A high of marijuana is associated with feelings of relaxation and satisfaction, although negative reactions are also possible. People have different emotional responses to marijuana. Some feel happy and relaxed, while others become anxious, fearful, and even paranoid. Sometimes, people experience feelings of confusion and have difficulty concentrating.
Sativa has a wider range of terpene profiles than Indica strains. Indicas mainly contain terpenes that people associate with relaxation, such as myrcene. You're likely to find limonene terpenes in Sativa strains. Its citrus aromas produce energizing and uplifting effects.
The effects of cannabis can vary greatly. Some people say that feeling “high” makes them feel relaxed and happy in their own thoughts, while others say it makes them laugh and chat. But it can also make people feel lethargic, demotivated, and some people become paranoid, confused, and anxious. You may feel dizzy after smoking marijuana, but it's much more likely if you choose a sativa with a high THC content.
Smoking marijuana lowers blood pressure, and this means that you may feel lightheaded, especially if you suddenly stand up. Not everyone has a pleasant experience with marijuana. Often, it can leave you anxious, scared, scared, or paranoid. Using marijuana can increase your chances of having clinical depression or worsen the symptoms of any mental disorder you already have.
Scientists are still not sure why. In high doses, it can make you paranoid or lose touch with reality so that you hear or see things that aren't there. If you find that Sativa makes you feel anxious or paranoid, it's usually not Sativa that causes the problem. Sativa strains like Harlequin are low in THC but high in CBD, making them more accessible to people who feel that high THC levels don't agree with them.