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What Is a crossfade high and how do you deal with it?

Learn Everything About a Crossfade High And How to Avoid It

Getting too high or too drunk is bad enough on its own but what happens if you cross the two? Well, one of two things, you could fall in the category of people who like it as you are drunk but not blackout drunk but for a large majority of the population, it is often a painful experience. Crossfaded highs can induce feelings of dizziness, nausea, and disorientation. All of which are less than desirable feelings to have.

What Is a Crossfaded High

A crossfaded high is when you are both drunk and stoned at the same time. It usually happens right after you use both substances at the same time ( the order of the events is not important).

The combination of the two sends you into a sensory overload and pushes your mind and body into a frenzy. In extreme cases, you might even end up with cannabis-induced paranoia.

How Does it Feel?

If you have never felt a crossfaded high then you’re lucky. But to understand how to deal with it you need to first figure out how to spot it. People usually mix the two in an attempt to generate a sense of euphoria. Which is a possibility with this particular mixture. For a second you will feel like it is just so easy to enjoy life no matter what ends up happening.

But then there is a crash. This can be both literal or figurative depending on your circumstances.
The most common want is to just lie down on a cold floor and stare at the ceiling. This is what you need to avoid. The combination of feeling dizzy, nauseated, and disoriented can widely increase your chances of suffering a panic attack

Why Does it Happen?

There is a lack of research when it comes to cannabis thanks to its status as a schedule 1 narcotic on a federal level. This makes it tough to find any kind of information on niche topics like the crossfaded high.
So, the truth of the matter is that it is pretty tough to know what causes it.

But the good news is that people are trying to figure it out. Two primary experiments are taking center stage. One which checks the effects of getting drunk and then smoking, the other doing the same thing in reverse order with cannabis first and then alcohol.

How Long Does The High Last?

How long you stay in a crossfaded high depends on the amount you consume. Each substance reacts differently in the system. But one puff will of course knock you out for a much shorter time than if you ever smoked a whole blunt. It also depends on your body chemistry and how fast your body processes cannabis and alcohol.

How do You Put an End to This High?

Well, even though you might want to pass out and hibernate for a while a crossfaded is not that easy to get rid of. The only way out is through in this case. You will have to wait for your body to ride out this particular problem. But here are some ways you can ease the wait times.

Drink Water

No research says that water eases a high but water is a drunk person’s best friend. So, by that theory, I would advise you to get a glass of water as that will ease the crossfaded high as it will make the amount of time you are drunk much shorter. Water also helps you stay hydrated.

Cold Floors Are Your Best Friend

When you consume too much alcohol, your body overheats and that can cause you to throw up. Which is why you should find a cold place to just rest. The kitchen and the bathroom floors are both great ideas to help lower your body temperature.
If you are looking for a more extreme measure, just stick your head in the freezer to help calm down. Don’t do it for a long time though.

Sleep

Once you are done with drinking water and sitting in the fridge, the best thing to do is sleep. It may make you feel a little worse in the beginning but it will get better once you drift off.
If you use cannabis with a medical marijuana card online, my advice would be to not mix the two substances.

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