Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, most commonly known as PTSD, has long plagued veterans. Whether it's flashbacks, nightmares, or something more sinister, PTSD has been a definite mental health problem that veterans have dealt with for decades; in the early 1900s, the closest thing to PTSD would have been what was commonly known back then as shell shock. Shortly after that, it was known as that or battle fatigue, and then PTSD became the standard term for anyone who deals with the burden of trying to cope with what may have been seen in an operational theater such as Iraq or Afghanistan.
It may come as little surprise that teens start experimenting with marijuana in their early adolescence. Some might argue that it's nearly a rite of passage for many, as there appears to be a growing number of kids who are turning onto the drug. Now, it seems that marijuana is now the drug of choice for many with anxiety or depression.
Every day, it seems like there is another story about the things that marijuana can help with. People suffering from chronic pain, depression, anxiety, insomnia, and a variety of other illnesses have had their lives changed by smoking weed, and more users join their ranks every day. You may be convinced by all the news of the health benefits, but you might also be wondering, is smoking marijuana damaging your lungs?
Getting stoned and putting on some songs may be a stoner stereotype, but the observant cannabis user will know that there’s just something different about music when you’re high. So what’s the relationship between weed and music? Thankfully there have been a number of studies that have explored this dynamic, allowing us to present you with the best theories about how weed affects our perception of music and why some types of music sound better after you've smoked weed. We look at some of the different ways weed makes you perceive music, as well as the way it affects your brain generally. Join us to explore the relationship between weed and music.
Until recently, the study of the positive effects of marijuana has been relatively overlooked, as have the benefits of cannabidiol, or CBD oil, a non-psychoactive ingredient in marijuana. Besides the still-evident stigmatization of cannabis, specific government legislation and funding constraints have made it all the more difficult for scientists to focus on CBD research.
Marijuana is currently the world’s most popular drug for both recreational and medicinal use, and one of the many reasons for this is that weed can improve your relationship. Numerous studies have been conducted on this naturally occurring substance that documented health benefits. The psychoactive chemical tetrahydrocannabinol is responsible for producing a high that is influences the functions of the body and can be felt and observed on the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual levels. In fact, marijuana use has grown exponentially over the years by people of all ages and backgrounds. Weed can improve your relationship by producing whole body relaxation effects and promoting emotional well-being, allowing you to enjoy every aspect of your relationship.
Native Americans have always respected and used “teaching plants.” By far the most commonly used and most beneficial plant is cannabis or marijuana. Whether it was smoked or eaten, its use has been verified around the world and dates back to the beginning of man himself.
Years ago, if you imagined a place that embraces unrestricted self-expression, a place unencumbered by narrow-minded norms and conservative legislation, what might have instantly popped into your mind was: Amsterdam. Amsterdam is still a choice destination in Europe that allows people to enjoy the many hedonistic pleasures that life has to offer. They have the most progressively liberal laws and have continued to blaze the trail in enactment of legislation that accommodates diverse interests–euthanasia, gay marriage, legal prostitution, and cannabis among others–which make Amsterdam a place for everyone.
It is that time before dawn when the sky is still dark. Awakening to the sense that the sun is coming, feeling the chill of the wind that travels round the earth with the sun, I rise, smelling the scent that says morning is here. The birds outside feel it and sing their songs to it.
People do care about smoking good pot. And the people who can afford it will fork over as much as it costs. These days many of the 16 - 20 year old kids, first time users are learning from parents of second generation weed advocates. Their mommies and daddies remember their own halcyon days They empathize with the possibility of paranoia, parking lot pot parties and searching for a lighter that works.
4/20 – The major cannabis holiday. We all know about the day, the number, and the time – but how exactly did it come to be? Today we’ll be peering back into history to discover the real origin behind 4/20.
So you want to have a baby. The doctor tells you all of the things you cannot do when you are pregnant. Kind of makes you wonder why you wanted to get pregnant in the first place. I can't drink? I can't smoke? I can't mainline heroin? What exactly did I get myself into?