6 Delicious Foods That Help Enhance Your Cannabis High

Many cannabis users in Canada have been looking for ways to enhance the high they can get from cannabis with food. There are many ways and methods are known to us, but many of them are no more than a myth.

And some methods could even be unsafe for the users. But there is a safe way to enhance your cannabis high, and I am sure everyone will like this method: eating a delicious meal.

There are some foods that you can eat to enhance your cannabis high. It is without a doubt that cannabis and food or appetite are closely linked to each other. So in a way, it’s not weird at all that some food can enhance the high you get from cannabis.

Keep in mind that these foods can be incorporated into your meals, and it is up to you how to do that, so let your creativity flow and enhance your cannabis experience.


1. Mango

One of the most popular food among cannabis users is mango. Mangoes have become the center of the conversation among many cannabis users regarding foods that can enhance cannabis high. Although we still need more research into this topic, you can always try eating mango and see it for yourself.

Mangoes are high in a terpene known as myrcene. This terpene has many things to offer such as euphoric feeling, relaxation, and joyful effects. When consumed in conjunction with THC, you can expect these effects to be heightened. More about the terpene, myrcene is rumored to have the same ability as another terpene, borneol, which is the ability to penetrate the blood-brain barrier.

2. Broccoli

I know this may sound weird, especially considering how many Canadians dislike broccoli. But this vegetable has been sitting on top of the list of foods that can help increase the effects of cannabis. If you already love eating vegetables, then you should be glad that broccoli exists.

Broccoli is full of a terpene, beta-caryophyllene that is known to be able to enhance the effects of cannabis. Also, similar to cannabinoids, this terpene could work well with receptors in the endocannabinoid system. Broccoli alone could help ease the symptoms of inflammation and pain, and if paired with THC, could give you a sense of relaxation.

3. Nuts and eggs

I think many Canadians are consuming nuts and eggs already. These foods are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, and these acids are known to bind themselves to cannabinoids receptors and help CBD and THC to move throughout the body faster.

Omega-3 fatty acids could also help ease the symptoms of depression and anxiety, a benefit that many Canadians are looking for from cannabis.

So you can expect the combination of omega-3 fatty acids and cannabis to work really well in the body and mind. Furthermore, the acids could even prolong the effects that you get from cannabis. So next time you get the munchies, perhaps you want to prepare nuts and eggs beforehand.

4. Sweet potatoes

Sweet potatoes are rich in carbohydrates, vitamin E, and vitamin B, which all work well to improve your mood. Vitamin B and carbohydrates could also improve serotonin production and help stabilize it at the same time.

The lack of vitamin E is also known to be the root of depression, so more of it could help alleviate the problem. Overall, sweet potatoes and cannabis could work really well together at improving your mood and overall state of mind.

5. Herbs and spices

Next time you plan on cooking with cannabis, don’t forget about your herbs and spices. Herbs such as bay, sage, and thyme, all contain a terpene called pinene, which is known for its ability to open the passages in the lungs. This allows you to absorb cannabinoids much better than usual and get high from cannabis at a faster rate.

Another terpene that you can get from herbs and spices is limonene, which is common in lemon thyme, lemon basil, and lemongrass. This awesome terpene can decrease negative feelings that could cause paranoia.

6. Pepper

I think a lot, if not, all Canadians love peppers. Peppers are one of the most delicious and versatile meal ingredients you can use. They have a lot of flavors and are very easy to incorporate into various recipes.

There are a ton of recipes that you can with peppers, you can start with some easier ones and prepare your meal just before or after you use cannabis.


So there you have it, yes, you can enhance your cannabis high with meals. The key is the ingredients you put into your meal or some other types of foods you eat on the side just before or after you use cannabis. Either one of these foods on the list should be easy to acquire and make your cannabis experience better than normal.