We’ve all been there: You misread the label and take an extra edible, or you take that one last bong hit that sends you over the edge. Suddenly, you realize you are way.. too.. high.. Naturally, you might start to feel uneasy or even a little panicked. But don’t worry! We’ve got your back. In this blog, we’ll talk about what to do if you’re too high and introduce you to your new blazing BFF: undoo®.

Understanding Overconsumption

When it comes to enjoying cannabis, there’s such a thing as too much of a good thing. This is especially true with edibles, concentrates, and other forms of cannabis that pack a powerful punch. Unlike smoking, where you feel the effects almost immediately, edibles can take a while to kick in. It’s easy to think they’re not working and take more than you actually need. Concentrates, on the other hand, are just that – concentrated forms of cannabis that can deliver a very high dose in a small package.
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So what happens if you overdo it? The good news is that no one has died from a cannabis overdose. The symptoms of being too high can vary from person to person, but there are a few common ones that many people experience. Anxiety is a big one. You might feel more anxious than usual or even a bit paranoid. Then there’s physical discomfort, which can include feeling dizzy, nauseous, or generally out of sorts. It’s not a pleasant experience, and it can be a bit scary, especially if you’re not sure what’s happening or how to deal with it.

Immediate Steps to Take When You Get Too High

Let’s discuss what to do if you find yourself in the too-much-THC boat. First things first: don’t panic. It happens, and there are some simple steps you can take to help yourself feel better.

  • Stay hydrated: Drink some water or a non-caffeinated beverage. This can help you feel a bit more grounded and might ease some of the physical discomfort you might be experiencing.
  • Find a comfortable, safe space: This could be your bedroom, a cozy spot on the couch, or anywhere you feel secure and at ease. The key here is to be in an environment where you can let your guard down and focus on feeling better.
  • Use deep breathing techniques or meditation: Just taking a few deep, intentional breaths can make a big difference in how you’re feeling. They can help slow down your racing thoughts and bring your attention back to the present moment.
  • Distract yourself: Put on some music you enjoy, watch a favorite TV show, or chat with a trusted friend. Engaging in activities that you find enjoyable or comforting can help take your mind off the discomfort and anxiety you might be feeling.

Introducing undoo®

Now, let us introduce you to a product that should be in every cannabis consumer’s back pocket. undoo® is essentially a safety net for those times when you’ve accidentally (or intentionally) gone a step too far with THC consumption. It’s designed to help ease the symptoms of a THC overdose — like anxiety, paranoia, and that overall icky feeling — without negating the therapeutic benefits THC provides to some consumers.

The main ingredient in undoo® is an olive oil-based supplement containing a mix of non-psychoactive cannabinoids and terpenes, along with vitamin E. The star player here is a compound called olivetol. Olivetol has a structure that allows it to interact with the same parts of the brain that THC binds to, but without producing any psychoactive effects itself.

Here’s a bit of the science in simple terms: THC binds to receptors in your brain and alters your perception, mood, and feelings of pain, among other effects. When you’ve consumed too much THC, those effects can become overwhelming. Olivetol competes with THC for the same binding sites in the brain. When olivetol binds to these receptors instead of THC, it can help diminish the intensity of THC’s effects, essentially helping to dial back the volume on the high.

undoo® doesn’t remove THC from your system entirely. Instead, it reduces the intense effects of THC overconsumption, allowing you to return to a more comfortable state more quickly. It’s an interesting approach, combining a bit of chemistry and biology to provide relief to those who’ve found themselves a bit more under the influence than they intended.

When To Use undoo®

So, you’re curious about the right time to reach for undoo®? It’s a good question. After all, you don’t want to pull it out for just any reason. There are specific situations where undoo® can be a real game-changer.

  • Trying a new product: Whether it’s a different strain, an edible, or a concentrate, new cannabis products can sometimes surprise you with their potency. If you find that the new product hits harder than you anticipated, undoo® might be just what you need to dial things back to a more comfortable level.
  • You need to sober up: here are those times when life calls for sobriety, but you’re feeling a bit too relaxed from your last session. Maybe you need to clear your head for an unexpected work call, or you’ve got to be in the right state of mind for a sudden responsibility (excluding driving a car) — whatever the reason, if you need to sober up and regain focus, undoo® could help make the transition a bit smoother.

Remember, the aim here is to use undoo® as an emergency brake. It’s not about erasing the effects of THC completely but easing those intense or unwanted effects when they’re too much to handle. Think of it as a tool in your toolkit for those just-in-case moments when you need to take a step back from the edge but still want to maintain the therapeutic benefits of THC for your well-being.

Stem Haverhill Recreational Dispensary Near Me — Helping You Achieve Optimal Comfort with Each Session

Want to get some undoo® for yourself? Stem Haverhill has it in stock! undoo® has three products: relief, refresh, and reset. Relief is for those sessions that get a little too intense, refresh is to help clear the mental fog you may feel after a high dose of THC, and reset is for managing your tolerance levels if they get too high.


You can get all three versions by ordering them online here or visiting us in-store.

*The contents of this blog are intended for informational purposes only. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.*