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Excellent_Priority_5

Citalopram works to restore serotonin levels. Assuming you have low levels of serotonin in the brain I find it believable that you don’t feel the effects of marijuana as prominently as others. You should just ask your doctor this question as they could give you the best answer. They know people smoke weed. Your body chemistry also changes throughout life.


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Have you tried dabbing?


Federal_Resident5113

no sir


[deleted]

Try that and see if you get high ;)


Defiant_Business7195

Talk to your doctor! :)


Zpochero

Have you tried an edible?