I know almost all marijuana smokers, at one point or another, will experience a "bad high." I made this thread so that people could discuss "bad highs." I'll start it off. I've been smoking for a little less than two years now. All of my experiences have been great, but during this past summer vacation, I smoked nearly everyday for the first time. In late July, I experienced my first "bad high," panic attack, whatever you want to call it. It was horrible. I could not think or pull myself together, I was having both visual and auditory hallucinations, my senses were all warped, and I was vomiting. This forced me to quit smoking for about a month, because I had no desire to repeat this experience. After a while, I figured I would try it again, and once again I had a bad high, only not nearly as intense. Since then, I have had 4 more bad highs, all of them when I smoke alone. They never seem to happen when I smoke with my friends. I believe that they are caused by the increased amount of stress and anxiety that has come into my life lately, but I'm not quite sure. I'm trying to find a way that I can get back to the regular, good high and reduce my chances of having a bad high. Any suggestions and other personal experiences would be appreciated. Thanks!