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Q: Marijuana tolerence? ( No Answer,   5 Comments )
Subject: Marijuana tolerence?
Category: Health > Alternative
Asked by: emx620-ga
List Price: $10.00
Posted: 04 May 2006 14:06 PDT
Expires: 03 Jun 2006 14:06 PDT
Question ID: 725531
I had a question.  I am a marijuana smoker, and I'm not looking for
condemnation on here.  I'm not getting as high as I used to when I
first started smoking.  I was wondering what would help me get high? 
I was guessing taking a break would help, but how long of a break
would suffice?  Thanks.
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Subject: Re: Marijuana tolerence?
From: redfoxjumps-ga on 04 May 2006 14:47 PDT
I wonder I your tolerence would be reduced if you took sweat baths?

No doubt this is listed in some drug handbook.

Maybe change the environment.   Films. Music. Companions.
Subject: Re: Marijuana tolerence?
From: schylaar-ga on 04 May 2006 16:42 PDT
I can't imagine you would get too many helpful comments on here
considering the subject matter of your enquiry. Why not try going to (it's a moderated message board) where you will find
many friendly, mature and knowledgable people who could better answer
this particular question. Have a look through the marijuana forum.
Piece of advice though - use the search engine feature first to see if
anyone else has asked that same question before otherwise you might
get flamed for asking a many-times-over answered question.

~* Schylaar *~
Subject: Re: Marijuana tolerence?
From: elids-ga on 04 May 2006 17:13 PDT
You can find an in depth study on the subjet at

Implications of the Phenomenon
for Problems of Drug Abuse
Charles R. Schuster, Ph.D.
Most studies in the area of behavioral pharmacology involve the determination
of the effects of a number of different doses of a drug
on a particular behavior. For accuracy in the determination of a
drug?s potency, such dose-response studies are designed to minimize
the interaction of previous drug experience with the effects of each
subsequent dose. These studies are essential to determine the profile
of behavioral actions of different classes of pharmacologic
agents. There are a number of reasons, however, for studying the
behavioral actions of drugs given repeatedly under conditions where
prior dose experience is likely to modify its subsequent actions.
The most compelling reason for conducting such studies ...
Subject: Re: Marijuana tolerence?
From: lament-ga on 24 May 2006 16:11 PDT
The half-life of marijuana in your system is a week, wait that long,
take a nice bong rip and you'll be stoned off ur ass.
Subject: Re: Marijuana tolerence?
From: smartenglishguy420-ga on 16 Jul 2006 00:49 PDT
Ive been smoking for about 3 years, about 4 'heads' a day (usually in
the evening) and ive learned that once you stop smoking for about 4
days i usually get a pretty good high. To do this i usually drink a
lot of water, get plenty of exercise, keep my mind off pot (read
books, videogames, movies, music, etc). I can go for a week and get a
really really good high but i dont see much of a point, 4 days does it
for me.  Ive also learned (through the Internet) that every 36 to 48
hours of abstinence, your body clears 50% of the THC, so in about 6
days your tolerance level is reduced to 12.5% of your THC level.  I
also take Melatonin (herbal supplement) at night to go to sleep
quicker, i have better dreams and feel refreshed the next day on
Melatonin. It can help once those days of "smoking till you get
headaches" come around, so you dont feel so burnt out.  I think
vitamins might help to reduce tolerance too, and tea, tea helps.
mostly exercise, water, and psychological attention (to reduce the
anxiety of taking a break from your loved marijuana)

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