The highest somebody can get off using cannabis is a subjective experience, and there is no one answer that will apply to everyone. However, there are some factors that can contribute to how high someone gets, including the amount of cannabis they consume, the potency of the cannabis, their individual tolerance, and their personal reaction to the drug.
In general, people who are new to cannabis or who have low tolerances are more likely to get very high, even from small amounts of the drug. People who have been using cannabis for a long time and have built up a tolerance may need to consume more of the drug to get the same effects.
The potency of the cannabis also plays a role in how high someone gets. Cannabis products that are high in THC (the psychoactive compound in cannabis) are more likely to produce a strong high than products that are low in THC. And, remember, it's not just the THC level that determines how high one gets, as much as all the other cannabinoids and terps that create "The Entourage Effect"
Finally, individual factors such as personality, mood, and expectations can also influence how high someone gets. People who are anxious or stressed may be more likely to have a negative experience with cannabis, while people who are relaxed and in a good mood may be more likely to have a positive experience.
Here are some tips for reducing the risk of having a negative experience with cannabis:
- Start with a small amount and wait to see how you feel before consuming more.
- Choose products that are lower in THC content.
- Be in a relaxed and comfortable environment.
- Avoid using cannabis if you are feeling anxious or stressed.
- Talk to your doctor if you have any concerns about using cannabis.