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Everyone Should Try Cannabis, Except These 5 People, They Should Stay Away from Weed!

Watch out for these telltale signs of people not doing well with marijuana!

Posted by:
Reginald Reefer on Tuesday Aug 1, 2023

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Five People who should NOT smoke weed!


Most people who smoke cannabis will never have a problem with it. They'll find adequate times to light up, know when to slow down when they've had too much, and listen to their bodies—making wise choices.


But, ah, my dear friends, let's not shy away from the truth—some people just can't help but mess things up when it comes to weed.


 Yes, those individuals whose experiences with the sacred herb might be more "interesting" than enjoyable. Today, we're going to dive into the colorful world of those who might not be the best match for Mary Jane, and we're doing it with a dash of humor, honesty, and a touch of caution.


So, gather 'round, and let's explore the five types of people who should probably steer clear of the green goodness. Trust me, if you find yourself falling into any of these categories, heed the warning and, well, do not smoke weed!


People looking to escape reality/numb their problems


Ah, the allure of cannabis when life gets tough. I've been there, my friends—facing problems that seemed insurmountable, and turning to the soothing embrace of Mary Jane to ease the burden. It's true; cannabis has this magical way of making a problem seem less overwhelming, and anxiety can melt away in its embrace. For a fleeting moment, it feels like you can escape the harsh realities of life.


But here's the thing—cannabis is not a permanent escape, nor is it a solution to life's challenges. Using it as a shield to numb reality only postpones the inevitable. The problems don't go away; they lurk in the shadows, waiting for you to summon the courage to face them.


I've learned that the true path to peace is not through evasion, but through confrontation. By taking a deep breath, summoning the strength within, and addressing those problems head-on, you open the doors to true healing. It's not an easy journey, but it's a necessary one.


Once you've dealt with your issues, you'll find that cannabis becomes more than just an escape—it becomes a companion in celebration, relaxation, and self-exploration. The herb can be a beautiful addition to your life when you carry a clear conscience and a free heart.


So, if you find yourself using cannabis as an escape from reality, take a moment to pause and reflect. Acknowledge that it's okay to seek relief, but remember that true peace comes from embracing life's challenges and growing through them. Deal with the problems first, and then enjoy weed as a supportive companion on your journey to a more balanced and fulfilled life.


People looking to belong to a peer group


I've encountered my fair share of folks who only want me to smoke weed to feel like I belong to their exclusive club. It's like they've created these "conditional friendships" that are toxic to the core.


Let me tell you, my fellow tokers, I've learned the hard way that any relationship built on conditions is bound to be suffocating and draining. If someone insists that you light up just to hang with them, that's a red flag waving wildly in the wind. True friendships should never require you to compromise your principles or personal choices.


Don't be afraid to stand your ground and tell them to kindly "fuck off" if they can't respect your autonomy. Smoking weed should always be your own choice, a decision that comes from within, not an obligation to please others. Any true stoner, any genuine friend would embrace you for who you are, choices and all.


Surround yourself with people who celebrate your individuality and understand that friendships are not about conformity but about accepting and cherishing each other's uniqueness. Weed or no weed, you deserve to be respected and loved for being authentically you. So let go of those conditional relationships, and seek out connections that are founded on genuine acceptance and mutual understanding. Trust me, it's a recipe for a happier and more fulfilling life.


The Weed Incompatible


There’s a group of individuals who, for various reasons, just can't seem to mesh well with cannabis. It's essential to recognize that not everyone's body and mind react the same way to substances, and that's perfectly okay.


If you find that smoking weed triggers unpleasant physical or psychological reactions, it's crucial to listen to your body and mind. Forcing yourself to smoke when you know it doesn't agree with you is like trying to fit a square peg into a round hole – it just won't work, and it'll likely lead to discomfort and distress.


So, my dear friends, if you're part of the weed-incompatible club, don't feel pressured to join in on the toke sessions. Embrace your unique relationship with cannabis, or rather, lack thereof, and know that it's all right to opt-out. There are plenty of other ways to enjoy life and have fun without the need to engage with substances that don't align with your well-being. Always prioritize your health and happiness – that's the key to living your best life.





As someone who values the well-being and healthy development of our youth, I firmly believe that kids should not be smoking weed – no ifs, ands, or buts.


Our brains are incredible, intricate machines, constantly forming and solidifying neural pathways as we grow and learn. Introducing cannabis to this delicate process can lead to potential interference, disrupting the natural course of development. Just like we wouldn't hand a kid a bottle of whiskey, we should steer clear of exposing them to cannabis.


It's essential to let children's brains reach a certain level of maturity before considering any mind-altering substances, including weed. Waiting until at least 21, or ideally 25, when their brains have had more time to develop, is the responsible approach. Of course, there are cases where cannabis may be used for medicinal purposes under the guidance of healthcare professionals, but recreational use for children is an absolute no.


As adults, it's our responsibility to safeguard and protect the next generation. Let's allow them to explore the world and their minds freely, without the influence of substances that may hinder their growth and potential. We can pave the way for a healthier, brighter future by promoting an environment of nurturing, support, and safe decision-making for our kids.


People wanting to pass a drug test


If you're aiming to pass a drug test, you probably shouldn't be smoking weed – like, duh! Why mess with all that "clear your urine" jazz and go through the hassle when you could just skip the weed altogether? Common sense, right? Keep it clean and avoid any potential risks.


I mean, sure, there are those "miracle" solutions and tricks out there that promise to help you pass a drug test, but who wants to gamble with their future like that? Not me! It's like playing a game of chance, hoping that some questionable potion will magically erase all traces of THC from your system. No thanks!


Why even put yourself in that stressful situation? If you need to pass a drug test for a job, probation, or whatever else, it's pretty clear that staying away from weed is the wise choice. Plus, let's face it, if you're taking a drug test, you probably have more important things to focus on than getting high.


Yes, if you couldn’t tell – this last category is pure sarcasm.


Most people can smoke weed and will be okay


The point of this article isn’t to point out who shouldn’t smoke weed, but rather that everyone else is totally okay with smoking weed. Most people will engage with cannabis in a healthy way, they will regulate their own consumption and be fine.


It’s time we allow adults from all walks of life enjoy cannabis for what it is – a very beneficial plant!





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