Black & green tea
Tea has a reputation as soothing and relaxing, and this is exactly the effect it can enhance when enjoyed with pot. The antioxidant catechin, which is responsible for many of the health benefits of tea, binds with the brain's receptors for the cannabinoid that promotes feelings of peace and tranquility. So the next time your friend is tweaking out after eating too many brownies, have them try a cup of tea before checking themselves into the local hospital for being too high. That's just embarrassing for everyone.
This is not what we had in mind when our parents told us broccoli was an important part of our diets, and certainly not what you think to eat when you're one toke over the line. Aside from actually being delicious, broccoli contains beta caryophyllene, which works in tandem with the cannabinoid that reduces inflammation and physical pain. Eating a few ounces of broccoli before indulging can enhance the pain-relieving effects of ganga, working especially well with strains that are designed with that medical purpose. When you think about it, broccoli kind of looks like weed... coincidence, or synchronicity?