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If you are really looking for unique effects, you can possibly do it by mixing two strains for better or for worse. In any case, mixing two strains is not rocket science. While a person can end up with a very strong high or something that sends the user to bed, the feeling will pass.
What should a person do?
Stick to one type of product and use common sense. If you smoke flowers, choose two preferred varieties and combine them in equal parts. Don’t mix a vape with a flower or an edible with a flower. Start slowly and rule in this creative monster.
When preparing a bowl, take care of the flower by placing it in glass containers and out of the sun and storing in a cool, dry place. This will preserve the terpenes of the plant and allow for a more immersive experience.
Which strains can be mixed?
Consider pairing similar components, whether they’re flavors or effects. Ask at the pharmacy what options are available. Remember, mixing weeds is basically a blank canvas.
What is the desired effect?
Choose a preferred strain and think about how adding something else to perfect this. Are you looking for a couch-like indica effect that doesn’t deliver an instant knock-out? Perhaps an indica with a hybrid that brings the high into something fun but is still mellow would do the trick.
However, caution should be exercised when pairing two strong elements. This can open up a whole new experience, but not necessarily a good one. A bad high is never welcome. Start slowly and ask lots of questions. The whole idea is to have a good time, but safe, and try something new.
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