In the recent past the popularity of cannabidiol (CBD) has grown in leaps and bounds. In just a short period of time, this cannabis extract has been shown to have a number of health benefits. While more research is needed on the safety of the use of CBD for medical purposes, it is already in use either in oils or edibles. Many of these are available from online dispensaries as well.
A lot of people disregard marijuana, weed, pot, reefer, etc. as a gateway drug. I believe it can be depending on the person, as it was in my case. Trying any substance can easily lead to curiosity of other substances. I smoked marijuana for the first time my freshman year in high school. I fell in love with the effects of being high. I got to the point to where I would skip class to get high with friends. My senior year I would smoke marijuana every night before bed. I noticed I would be extremely sleepy and groggy the next morning. I would fall asleep during class and get in trouble. Marijuana would make me lazy, tired, and unproductive. I told myself I would never try any other drug, especially meth or heroin. Marijuana would lead me to curiosity of other substances later on.
Marijuana? The cure or the enemy?
Weed is the most consumed substance all around the world and it's also the most readily available. However, this doesn't change the fact that most people still believe in some of the myths regarding cannabis. Here we will debunk the most popular ones and go over some facts.
Smoking marijuana does not seem natural to many people because it has not been a legal substance for very long. It is still illegal in most states, so some individuals may just now be learning the side effects of the drug and wanting to know the symptoms of being high on marijuana. How do you know if you’re high and if you have smoked enough to get high? Drug abuse is a real problem, so knowing the side effects and being aware of these symptoms is important in order to smoke weed responsibly.
For a long time, scientists and artists have wondered how marijuana affects creativity. Over recent years, research has shed some light on the effects of marijuana on creativity.
Half-Centimeter Wide Spliff
Have anyone ever heard of having an addiction to weed? Well there is such a thing. That means that their body depends on the drug and that they have no control over how their body reacts when sober. This sometimes comes with smoking too much over a long period of time. There are several factors that are affected when someone has an addiction to weed, whether it's their mood, sleeping habits, appetite. Weed affectx all these aspects of life. Understand this though, of all the drugs out there, this one is the least harmful. It does affect your drive for things, but that's another story. In this article I will be writing about some symptoms that could lead back to an addiction to all of our favorites, marijuana.
Discussing the subject of marijuana withdrawal is no easy task. Many people are simply unwilling to ask the question: Is marijuana addictive?Proponents of both medical and recreational medical marijuana use are quick to insist that smoking marijuana isn't at all addictive, making it impossible to go through the withdrawal process. Detractors, however, decry it as a gateway drug, and suggest that your first toke is also your first step toward substance abuse. It's a complicated situation. The truth lies somewhere in the middle, as it usually does. To be fair, it skews toward the safety of marijuana consumption. While withdrawal does exist, and addiction by the same token, it's not widespread. In fact, you can say the phenomenon is rare. It depends more on the individual than the cannabis.
Many are already well aware of some of the health benefits tied to cannabis. From its buds to its leaves to the health benefits of juicing cannabis, there are also a plethora of ways cannabis can be used to deliver those very benefits.
We’ve all been there. Binge drinking with our college friends, sniffing something that shouldn’t be sniffed, putting alcohol or any sort of foreign drug into our body—these are all examples of behavior that can and will most likely lead to a massive hangover. Hangovers can last hours and sometimes even days depending on what substance you put into your body, but does this include cannabis too?