People who are unfamiliar with same day weed delivery calgary, or who use marijuana but are unfamiliar with its slang terms, may wonder what “loud weed” is. Calling weed “loud” is a slang term used to describe marijuana that is strong and also has a strong odor. It has nothing to do with sound. This type of weed is described by those who frequently use marijuana as being higher quality, and it creates a faster and stronger effect than regular weed.
It is unclear what the origin of the term “loud weed” is. Some people believe the term is another way of saying that marijuana is strong in a measurable way like noise would be loud because loud weed has a strong odor. Sometimes someone opening a bag of it will involuntarily throw their head back or withdraw as they are hit with the odor. Other slang terms that have been applied to loud week include “dank” and “fire”. The strength of loud weed is referred to as the weed’s loudness.
The strength of loud weed can cause negative side effects, such as panic or unpleasant sensory experiences. For this reason, loud weed is typically used more by those who are accustomed to using weed and have built up a tolerance to its active ingredient, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).
Lacing is a very common practice for some drugs, particularly drugs like cocaine that are often laced with other substances to bulk up the amount of the original product and gain more profits. Other drugs that are sold by weight may also laced be with other substances in order to add weight or bulk them up to enhance their profitability. In some cases, drugs are laced with another substance to alter the psychoactive effects of the drug (either to enhance or diminish these effects), such as recent cases reported in the media of heroin being laced with the drug fentanyl. Many times, this practice ends up producing a potentially deadly combination of drugs.Although marijuana is probably less likely to be intentionally laced with other psychoactive substances than many other illicit drugs, this situation does occur. It is more likely to occur in cases where individuals who are selling a drug illicitly are attempting to bulk up the product and get more profits or when very low quality cannabis is laced with some other drug to enhance its psychoactive effects.
In a 2010 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), 17.4 million people in the United States said they had used marijuana in the past month. Since then, many states have made it legal to use marijuana recreationally or medically. As of early 2017, 26 states and the District of Columbia have made the use of pot legal in one form or another. A 2016 Gallup poll found that one in eight people smoke marijuana and 43 percent of U.S. adults admit to trying it. Marijuana is usually smoked, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). The Cannabis (called “pot,” “weed,” “grass,” etc.) is typically spread on rolling papers and formed into a cigarette, often referred to as a joint, or a cigar-like blunt. Smoking releases the THC, which is absorbed into the blood stream through the lungs. Glass pipes, bubblers and bongs are other ways to smoke marijuana.