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These foods contain cannabis most frequently.

Sweet Potato

In addition to being delicious, sweet potatoes are renowned as a potent mood enhancer. It is because serotonin, the pleasure chemical in the brain, is produced by complex carbs and vitamin B, which are abundant in them. Sweet potatoes have the added benefit of being low in protein and fat, facilitating serotonin’s ability to alter your mood.

Similarly, some hemp studies have found that some weed strains, especially sativas, can benefit people experiencing anxiety and despair due to their elevating properties. So try adding a basket of sweet potato fries if you want to increase the happiness that the sativa strain of marijuana has already brought you just a little bit more.

Black Pepper

Cannabis cultivars with a peppery flavor and scent include Hash Plant. The cause of this? They have a lot of a specific terpene called beta-caryophyllene (BCP). A fragrance molecule called terpene can be found in plant essential oils. Unsurprisingly, black pepper contains a lot of this distinctive flavor as well.

Omega-3 Rich Foods

A high source of omega-3 fatty acids is found in nuts, salmon, avocados, and quinoa. Unexpectedly, it is believed that the acids bind to cannabinoids, perhaps boosting the effects of marijuana.

So the trip can get going and last longer than expected if you grab a handful of walnuts as a snack. Compared to the traditional, oily junk food associated with cravings, these healthful foods are far better for the body.


Beta-caryophyllene is also present in rosemary, like black pepper (BCP). Although BCP is a terpene, some scientists now refer to the substance as dietary marijuana. BCP has a lot of medicinal potentials, as was already mentioned. In addition, the terpene is thought to help with pain relief and addiction treatment when paired with cannabinoids like THC and CBD.


It’s challenging to select only a few herbs containing valuable terpenes. However, the presence of some terpenes, such as pinene and limonene, in both weed and the culinary herbs you consume may help to explain why we so affectionately refer to marijuana as THE Herb. Pinene is a compound in sage and thyme, while limonene is prevalent in lemon basil, lemon thyme, and lemongrass.

Pinene has a reputation for widening the airways in the lungs, which might hypothetically facilitate marijuana absorption into the bloodstream and enhance your experience. In addition, limonene is known for easing tension, depression, and anxiety, just like the vitamins in sweet potatoes. When lifting yourself is difficult, a herbal tea that complements the Herb may provide a welcome boost.

Flax seeds

Many of the chemicals found in flax seeds and the flax plant, in general, are incredibly similar to cannabinoids. According to research, CBD and flax both have anti-inflammatory effects and can aid in inducing an autoimmune reaction.


You may take Echinacea as soon as you start to feel sick. It is most famous for being a natural cold or flu cure. But it’s also used to treat other medical conditions like pain, inflammation, and migraines.


Anandamide, an endocannabinoid naturally created in the human brain and controls mood, memory, appetite, and pain perception, is present in truffles, particularly black truffles, according to research. Additionally, they include many enzymes needed for the metabolism of endocannabinoids.

A lipid found in the brain called anandamide binds to cannabinoid receptors and imitates the actions of cannabinoids. According to detailed research, anandamide releases compounds that function biologically similarly to THC and is well-equipped with endocannabinoid-binding receptors. Because of this, some scientists have even begun referring to it as the “bliss molecule.”


Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines frequently include the necessary, moderately flavoring spice turmeric. In addition, since curcumin, a healthy ingredient is a potent anti-inflammatory, it is also often praised for its benefit. In breast cancer treatments based on cannabinoids, it has also been demonstrated to be a regulator of tumor cell pharmacy interaction!


Marijuana users have a widespread misconception that eating dark chocolate before smoking increases your high potency. The endocannabinoid system is influenced by substances found in chocolate. Similar to non-intoxicating CBD found in marijuana, chemicals in chocolate interact with a particular bodily enzyme to increase levels of the body’s endogenous endocannabinoids in the bloodstream. Endocannabinoid refers to cannabinoid substances that the body naturally produces.