Alcohol and Weed Combination | Is it Safe to Mix Weed and Alcohol?
Two of the substances people most regularly use are alcohol and weed, but what about if they’re used together? People may use an alcohol and weed combination to get more of an effect for both, or to combat side effects of one or the other, but it can be risky.
An alcohol and weed combination is one of the most common polydrug mixes seen in the majority of people.
Is it safe to mix weed and alcohol? In short, no it isn’t. Below are details as to why the alcohol and weed combination isn’t a good one.
- When you use an alcohol and weed combination, your body will absorb more THC, which can lead to adverse side effects.
- Using a combination of alcohol and weed is more likely to cause psychotic symptoms such as paranoia and panic.
- When you combine alcohol and weed, you’re more likely to experience “greening out” which is a sick feeling following the use of marijuana.
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