A tolerance break can last as long as one sees fit
, and three to four weeks is usually the right amount of time for an expert-level cannabis consumer to reset their body's sensitivity to THC and other cannabinoids.
It is important to consult a physician if one is experiencing tolerance issues.
A tolerance break is a period of time to abstain from marijuana in order to reset the body's sensitivity to THC and other cannabinoids. This is done by the body's endocannabinoid system, which is responsible for the reactions created in our bodies when cannabis is consumed. Self-imposed tolerance breaks can last as long as one sees fit, and it is important to consult a physician if one is experiencing tolerance issues.
How Long Should a Marijuana Tolerance Break Be? | PotGuide
For expert-level cannabis consumers , you’ll want your tolerance break to last about three to four weeks. As you may have already read, if you’ve ever had to pass a drug test, abstaining from any form of THC for about three weeks is usually the right amount of time for your urine to get the all-clear.
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