I’m 40 and I’ve been smoking real pot for some years now. I didn’t smoke any for 5 weeks and so I decided to get some weed. The kid I get it from has good deals, now I see why. I rolled a blunt and hit it four times holding it in each time.
Within 20 minutes, my face got tingly and warm; I thought so I got a cold wash cloth didn’t seem to help then my feet were tingly. I just though an allergic reaction, so I took Benadryl. Tried relaxing but was getting agitated and shaky.
I then experienced the worst white ever from my face to below my thighs began burning inside. I thought I was going to die. I was so anxious that it scared me. Needless to say, I take meds for anxiety and bipolar.
My insides would burn for about 30 seconds, and I would get light headed and slow moving talking like I was a vegetable. I had my friend call 911; they took me to the hospital. My EKG and heart were right with no temperatures. My blood pressure was very elevated and my heart beat would go from normal to 140s and then down to the 70s. I was so scared.
The hospital said they couldn’t do much because I used what I thought was Marijuana but finding out it was laced or spice. I was able to come home and took a Xanax Cuzco I knew it had to help.
Then I wake up next day and I don’t have the burning insides but I feel like I’m slow and have some tingling in face at times. After that experience, I refuse to ever in my life even smoke marijuana. I have been clean off other drug for almost 7 years and the Marijuana helped with my anxiety and sleep.
But because can’t trust anything I decided the hell with Marijuana too. I want others to know it’s a cruel and dangerous drug.
Please take my advice if you don’t want to feel like your entire insides are burning like a house fire DOESN’T TRY IT… EVEN IF YOU’RE THE LUCKY ONE AND IT DOESN’T HIT YOU THE FIRST TIME, TRUST IT WILL AND YOU WON’T LIKE THE EFFECTS.
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