Different Uses of Marijuana & its Side-Effects

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Different Uses of Marijuana its Side-Effects - Apart from the medicial use and the potential benefits of Marijuana as a herb it also has the life threatening side-effects if not taken medicinally or taken in excess even during medicinal treatment. Marijuana can be consumed in different ways and in different forms like- it can be taken as a smoke thorough vape consumed by cooking it in the food and can be used as a part of oil brew it with tea or by using it with other topical or oral marijuana products. There is not much research into the effects of secondhand marijuana smoke. It is possible that secondhand smoke exposure may be enough to cause some of the temporary effects as well as some of the long-term effects in some people. More research is necessary to examine the effects of secondhand marijuana smoke. When it comes to consuming marijuana in the form of smoke then there is not much research on the side-effects of secondhand marijuana smoke. Visit our Cannabis Oil online store The following article discusses some of the top 10 side-effects that marijuana has on the body. One major downside to this decision is the lack of information about the potential side effects of marijuana use. Because the federal government categorizes pot as having no medicinal value and a high likelihood for abuse research grants related to weed consumption are sparse. Even without a lot of research though experts do know that marijuana use is not totally consequence-free as it relates to people’s physical health and wellbeing. Top 10 Side Effects of Using Marijuana

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1. Addiction – there’s long been a debate about whether pot is physically addictive and very little about whether it’s psychologically addictive. Both are true especially as it concerns younger long-term users who started their habit on potent strains with high THC the psychoactive ingredient in weed. 2. Memory Loss – According a study in which more than 3000 Americans with 25 years of age who used to weed on a daily basis for 5 years or more were examined and it has been observed that these people were suffering from acute memory loss or have a poor verbal memory compared to those who didn’t smoke or smoked less. 3. Social Anxiety Disorders – National Academies of Science appointed a committee “Engineering and Medicine” which has highlighted the fact that the regular use of Marijuana can lead to mental problems like- depression anxiety stress and schizophrenia. 4. Physcological Effect – a study conducted at the University of Oxford observed that the over dosage of Tetrahydrocannabinol THC a chemical compound found in cannobinoid can lead to a sense of paranoia due to the result of the changes in their sensory perception. 5. Heart Damage – Marijuana fastens the heart rate by 20–50 beats per minute that means a significant raise in a person’s heart rate by upto 3 hours. Therefore people who are addicted to use Marijuana are 26 more prone to have a heart stroke than those who didn’t use marijuana. 6. Lung Problems – The smokers of Marijuana are likely to suffer from lung irritation since it has a similar range of chemicals to tobacco when smoked. Its long term use might result into serious respiratory issues such as airway inflammation wheezing and an increase in mucus coughed up from the respiratory tract. 7. Low Testosterone – The high levels of Tetrahydrocannabinol THC in the cannobinoid can result in low production of testosterone which can cause sluggishness weight gain and even affect the libido. But testostrerone level can return back to normal only after limiting the usage of marijuana. 8. Appetite Irregularities – Cannabinoids affects the brain signals in a negative way by disturbing the signals. These cells which are responsible for informing the brain that the body is full just reverse the response and transform it with the feelings of hunger which makes the person to eat more despite of being full which leads to overeating and ultimately leading to weight gain. 9. Risk of Greater Potency – with lax regulations on marijuana products certain strains of marijuana have incredibly high rates of THC compared to pot from just 20 years ago. Between 2013 and 2014 shortly after Colorado legalized recreational weed emergency room visits doubled mostly as a result of potent edibles.

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Before the lax regulations on marijuana products it was discovered that 20 years ago some strains of marijuana had a comparatively high level of THC. 10. Decrease in Motor Responses – the National Institute on Drug Abuse NIDA reports that “marijuana significantly impairs motor coordination and reaction time” which is a detriment most especially while driving but can be a factor in other types of preventable accidents as well. The increased usage of marijuana has led to an increased rate of accidents since it impairs the motor coordination and reaction time of the situation especially when driving. Takeaway Marijuana has many potential short- and long-term effects on the body. Although many proponents believe that marijuana is a modern day cure-all others believe that its negative effects outweigh its potential medicinal benefits. People have used marijuana recreationally for many years. As of 2019 34 states in the United States have some form of legal cannabis. A few states have also legalized its recreational use. In states where recreational use is still not legal people should consider other approaches and speak to their healthcare provider about what is best for them. To Read more visit: http://www.realmarijuanaonlinestore.com/blog/

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