Matching weed, like Chiefing, is another slang term that is used in the stoner community. It concerns the social rules of smoking weed in a group. Some of the aspects of the matching weed rule are common sense. Other aspects though could be a surprise to newbie weed smokers. Therefore, it is important that beginning
Official Definition – “Match Weed”
Like with most slang terms, there isn’t an official definition for Matching Weed. So, to answer the question of “What Does It Mean to Match Weed?” I referenced a few websites and also used my observations.
Supplying equal quantities and quality of weed when attending a smoking session.
The quantity part of this definition is pretty much self-explanatory. I.E., If all of your friends bring an eighth of weed to a party, you must also bring an eighth. The quality part is based upon my observations, and it means that you need to bring with you similar and/or identical weed strains to a smoking session. This means that if you know your friend is bringing the dispensary purchased strain of the year-Runtz, you should not bring ditch weed to the party.
Why Is Matching Weed Important?
The “Match Weed” rule will most likely come up with recreational marijuana use, as medical marijuana smoking isn’t usually done in a group smoking session. You should attempt to match weed for both social and quality reasons, which are explained below.
Social and Quality Reasons
Mostly, the social reasons to match weed are quite evident and are pretty much common sense. It is simply polite (when you are expected) to bring the same quality and similar strain of weed to a social gathering.
Exception To The Rule-You match weed when a party hosts or a group of friends expect you do so. So, if a party host says he’s supplying weed, and you do not need to, you can forget the above. But, bring weed to a smoking session if it is customary among your group.
Concerning quality, matching means that you should only bring
Night Time Vs. Day Time Strains
A prime example of a nighttime strain is Hindu Kush, which is a 100% indica strain that has 19% THC.
The opposite of Hindu Kush’s sedative effect is Green Crack. Green Crack, as you might imagine, gets its name from its uplifting effects. The Green Crack strain is known to help smokers combat stress, fatigue and also enhance focus. The last thing you want to do at most parties is to have everyone fall asleep. So, common sense would say that for most social situations, you should not bring, to a party, the sleep-inducing Hindu kush.
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