Cannabis differs from other “drugs” — like alcohol, sleeping tablets or painkillers — in that you do not need to perpetually increase the dosage to get the same effect. From personal experience, I’ve found that it actually seems to be the inverse. Over the years, I am consuming less in order to get as high as I need. The result is my cannabis supply lasts a very long time.
Peer pressure to macrodose
Maybe it has to do with the way that I’m smoking nowadays. When I started to consume cannabis, it was very much a social activity. As students back in the 90s, my friends and I would save up our pennies and buy our cannabis (which was usually hashish in UK’s North East). We would then go about consuming as much as we could in as short amount a time as possible. Little did we know that we were actually wasting the majority of the product we were consuming.
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