Smoking weed is a fantastic experience that can be different every time. One of the annoying side effects of smoking weed is that you can get a dry mouth. This is called a cotton mouth. The warm smoke that you inhale can irritate your airways, throat, and palate. These are all annoying effects that can ruin a very nice experience. And smoking should be fun, right? That's why we have some tips to prevent a sore throat, or if you already have a sore throat, to reduce it. Read on and discover why the effect of a dry mouth occurs, how to avoid cotton mouth and what you can do to get some relief.


Side Effects of Smoking Cannabis

Smoking pot is an awesome experience, but the physical side effects can be somewhat harsh. Cannabis can cause a few negative side effects that are not necessarily dangerous but can be annoying. These can make the enjoyment of smoking less pleasant. When smoking marijuana becomes universally legalized, the research into its effects will be much more prevalent and exhaustive. But as it stands, we are still restricted in only being able to mitigate these annoyances with the information we have at hand.


In this article, we focus on the appearance of the phenomenon of cottonmouth. Cottonmouth is an effect that your throat feels irritated and dry after smoking weed. Cottonmouth is one of the most common negative side effects of pot smoking. Almost all people who smoke get a cottonmouth. But what is the cause of this? And what can you do to soothe your throat?

Cotton Mouth

You can avoid a dry, cotton mouth by drinking plenty of water before and during the smoking of cannabis. It is especially important to drink enough water to keep your body hydrated. There are many ways to soothe your throat. Tea with honey works for some people, and Chamomile tea is also very soothing. Some sweets can have soothing properties. It is also important to keep your mouth clean and brush your teeth daily so that smoke residue does not linger in your mouth.


Sore, Dry Throat from Smoking Weed

Sometimes it's not just a cotton mouth, but you also tend to cough when you smoke weed. This is caused by the throat being irritated. The main reason for this is that you inhale hot smoke, and your airways dry out. The weed smoke affects the entire airways, from your mouth to your lungs and your bronchial tubes. In addition, the production of saliva is slowed down.

In Conclusion?

Below are some suggestions which will help you to lower the effects of, and perhaps eradicate, cotton mouth.

  • Chewing gum or taking a mint can help: It will help to clean any smoke particles that are lingering in your mouth and throat. This will help to clean out your mouth and remove the particles from irritating you.
  • You can start by drinking water: Water is the best way to mitigate a dry throat or mouth. It also keeps you hydrated.
  • You can Drink other hydration drinks: You can drink a sports drink or other drink developed to hydrate you. This will keep you hydrated and your throat from being as irritated.
  • Drink Tea With Honey: Tea and honey will help to soothe an irritated throat caused by smoking.


Try these tips because it would be a shame if your amazing smoking experience were ruined by a cottonmouth or other side effects. Happy toking!