"I'm too paranoid to smoke weed because the two times in my life — well one time in my life, when I smoked it, I actually called 911," she revealed on the Southern Charm After Show. "I thought I was dying. I'm too on edge. Obviously I got a bad batch."
She continued, "I was at my friend's pool. So I called the 911 operator and I was like, 'I think I'm having a heart attack. You need to come get me.' And my friend who was stoned as well but she was all chill and she was in the background saying, 'She has a bad high; she's fine. Don't send an ambulance.' And I'm like, 'No, send an ambulance. I'm dying.'"
So how did it end? "They ended up talking me down; the 911 operator talked me down," Cameran said. "I guess this is a common problem when people have panic attacks from bad weed and she just said I was having a psychological reaction; I was not dying. She told me to put cold water on my head, to drink water, to sit down."
The story doesn't end there, though; check out the hilarious way Cameran decided to try to get rid of her high in the video above. And hear more about the cannabis-infused dinner, below.
The fun continues in Colorado on Wednesday's episode at 9/8c. Preview, below.