Hi there! I have been using my magic flight vape for the past three weeks almost habitually. Ive also read 2 books, started up a blog, released an EP and have been taking three classes in college. I don’t know whether the marijuana has anything to do with my personal motivation or daily habits, but i don’t think so. The one thing i AM starting to notice is my vocabulary recall and memory are starting to suffer slightly. I basically use marijuana as a substance that can put me into a different mind frame, this enables me to be mindful in a new way. I’m just curious and ultimately fascinated by the effects of daily cannabis use! The community on here seems to be delightfully accepting when it comes to these topics. Can anyone please tell me or explain their experiences, and what the substances does for them on a daily basis! Please and thank you!
I’ve also been using a magic flight vape box almost every day the past month or so!! I am a junior in college and I work at a paper. I love how weed makes everything more interesting. I know that it affects my memory, but it gives me TONS of ideas for projects and stories. Daily use can also make people anti-social. I’m pretty experienced with weed but I don’t like going to work or class high, because it definitely impaired my response time and it makes my writing less coherent. I was wondering about the same things, thanks for posting!! :)
Of course it will affect everyone differently but i feel very similar to how you feel on the matter. It opens me up to a lot of creativity as well! I have a harder time remembering simpler things after a few weeks of daily use, but usually this only pertains to simple things! thanks for your reply (: lets hope someone else chimes in as well.
Highly recommend limiting use to no more than 3 times a week, if possible once a week, depending on your current state of being.
Through both experience and the observation of others, daily use seems to create a mental loop of egoic thought forms, a poor diet, adrenal fatigue from crown chakra blow out, depletion of vital energy and chi/life force, destruction or REM sleep cycles, and the inability to embrace emotions from disassociation.
Of coarse the factors will vary depending on ones mindset and intentions, however having walked many paths in my life i have personally found limiting use and doing so solely the intention of bettering oneself the healthiest ideal.
I smoke once every week or two. I started smoking marijuana in college, but now that I’m working it’s increasingly clear to me how marijuana affects my thinking. During the high I’m definitely more creative and motivated, but my attention span is reduced and working memory is impaired. Even in the few days after I smoke (technically vape), my verbal recall is sometimes worse, and I can feel my brain being more sluggish and less quick to understand.
Because of these anecdotal observations, I’m pretty convinced that marijuana offers both positive and negative effects, but the negative effects aren’t to be understated. Moreover there’s recent research suggesting that marijuana usage earlier in life has a greater negative impact, so I would not recommend marijuana to high schoolers–and if I could re-do college I would even smoke a bit less.
Hope this helps!
I have smoked weed almost every day consistently for a few years now, and I absolutely notice the effects it has on my thinking. Recently, I have become a bit more antisocial, because my anxiety has increased. I enjoy weed for so many reasons, but I think that it may be contributing to me being stuck inside my own head lately. I think this is because I have been overall more anxious, and when I smoke it enhances the nervous feelings and paranoia. My mind tends to be a little hazy, and my short-term memory has gone to hell. I can especially see this now that I have started college. I agree that cannabis is wonderful to increase a state of mindfulness, creativity, and appreciate things to the absolute fullest, but at the same time I think it should be used in moderation.