This isn’t something to take lightly, as cannabis laws vary state to state, country to country, and some places carry very serious penalties when one is found in possession of the herb. It’s always best to respect local customs and laws in every way, and that includes respecting local drug laws.
If you’re planning to travel, it may be beneficial to plan not just the journey, but the pre-journey too, by taking a tolerance break.
Rejuvenate With a T-Break Before Take Off
T-breaks can be useful for many things, such as tempering a tolerance that has grown unnecessarily high. However, if you’re a regular and/or heavy smoker, it is possible to experience withdrawal—this is why easing off weed before traveling is so essential.
Irritability, headaches, depression, anxiety, insomnia, and a decreased appetite are all possible effects of suddenly quitting cannabis cold turkey. While not everyone will experience any or all of these symptoms, it’s wise not to leave it to chance when planning a journey, especially abroad.
With factors like jetlag, changes in diet, altered sleep schedules, and fast-paced itineraries already in play, it won’t do you any favors to add cannabis withdrawal to the list. For many, traveling is a once-in-a-lifetime experience; you owe it to yourself to do everything you can to enjoy it to the fullest.
So, you know you’re going away and won’t have access to cannabis. You’ve decided to take a T-break. What’s the best way to go about it?
Best Steps for a Better Break
First, you need to set a time frame. Ideally, you should give yourself a minimum of two weeks before leaving for your trip. This is enough time for you to truly overcome any adverse effects and get