Foods That Will Enhance Your Cannabis Experience

By Rolling Up


After smoking, there might be a strong desire to reach for chips, cookies, french fries, burgers, and other delicious foods that might not be the best for you, especially if you’re smoking before you go to sleep. These drinks and snacks offer a wider array of benefits that can elevate your high.


Kombucha

Kombucha is a potential source of probiotics. The drink contains a lot of antioxidants that assists with digestion. It helps manage any bad bacteria building up in the gut. It contains a lot of probiotic bacteria to help line the digestive tract to increase nutrient absorption. 


Mango

Unless you’re allergic, mango is one of the best foods you can pair with THC. The myrcene terpenes in mango bind with THC receptors and increases the levels of your high at a longer rate. This delicious fruit will be sure to satisfy your munchies. 


Broccoli

Love it or hate it, broccoli is classified as a cruciferous vegetable that is linked to a number of health benefits for the body. Broccoli contains high amounts of beta-caryophyllene, a natural cannabinoid that reacts with cannabinoid receptors in the body and reduces inflammation in the body. 


Chocolate

Do you feel blissful after you eat chocolate? The cannabinoid present in chocolate is called anandamide and it is responsible for the euphoric feeling. When consumed with cannabis, chocolate can decrease pain levels in the body. 


Tea

A particular antioxidant contained in black and green tea called catechin is known to provide anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective benefits by interacting with the cannabinoid receptors. It can be combined to eliminate stress and produce a stronger sense of peacefulness and relaxation. 


Coffee

When working together, coffee provides a calming effect and focus to your morning or afternoon. Even though the effects are not immediate, both can attribute to the calming effects. Try a wake and bake with coffee the next time you’re feeling up for it.


Sweet potatoes

Sweet potatoes are packed with vitamin E and B, which attributes to boosting the serotonin levels in our body. Next time you seek to order a burger try adding some sweet potato fries as an order. They’re better for you. 

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