How To Use Marijuana To Increase Your Artistic Creativity
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How To Use Marijuana To Increase Your Artistic Creativity

Do you feel like you were born to create masterpieces? If so, you'll need to produce countless pieces of art. Leonardo da Vinci is responsible for a mountain of artwork, yet most people only know about a few special ones.

If you want to create that much work, you'll need to improve your creativity. It's easy now that marijuana is legal in many places throughout North America. Here are a few ways artists can take advantage of the wonder drug.

1. Test Different Cannabis Strains

You need to test out different strains if you want to maximize the effectiveness of cannabis. Once you've received your Toronto cannabis delivery, your sensory perception could skyrocket and your imagination could run wild.

Other strains could help you understand better, deconstruct patterns, and identify solutions to problems you've been stuck on. Keep a list of your favorite strains because you'll be able to go back to them when necessary.

2. Achieving The Perfect Dose

Geniuses are careful when they're using cannabis to create beautiful artwork. After you get a cannabis delivery in Mississauga, you don't want to end up so high you can't hold a paintbrush without making a mess on the floor.

You will need to pay attention to the dosage you're consuming. Do you know what your tolerance is when it comes to THC? If not, start with a small dose and work your way up. You'll reach a point where you're most comfortable painting.

3. Don't Forget About Edibles

Everyone loves to talk about the health benefits of marijuana, but smoking joints isn't doing you any favors. If you want to avoid damaging your body, stop filling your lungs with smoke. Instead, play around with edibles for a while.

Even though gummy bears contain some sugar, they're a hundred times better than smoking. Just be careful if you've never tried edibles before. Ingested cannabis is usually stronger, takes longer to kick in, and can last up to 12 hours.

4. Create The Right Environment

Artists should work in an environment where they feel relaxed because it enhances creativity. It's why lots of people paint close to a big window. A calming workspace is even more important when you throw in cannabis.

I know THC can help with mental health problems, but it can make you slightly anxious too. It's hard to create stunning art when you're battling unwanted thoughts. You need to keep your mind free for all the ideas you'll generate.

5. The Ideal Time Of Day

Have you ever wondered why everyone feels more creative at different times of the day? For most people, it's in the morning or before they go to bed. Creativity is heightened when you don't feel 100% awake and energetic.

Make sure you take cannabis at times when you normally feel like an idea machine. You shouldn't be too sleepy or you might decide to take a nap. If you have a tough job, it might be worth waiting until weekends to indulge in cannabis.

Make Sure You Have Lots Of Art Supplies

You might need to stock up on art supplies before you start using cannabis. You'll burn through everything fast thanks to all the ideas you bring to life.

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