Everytime i smoke weed, i get these very strange/somewhat scary hallucinations. After i stop smoking (take about 7 or more hits everytime), i experience very bizzare feelings. When i get this feeling it feels like im snapping out of a daydream every 2 seconds. Its like I wake up from a dream then 2 seconds later wake up from a dream and so on. The first time experienced this, it was the most wierd/terrifing feeeliing i had ever had. But i dont think this is normal because when i explain myself to my fellow pothead friends, they think im either joking or just think im crazy. It usually starts when i start to daydream or stare off at somthing. then BOOM!, it hits me. I cant even drive a car. When i drive, i feel like im going 50 mph but im really going 20 mph + when i look further down the road at an object or somthing, it seems like i never get close to it the more i drive. i cant keep a conversation with someone because i forget there talking because im experiencing these "waking up from a dream" feelings. no one i know has ever had any similar symptoms as me.
I do somtimes have low /high blood pressure-i actually fainted before from iit..i dont know if that has anything to do with it.
The weed i smoke isnt laced..its usually just regualar weed. Plus i smoke with other kids and they dont feel what i feel.
everyone has their own unique high. I wonder if this is my way of getting high?..idk
what am i experiencing??????????
sounds like your weed is laced kid. if your smoking **** that has you seeing stuff re-sell it for more and become rich cause WEED don't do that.. i wouldn't be smoking what you are smoking though, i tell you that much... quit that stuff asap.
I'm a retired hippie, and I can tell you that, back when a whole bunch of folks smoked pot, there were always a few that couldn't stand the effects. I'm one of them. I used to get paranoid. I just couldn't "let go" and relax with the slowing-down effects of the drug. When I first tried it, I was with a very protective boyfriend, he arranged for a quiet room with music I liked, it was late in the day, and we smoked together and just laid back and relaxed. I did not have a bad reaction and loved how it made me feel. But gradually, especially in social situations, or in broad daylight trying to do "normal" things like going into a quick stop, well, I was miserable. So, in those instances, I finally had to just turn down a toke, saying it made me paranoid. You can say it makes you too dizzy, perhaps.
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