>can you give me a crash course on what Weed expends?
I'm really sorry to say but I don't think I can give you one. Part of this is because I've personally had no interest in weed, not because I don't approve or disapprove of it but I've had no interest in using it myself. Let me see if I can point you in the right direction.
Examine.com is one of the first places I go for broad, general, and well-sourced information on supplements. Although they're still in the early phases of aggregating information, so some pages are really small. Despite that, their page on marijuana seems to be one of the biggest on their site.
>I used to be able to do it all the time but it started to give me anxiety/cause problems communicating. If I knew what the fuel source was might be able to use it again
I'll reiterate that there's a challenge in creatiing a crash course because now that I've looked over their Marijuana page, it shows that it affects over 11 neurological systems in the brain, and this is due to the two forms of THC but moreso the different cannabinoids. Their sub-sections on Anxiety and Stress and Memory and Learning should help you out. I suggest reading those and then estimating how heavy your usage of it was. Heavy usage, like most drugs, seems to be the biggest risk factor and where most problems associated with marijuana arise. My recommendation is to focus on finding a way to return to baseline levels - pre-tolerance or pre-usage levels.
Because of Marijuana's affect on glutaminergic transmission, I suggest supplementing with L-glutamine and the best way to do this is with a protein powder. Because of the other amino acids found in these powders you will incidentally take a shotgun approach to supplementation and address marijuana's affect on serotonin and glycinergic receptors.
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