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Some people love mixing alcohol and marijuana because of the unique high it brings. However, before you go down that road, know that the combined effects of the drugs may be different from their individual effects on your body. Here are some of the heightened effects to expect:
"Greening out" is what you are likely to feel like if you take too much marijuana within a short period. When you are greening out, you will feel nauseated, dizzy, sweaty, and pale. You are more likely to green out when you smoke marijuana after taking alcohol than if you have taken marijuana alone. The experience can last for a short time or can go for as long as ten hours.
Imagine how you are likely to behave when you start greening out on the road. While feeling disoriented, anxious, and nauseated, it's highly likely that you won't be driving straight at this point. As such, you will be a prime candidate for a drinking under the influence (DUI) stop.
Increased THC Concentration in the Blood
Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the main active ingredient in marijuana. If you take both alcohol and marijuana, the level of in your blood will be higher than the level of THC that you would have had with the same amount of marijuana but no alcohol. Therefore, taking the two drugs together negates the cautiousness that drivers who use marijuana alone usually have while driving. This means that those who take both marijuana and alcohol are more likely to cause accidents than those who only take either of the drugs. Of course, the increased intoxication also raises your risk of getting nabbed for driving while intoxicated.
Lastly, it's also possible to over-drink alcohol after using marijuana. Marijuana elicits a feel-good effect, impairs judgment, and may even make it difficult for you to remember things clearly. Therefore, if you start drinking alcohol after using marijuana, you may end up taking more alcohol than you would have taken if you hadn't smoked first. The more alcohol you take, the more likely that your driving will be impaired and that you will be stopped by the police.
Therefore, for those who use both drugs, it's best to use only one of them at a time. If you have to use the two drugs together, don't use them and drive. If you do get arrested for DUI, you have the right to legal defense, and an experienced DUI attorney, such as David A. Mansfield can help you formulate this defense.