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Tolerance Break Gummies


Introducing our revolutionary Tolerance Break Gummies - the ultimate fix when you are looking to hit pause on your crazy-high tolerance to psychoactive products like THC, CBD, or kratom.

Tolerance Reduction Support Our proprietary KQ Tolerance Break Blend is crafted with precision to aid in reducing tolerance to psychoactive substances, providing a more effective and satisfying experience.

Potentiation of Effects Experience the enhanced effects of your favorite psychoactive products by consuming our Tolerance Break Gummies an hour before partaking.

**These gummies have no cannabinoids.


Enjoy a delicious natural green apple flavor that makes the gummies a tasty and convenient addition to your routine.

Sugar, Glucose syrup, Pectin, Citric acid, Natural flavor, Fruit-derived natural color

Proprietary KQ Tolerance Break Blend

  • 4-aminobutyl-guanidine sulfate
  • L-tyrosine
  • Black pepper extract
  • Ginger extract


Simply consume one gummy an hour before using your preferred psychoactive product.  If you have an extremely high tolerance, you may need to take 2 gummies to achieve the desired impact. 


After taking your first Tolerance Break gummy, before you consume your favorite psychoactive compound, think about resetting your dose level back to your “original dose” before your tolerance forced you to take more. For example, if a single 10mg THC gummy used to be perfect for you, but now you need 4, DO NOT take 4 after taking Tolerance Break. Start with one gummy and adjust from there if needed.

Kush Queen Tolerance Break gummies do not have any cannabinoids and will not have a noticeable effect on their own.

Feels Like
Feels Like

Potentiation of effects and reduces tolerance.

Taste Like
Taste Like

Mouth watering green apple with hints of sour

Good For
Good For

Tolerance breaks, reducing consumption needs

Some Science Stuff

Consuming Tolerance Break Gummies delivers that first time high feeling after you've built up a tolerance to your favorite mind altering substances.

Agmatine Sulfate

Reduces tolerance

Science Image

Both impact your body's ability to feel psychoactive substances


A precursor for the synthesis of neurotransmitters

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a tolerance break and why do people take them?

A tolerance break, often referred to as a "T-break," is a deliberate period during which an individual abstains from using a particular substance, typically psychoactive substances like cannabis, kratom, or certain medications. The primary goal of a tolerance break is to reduce the body's tolerance to the substance, meaning that over time, the individual has developed a diminished response to the substance, requiring higher doses to achieve the desired effects.

People take tolerance breaks for various reasons:

  • Reducing Tolerance: Prolonged use of psychoactive substances can lead to the body building tolerance, meaning that over time, more of the substance is needed to achieve the same effects. Taking a break allows the body to reset, potentially leading to a lower tolerance level.
  • Enhancing Effects: After a tolerance break, individuals often find that they can achieve the desired effects with lower doses of the substance, making the experience more enjoyable and cost-effective.

How long should my tolerance break be?

The duration of a tolerance break can vary significantly and is influenced by several factors, including the substance in question, the individual's usage patterns, and personal goals. There is no one-size-fits-all answer, and the length of a tolerance break is often a subjective decision. 

For Cannabis (THC), tolerance breaks can range from a few days to several weeks. Some individuals find benefits from a short break of 3-7 days, while others may opt for a more extended break of 2-4 weeks.

For Kratom: Tolerance breaks for kratom are often recommended to last at least one to two weeks. Some users may benefit from longer breaks, up to a month or more, to reset their tolerance.

What is 4-aminobutyl-guanidine sulfate?

4-Aminobutyl-guanidine sulfate, commonly known as agmatine sulfate, is a compound derived from the amino acid L-arginine, naturally present in the human body. Functioning as a neurotransmitter and neuromodulator in the central nervous system, agmatine regulates the release of key neurotransmitters like serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine, influencing mood and cognitive processes. Additionally, it plays a role in nitric oxide production, affecting blood flow and cardiovascular health.

Check out this study on the effects of agmatine.

What is L-tyrosine?

L-tyrosine is a non-essential amino acid found in protein-rich foods like meat, dairy, fish, nuts, and seeds, and can be synthesized by the body from phenylalanine. Functioning as a precursor for neurotransmitters, particularly dopamine, L-tyrosine plays a vital role in mood regulation, motivation, and cognitive functions. Some individuals choose to take L-tyrosine supplements to support cognitive performance and enhance mood, especially in times of stress or fatigue. 

How can I reduce my cannabis tolerance?

Reducing cannabis tolerance involves taking a break from cannabis use, commonly known as a tolerance break (T-break). The recommended duration for the break varies, with at least two weeks to a month or more suggested for a more effective reset. Gradual reduction before the break, staying hydrated, engaging in regular exercise, maintaining a healthy diet, and considering the use of CBD are additional strategies. Practicing mindfulness, stress reduction techniques, and setting goals during the break can contribute to a more intentional and mindful approach to cannabis consumption when resumed. Individual responses vary, so it's important to listen to your body and, if necessary, consult with a healthcare professional for personalized advice or concerns regarding the process.

How often should I take a kratom break?

Listening to your body's response to kratom is crucial in determining when to take breaks. If you notice signs of tolerance or adverse effects, it's wise to consider rotating strains or adopting an intermittent usage pattern. Rotating strains helps prevent tolerance buildup since each strain contains different alkaloid profiles. Additionally, intermittent use, such as alternating between periods of kratom consumption and breaks, can also aid in preventing tolerance and dependence.

I can’t get high anymore, what can I do?

If you're no longer feeling the effects of cannabis or other psychoactive substances, try Kush Queen’s Tolerance Break gummies and/or consider taking a tolerance break to reset your body's response. This break, ranging from days to weeks, allows your system to adjust. Additionally, try experimenting with different consumption methods such as vaping, edibles, or tinctures, as varying methods can sometimes yield different results.

How long can I take Tolerance Break gummies?

The duration for taking tolerance break gummies can vary based on individual needs and goals. As a general guideline, tolerance break gummies are typically used during a tolerance break from cannabis or other psychoactive substances. The length of a tolerance break can vary from a few days to several weeks or even longer, depending on factors such as the individual's tolerance level, frequency and amount of substance use, and personal health goals.

During the tolerance break, individuals may choose to take tolerance break gummies as part of their strategy to reduce tolerance to psychoactive substances and enhance the effects when they resume use.