7 Ways to Save Money and Conserve Cannabis

Every time I reach the bottom of my marijuana jar, I say to myself, “Damn, I really smoked all of that?!” Don’t be like me. There are ways to ensure that your weed purchases last more between dispensary trips, and as much as you have the self-control to make modest tweaks to your consumption behavior, your pocket will stay a little larger.

Here are a few tips on how to budget your green, both money and cannabis, while still getting high.

1. Order in quantity and distribute evenly across the period of time you wish it to last:

I buy portions a quarter of an oz, or 14 gram since they come with the best price break. I’d prefer to finish that mostly in 14 days, but if would be funny on me; I usually make it about eight. However, if I were as intelligent as you should be, I’d take those 14 grams, break the nuggets into 1-gram pieces, and place them in those week days’ pill boxes that are used to track medications. That is exactly what you should do if you want to control your cannabis and make it stretch. Set the standard. Set a good example.

2. Avoid the Wake ‘n Vape:

We all love a good wake ‘n prepare because it gives you that distinct high that lasts all throughout morning, and in some cases the entire day, yet there’s no better time to smoke than at the end of a long day when all of your duties have been met. Rather than using marijuana to wake up/heat up, save it for a delayed twist and show appreciation to yourself later.

3. Own a one hitter/Chillum- Grab a One-Hitter/Chillum:

I have always supported the one-hitter and will continue to do so. I’m not sure what the science underlying it, but a several hits can sometimes get me equally euphoric as a few spliffs off a blunt. The same can be said for the chillum, which would be simply a one-hitter which lifts twice a day. A one-hitter will offer you a few of hits and then be payed off, but a chillum dish will give you four or five hits, possibly more than that if you edge the bowl perfectly. Either way, you’ll be exactly where you want to be.

4. Using Glassware:

When this comes to cannabis preservation, crockery serves as your greatest allies. You know how a Chillum a day puts the empty jars at bay? If you want to save money, buy a little pipe. They’re far easier to clean and revitalize than one-hitters, and you’ll use a lot less marijuana than you would when smoking a joint or blunt.

5. Reduce smoking:

At the very least, the typical puff will pay you half a gram . If you’re trying to stay organic, then only smoke spliffs on weekends. Or maybe just once a night. It actually depends on how frequently you vape, but if you’re an everyday smoker trying to cut back on how much you buy, cut back on your intake.


6. Cut the Welfare leeches:

I get that caring is loving and that the culture’s entire aim is to bring the community together, but you can’t let everyone use it out just because they’re your homeboys. Nobody is more annoying than that pal who always appears with closed fists and wads of cash when it’s time to smoke. Cannabis is expensive, and if you want to make it last, utilizing little in more strategic imperatives is critical.

7. T-Break:

Tolerance breakdowns should be managed with prudence in some medical situations. Following a tolerance gap for a  extended periods of time can help you lower your cannabis consumption dramatically. Before making any modifications to their medical treatment plan, patients should always inform their physicians or healthcare providers.

Because cannabis is so prohibitively expensive, it’s simple to overspend. Thankfully, there are cost-effective and efficient ways to consume. Adjusting how and what we consume could help our finances.

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