Up, up and away with this highly potent DIY joint
Published on March 10, 2023 by David Wylie
Do you want to get 40% THC-level high, but don’t trust the THC percentage on the label?
There’s a DIY solution.
Combine a few of the most potent cannabis concentrates in your own curated collection and roll yourself a rocket.
7 steps to absolute liftoff
Step 1: Start with the weed of your choice—I ground up the last of my frosty Alien Jelly flower from Vancouver Island’s FRESH (24% THC).
Step 2: On top of that I added little snakes of EarthWolf Farms Venom OG (70% THC normally used for dabs).
Step 3: Completing the trifecta inside the joint, I sprinkled a generous helping of kief from my grinder (50%-80% THC).
Step 4: Roll up the joint.
Step 5: Apply a thin layer oil concentrate with a sticky consistency to the outside of the joint. This is going to be an two-sided adhesive. I used Pura Vida Indica Honey Oil (66.6% THC). It comes in a syringe.
Step 6: Dip, roll, and sculpt your joint (I used a dab tool) in kief until your preferred amount sticks. Make it neat, make it messy, make art.
Step 7: Light it up!
How does a highly potent joint make you feel?
If you go over the edge searching for your outer limit, there are a few different things you might feel, including panic and anxiety; a pounding heart; a desire to lay down and close your eyes (sometimes curled up in a ball and sometimes face down flat).
There are a few things you can do to help if you feel too high.
- Assure yourself calmly that the feeling will pass—faster with inhalation than with edibles.
- Focus on your breathing
- Drink water; it’s simple to get as well as healthy, refreshing, and soothing. Your body will thank you.
- Try your best to relax and distract yourself; lay down and listen to music, put on a TV show, cuddle a pet, take a bath or shower.
- Using a CBD-only tincture can ease the THC effects.
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