If you’re not sure if you’re high, it’s probably best to wait it out. The effects of cannabis can vary depending on the person, the method of consumption, and the THC content. Generally, the effects of cannabis can be felt within minutes if smoked, and up to an hour if ingested.
The most common symptoms of being high on cannabis are:
- Increased appetite
- Dry mouth
- Red eyes
Cannabis can also cause some people to feel paranoid, anxious, or confused. If you start to feel any of these negative effects, it’s best to sit down, relax, and drink some water.
In most cases, the effects of cannabis will peak within 2-3 hours and will gradually wear off after that. However, some people may feel the effects for much longer.
If you’re still unsure if you’re high, it’s always best to err on the side of caution and wait it out. Remember, the effects of cannabis can vary from person to person, so what may seem like a mild high to one person could be a very intense experience for another.
If you’re worried about how cannabis will affect you, it’s best to consult with a medical marijuana specialist or other health care professional before using it.