Categories
BLOG

gif high weed

Adults only (18+)

This website contains adult material and is only suitable for those 18 years or older. Click Enter only if you are at least 18 years of age.

FREE SHIPPING ON ALL PURCHASES OVER $25

  • Home
  • 421 Store
  • Blog
    • Cannabis as a Medicine
    • Cannabis Effects
    • Lifestyle
    • Cafe & Bakery
    • CannaAcademy
    • Interview with a Cannapreneur
  • Community Resources
    • Dry Herb Vaping Guide
      • Benefits Of Vaping Weed
      • How to Choose Your First Vaporizer
      • Vaporizer high vs. Smoking high
      • Conduction vs. Convection
      • Portable vs. Desktop Vaporizer
      • Wax vs. Dry Herb Vaporizers: What’s better?
      • How to Use a Dry Herb Vaporizer
    • Indoors Growing Guide
      • 5 Reasons to Grow Your Weed
      • A Step by Step Guide
      • Step One: Build An Indoor Grow Room
      • Step Two: Germinating The Seeds
      • Step three: The Vegetative Stage
      • Step Four: Flowering Stage
      • Step Five: Harvesting and Drying
      • Step Six: How to Trim Your Marijuana Bud
      • Auto-Flowering vs Feminized Seeds
      • Hydroponic Cannabis Growing Made Easy
  • One Strain At A Time Podcast
  • 0
  • Home
  • 421 Store
  • Blog
    • Cannabis as a Medicine
    • Cannabis Effects
    • Lifestyle
    • Cafe & Bakery
    • CannaAcademy
    • Interview with a Cannapreneur
    • Dry Herb Vaping Guide
    • Benefits Of Vaping Weed
    • How to Choose Your First Vaporizer
    • Vaporizer high vs. Smoking high
    • Conduction vs. Convection
    • Portable vs. Desktop Vaporizer
    • Wax vs. Dry Herb Vaporizers: What’s better?
    • How to Use a Dry Herb Vaporizer
    • Indoors Growing Guide
    • 5 Reasons to Grow Your Weed
    • A Step by Step Guide
    • Step One: Build An Indoor Grow Room
    • Step Two: Germinating The Seeds
    • Step three: The Vegetative Stage
    • Step Four: Flowering Stage
    • Step Five: Harvesting and Drying
    • Step Six: How to Trim Your Marijuana Bud
    • Auto-Flowering vs Feminized Seeds
    • Hydroponic Cannabis Growing Made Easy

    GIFs to watch while high – Here is what happens to your vision when high on weed

    September 06, 2018

    19 Stunning GIFs To Stare At While You’re High On Weed

    Marijuana and Our Vision

    Does marijuana enhances our pattern recognition ability? Stoners would answer immediately with, YES! At the same time, it may cause distorted vision while high. Isn’t that interesting?!

    Humans are primarily a visual animal. Our pattern recognition abilities exceed recognizing simple visual images or basic designs. We can identify different types of plants, cars, painting styles of different artists, or even thousands of faces despite the settle changes over time. We also connect those visual patterns to music or sounds.

    Cannabis may have an affect on how well certain cells in the eye’s retina operate, those cells (retinal ganglion cells), which are located near the inner surface of the eye’s retina, collect visual information and pass it to our brain.

    A study published in the journal JAMA Ophthalmology involved around 50 regular daily marijuana smokers and 24 people who had never used the herb. The study also confirmed that the participants eyesight was relatively good. The study showed that those who used weed had a delay in how long it took for information to be transmitted from the retina to the brain, however, it’s not clear if the herb has any permanent affect a marijuana smoker vision. Read more about the study here.

    GIFs to watch while high

    I collected those GIFs to look at while high. Don’t scroll down very fast. Take your time staring at each GIF for at least 45 seconds. You will love it, especially when you’re high.

    Here are my favorite trippy pictures for when you’re high, I hope you will enjoy it.

    Rocket Launch

    Another interesting, but a bit outdated, study by the Harvard psychology professor Charles Tart researched the effect of marijuana on our vision. Tart found out that although the vision tends to be “somewhat blurry”, but things can be seen sharp in that their edges, contours stand out against the background.

    Running For Your Life

    Red Eyes

    One of the most recognized and common effects of marijuana on our eyes is the Red Eyes. There is a simple scientific explanation. THC tend to lower our blood pressure, and that causes a general dilation in blood vessels and eventually increasing in blood flow through out the whole body, and that includes the blood vessels in our eyes. They also expand and ultimately the Red eyes. One study showed that marijuana used in high doses could have a significant impact on peripheral vision.

    Red eyes are also the reason cannabis heals glaucoma patients.

    The Dots

    Pupils sensitivity

    A very well known fact among stoners, marijuana dilates pupils. When you’re stoned and take the old flashlight trick from, hopefully, a friend not an officer, your eyes’ pupils will dilate, however recover faster from a bright light than the eyes of a sober person.

    There is a scientific reasoning behind this, of course. When you smoke weed, the main psychoactive component in marijuana, T HC, interacts with our CB1 receptors (neurons) in our brains. This process eventually stimulates the eye’s function and increase its sensitivity to light. In other words, when you’re high, your brain CB1 receptors notify the cells in our eyes to increase the signal they send to the brain when detecting light. For more about how the main components of cannabis interact with CBD1 receptors, c heck our blog post THC and CBD, and the Entourage Effect.

    Space Ride

    In the new study, researchers at McGill University in Montreal applied a synthetic cannabinoid to the eye tissues of tadpoles. They found the cannabinoids made certain retinal cells more sensitive to light, and improved the speed and which the eye responded to even dim stimulus, The Guardian reports. Cannabinoids are the general class of chemicals that can interact with cannabinoid receptors in the brain. The body naturally produces some cannabinoids. Other cannabinoids come from marijuana or other sources. Read more here.

    Interstellar

    The study included 52 people who had used marijuana at least 7 times per week during the previous month and 24 people who had never used marijuana. The people in both groups were between 18 and 35 years old. The researchers verified the marijuana use by testing the people’s urine for THC, marijuana’s main psychoactive ingredient.

    The researchers tested the participants’ vision and found that their eyesight was relatively good, and that no one in the study group reported having any visual problems from using marijuana such as blurred vision, according to the study, which was published today (Dec. 8) in the journal JAMA Ophthalmology. Read more here.

    The Hatch

    The U.S. National Institute of Health republished the study to reflect the growing changes in American cannabis culture.

    Their aim was to investigate whether heavy cannabis smoking is linked to poor eyesight. It was conducted by sampling some 12,686 men and women from 1979 to 2010. Heavy weed smokers were compared with light marijuana smokers to gauge whether eyesight quality decreased over the duration.

    GIFs to watch while high,distorted vision while high,look at while high,gifs to look at while high,things to look at when you're high,gifs for when you're high,things to look at when youre high,weed high visuals,vision while high,best pictures to look at while high,high on weed pictures,high on weed pics,marijuana… ]]>