There are several reasons why you may not feel the effects of smoking weed:

1. Tolerance: If you smoke regularly, your body may build up a tolerance to the effects of THC, the psychoactive compound in marijuana.

2. Dosage: The amount of THC you consume can affect the intensity of the high. If you’re not used to smoking or if you’re smoking a low-THC strain, you may not feel the effects as strongly.

3. Quality of the cannabis: The potency and quality of the marijuana can also affect the intensity of the high. Poor quality or old cannabis may not produce the desired effects.

4. Method of consumption: The way you consume marijuana can also impact the effects. Smoking or vaporizing cannabis is more quickly absorbed into the bloodstream than consuming edibles, for example.

5. Individual factors: Your own biology, including your metabolism and tolerance, can impact how you experience the effects of marijuana.

If you’re not feeling the effects of marijuana, it may be helpful to try a different strain or method of consumption, or to talk to a healthcare professional for further guidance.