Cannabis is known to cause positive mood swings.
It is commonly referred to as euphoria. The range of positive moods ranges from subtle comfort to complete joy and exhilaration. Where you reach this spectrum depends largely on your initial state of mind (mood before smoking), the product you use, and the composition of the endogenous cannabinoid system.
Many medical studies of the effects of weed begin with the recognition that weed results in relaxation, loss of suppression, euphoria, altered perception, and drowsiness. On the other hand, weed can also lead to delusions, dizziness, insomnia, nausea, dry mouth, anxiety, and hallucinations.
Joy and uplifting are the consequences of taking THC, but some feel that the urge to draw, write, play music, or express themselves increases. Or they may choose to read or participate in a deep and thoughtful conversation. Using marijuana can change perspectives and think more creatively. It would be too easy to say that cannabis makes you more creative, but with the right dose and the right person, creativity can result from altered brain activity.
What feels high is a different subjective experience for everyone.
How you feel when you are high also depends on many external factors. There is a dose window for a positive mood, and if you overuse it to an acceptable level, you can go beyond this window and feel anxiety and delusions.
To reduce the chances of a “bad trip” and make you feel anxious and delusional, increase the dose in small increments to understand acceptable levels. It is best to test cannabis with small quantities of products with low THC. Once you know how it feels, you can increase it as needed.
The use of cannabis can change mood and perception and affect function, memory, reasoning, and the ability to feel suppressed. According to a study, cannabis reduced inhibition, especially at high THC doses, but had a less specific effect on memory and reasoning.
Science reveals that THC is the major psychoactive component of cannabis and, therefore, the most important factor in high emotional intensity and duration. However, terpenes can also play a role in high cannabis high experience. Many studies are showing that terpenes relieve pain, anxiety, and depression.
Finally, each individual will have a unique experience with cannabis. We try to quantify or explain the mood, state of mind, or psychological effects of cannabis, but these phenomena are often indescribable. They can only be felt by those who are elevated.