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Lonely Stoner’s Guide: 4/20-Friendly Activities for Introverts

Kymberly Drapcho

by Kymberly Drapcho

April 17, 2024 08:00 am ET Estimated Read Time: 3 Minutes
Fact checked by Emily Mullins
Lonely Stoner’s Guide: 4/20-Friendly Activities for Introverts

With the arrival of 4/20 comes the promise of festivals, mass smoke sessions, and camaraderie with fellow cannabis enthusiasts. 

But, while cannabis may promote social gathering for some, others prefer to consume their cannabis in the way of the introvert – that is, completely alone. 

If you’re not exactly a social smoker and still want to participate in 4/20 festivities, we’ve assembled a list of introvert-friendly activities to help you celebrate. 

1. Take an Edible Walk 

Taking a walk after consuming an edible can offer a unique blend of gentle physical activity and altered perception, creating an immersive experience of the surrounding environment. The edible’s effects can heighten sensory awareness, making simple sights, sounds, and sensations more vivid and engaging. This altered perception can lead to a deeper connection with nature and a heightened appreciation for the present moment. 

2. Have a GHAC Day (Get High and Clean)

Cannabis has the potential to make even the most menial tasks a little more exciting. If you’re looking to use the 4/20 holiday to reset your space, try indulging in your favorite cannabis consumption method before getting started. It can help you lock in and might make even your least favorite chores a little less painful. 

>> Need an extra boost? Check out our guide to the 9 best daytime cannabis strains. 

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3. Make A Craft 

There’s something so satisfying about getting stoned and zoning in on a craft. Sativa strains, particularly, have a reputation for heightening creativity and inspiration. Whether it’s a mindless coloring book or a get-your-hands-dirty type craft, cannabis can help you to get in touch with your inner artist and encourage you to create something unexpected while letting go of your inhibitions. 

So spark up, park yourself in front of your TV or speaker with all your supplies, and get crafting. 

4. Cook a New Recipe 

Using cannabis before cooking can heighten the senses and encourage you to experiment in the kitchen like never before. Whether you’re using a recipe or just freestyling, cannabis can help you take risks, try new foods, and put together combinations you might not have ever considered otherwise. 

If you’re planning to make an infused recipe, just remember to be cautious about dosage and remember the classic edible adage: start low and go slow. When in doubt, start with a low dose and wait a couple of hours before ingesting any other cannabis. 

>> Need help getting started? Create the perfect infused base to add to any recipe with our cannabutter recipe.

5. Meditate

Cannabis and meditation could be the perfect match, with potential synergistic effects on relaxation and introspection. Because of its psychoactive properties and potential for calming anxiety and stress, cannabis can help induce a state of relaxation and heightened sensory perception, which may complement the meditative process.

6. Go To A Museum 

Visiting a museum after consuming cannabis can offer a thought-provoking and immersive experience, blending the appreciation of art with the altered perception induced by the plant. The psychoactive effects of cannabis may enhance creativity and deepen one’s emotional connection to the artwork on display, allowing for a more profound interpretation of the pieces. Some individuals find that cannabis fosters a heightened sense of curiosity and introspection, encouraging them to explore exhibits with a fresh perspective and an open mind. However, it’s essential to approach this activity with mindfulness and respect for the museum’s rules and regulations regarding substance use. As with any cannabis-related activity, responsible consumption and consideration for one’s surroundings are paramount to ensure a safe and enriching experience for all involved.

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