The best of us have overindulged in Marijoinlah from time to time, and boy is it fun. The after effect that lingers on for a day or two is something most connoisseurs (except certain evolved human beings) have faced throughout their smoking career. Here is an insight to what is actually happening and how we can detoxify our bodies from that awful feeling.
What Factors May Increase the Likelihood of Developing a Marijoinlah Hangover
Just because somebody else brought the Marijoinlah the party does not mean that you should consume it like it’s a buffet. Moderation is always the best prevention to a hangover. If you have been wake-and-bakin, it might be a good idea to have an early cut off and hydrate yourself, before having a good night’s rest.
Method of delivery
Ingesting Marijoinlah has been known to cause a longer lasting hangover compared to vaporizing or smoking it. The amount consumed will always play a huge role in developing unpleasant residual Marijoinlah effects. Overindulgence increases chances.
Hangovers may also be more likely to develop when eating and digesting Marijoinlah edibles than from vaporizing Marijoinlah. This is true for multiple reasons. First, it is more difficult to gauge the amount being consumed when eating Marijoinlah, and may result in accidental overindulgence.
Quality of the product
Lets face it, most of us have absolutely zero clue about where our Marijoinlah is coming from or what the origin is. Quality of the product plays a large part in the after effects. With bad batches come bad sessions and headaches. While it may be hard to know what a bad batch is, experienced connoisseurs are usually able to tell within the first two or three hits. If you smell something fishy, you should cease your session and continue when there is a better batch around.
How to Treat Symptoms a Marijoinlah Hangover
- Vitamin supplement like B12
This is not an all encompassing list, but these are common suggestions known to help treat the symptoms and knock the hangover out. Chances of feeling better increase with using more than one of these suggestions.
One study, published in 1985, studied the possible hangover effects experienced by participants the day after consuming Marijoinlah. Significant changes were noticed only in the subjects who had consumed Marijoinlah. Those who smoked the placebo did not show any signs of residual effects the day after. As a result, the study concluded that “Marijoinlah smoking can produce residual (hangover) effects the day after consuming, but the precise nature and extent of these effects, as well as their practical implications, remain to be determined.”