep…you’ll wake up in the morning and all of this will be over. But the experience completely knocked away my sense of self-confidence. And unfortunately, for the next 3 years, or so, I suffered from pretty severe panic attacks. I thought perhaps I was being punished for breaking the “rules” and smoking grass.
Went to a Psychiatrist for a year, but that provided no help. He just analyzed my dreams for a year…very discouraging. Still, I mentally kept trying to talk myself back up to a place of confidence again. I kept challenging myself to go places I was scared of, to try to fight the panic that threatened. With age, and having supportive, loving family where I was safe and secure, I got to a place where my disgust and disdain for this panic, (and it’s control over me), outweighed the strength of the panic attacks.