Wake & Bake has a bad reputation
Often characterized simply as the provenance of lazy, shiftless welfare-cheat potheads, the practice’s reality is actually considerably more complicated than that. As it turns out, most people who get high as soon as they wake up actually tend to have a reason for doing so, and it has nothing to do with just wanting to stay in bed.
But there is a way to do it right – meaning there’s also a way to do it wrong. The best way to wake and bake is the way that’s right for you, and that means preparing.
Choose the right strain
Choosing the wrong strain can ruin your whole experience, so ask yourself why you’re waking-and-baking before doing so. If you’re trying to get an early morning boost, try Gelonade. If you’re staving off panic and anxiety, an indica-balanced hybrid like Animal Cookies might do the trick. Animal Cookies also works as a pain reliever. Do some research and talk to a budtender before choosing. (If you live in Los Angeles, try chatting with the experts at GrassDoor Marijuana Delivery.)
Next: Get yourself set up
You may not need to do this if you’re just planning on spending a relaxing Sunday getting high and reading novels in your bedroom. And if you’re trying wake & bake for the first time, you might want to do it on a day that you’ve got no plans for. But if you’re heading to school or work afterwards, or otherwise need to be somewhere, you should automate the process the night before as much as you can. Set up your stash. Put the coffee maker on a timer. Set the breakfast ingredients out.
Don’t sleep on edibles
Hey, not everyone can use inhalants or smoke weed. Some people have bad lungs, others don’t like smoking. Plus, there are so many great edibles on the market these days, it’s crazy to not try more. If you do use edibles, though, remember that they can take up to three hours to kick in. For most people, it only takes about an hour – so try setting an alarm one hour before you need to get up. Then hop out of bed, munch your edible, and head back to the sack for another fifty-nine minutes.
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