Six Ways To Get Your Cannabis Last Longer (And Save Money)
If you find yourself wondering when you smoked all your weed, we feel for you. That’s why we decided to help you make your cannabis purchases last longer. All you need is some self-discipline and minor adjustments to your consumption habits.
1. Buy in Bulk and Distribute Evenly
Try buying half an ounce – or 14 grams – because they come with the biggest price break. The trick is to break up the nugs into one-gram quantities and store them in one of those pill boxes to keep track of how much you consume every day.
2. Forget about Wake’n’Bake
Of course, wake’n’bake has its own unique kind of high that lasts the whole morning, and sometimes the entire day. Try to move your weed routine to the end of a long day, especially if you have much to do during the day. Stash your cannabis for the late night roll-up.
3. Scoop Up a One-Hitter
One-hitters are the best. Period. It can get you high better than a blunt. Try buying a couple of one-hitters per months to make your cannabis stretch last longer.
Another option is a chillum, which bowl will push out four or five one-hitters. Especially if you corner a bowl just right.
4. Use Glassware
Glassware is irreplaceable when it comes to conserving cannabis. If you are trying to save money, pick up a little pipe. They are a lot easier to clean and can be used for one-hitters as well.
5. Smoke Less
The average joint costs you about half a gram. If you smoke two or three times a day, that’s way too much cannabis. Try smoking joints on the weekend. If you are an everyday smoker, use your pipe but slow down on the joints and blunts.
6. Cut Off Collective Seshes
Sharing is caring, yes. However, sharing cannabis with your homies will cost you much. Cannabis gets pricey, and if you are trying to cut down spending and save your weed longer, cutting off collective seshes is the best way to do it.
This post is based on this article.
(Sweedsy in no way encourages illegal activity and would like to remind its readers that marijuana usage continues to be an offense under Federal Law, regardless of state marijuana laws. To learn more, click here.)