For some, it’s a well-known fact while for others, it remains a questionable mystery, but the "weed hangover" is a more common phenomenon then some may think. In fact, it can have a range of effects from brain fog to headache.
There is admittedly little research when it comes to this topic, which is unsurprising given prohibition’s restrictions on cannabis studies. That said, a few studies exist that can serve as a jumping off point to coincide with anecdotal reports of "weed hangovers." Most anecdotal accounts from users who have experienced a weed hangover report much higher consumption rates, particularly in the manner of RSO and other potent products such as edibles. While there is some evidence to corroborate the anecdotal accounts of those who have experienced a cannabis-induced hangover, more research would be beneficial to truly understanding this phenomenon. - @leafly
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