Benefits of Marijuana on The Body
Statistics show that cannabis herb ranks as one of the most common “light” drugs. Ironically, in countries where the use of cannabis is legally allowed, the rate of drug abuse is far lower than it is in those countries without the law.
Learn the benefits of ” weed” in depth in this article.
Impact of Cannabis on The Function of The Central Nervous System
Specialists prove that cannabis does not possess shrooms Canada, which may cause lethargy or decrease morale. Of special importance is the impact of cannabis on perceiving and memorizing new data. When the recommended dosage is taken in an acute dose, reversible difficulties with short-term recall may be experienced, but all functions recover fully afterward. Marijuana’s impact on cognitive skills has not really been proven, so the ability of cannabis to interfere directly with mental thinking and attention span is another hoax.
Effects of Cannabis on Sexual Hormones and Reproductive Function
The impact on basic reproductive performance of medical cannabis (for example, penis envy mushrooms) has been researched in both men and the weaker gender. Even the regular use of cannabis pot was shown to affect neither testosterone levels nor estrogen production. Slight variations in hormone levels during regular use could be noticed, however, the figures remained well within limits and rapidly recovered to baseline readings.
Quite the reverse, but cannabis noticeably raises one’s libido, libido, and sense of self-appeal in the sight of the other sex. That is why it is easy to say with certainty that cannabis has no influence on your hormonal background, and reports of sexual impotency, fertility abnormalities, and similar issues are the results of faulty medical trials performed right before the appearance of sophisticated clinical equipment.
The Impact of Cannabis on The Airways
It has been proven that with the delivery of Vancouver Marijuana, far fewer hemp cigs are being smoked and less smoking is inhaled during the course of a day. At the same thing, though, with regular consumption, a man has become more prone to acute Respiratory Infections, and there are more often health problems in the shape of respiratory bronchitis, as far as getting pneumonia. Such effects of medical marijuana on the lungs need to consider when deciding treatment strategies for severe breathing difficulties. To decrease the risk of smoking cannabis, it is advisable not inhaling deep or withhold the fumes in the throat – counter to common perception, this certainly does not enhance the cannabis’s psychoactive effects.
Marijuana’s Effect on The Cardiovascular System
Marijuana’s effect on the heart & blood vessels is controversial and dependent on numerous factors. For example, the human body has relatively recently discovered so-called cannabinoid receptors of two types:
- CB 1 is located in the endothelium of arteries, capillaries, and nerve endings, which regulate myocardial function;
- CB 2 is located in cardiomyocytes and in the arterial endothelium.
Marijuana varieties containing high concentrations of THC increase CB 1 activity, which manifests as tachycardia with a simultaneous decrease in vascular tone and blood pressure. In addition, regular use of high doses of cannabis accelerates the formation of atherosclerotic plaques on the inside of the arteries, which in turn increases the risk of stroke and heart attack.
The impact of marijuana on blood vessels should be considered in the presence of risk factors: obesity, cardiovascular disease in the immediate family, already diagnosed arrhythmia, hypertension, and thrombosis. Experts agree that moderate amounts of marijuana are safer than smoking or drinking alcohol. And after the expected legalization of cannabis in our country will appear medical marijuana with reduced THC content, which, according to doctors, has some cardioprotective properties.
The Effect of Cannabis on The Digestive Organs
It has been relatively recently discovered that THC has the ability to normalize the immune system and, in particular, the cells “responsible” for the development of autoimmune processes. That is why the moderate use of marijuana is a kind of prevention of nonspecific ulcerative colitis (Crohn’s disease) and some other pathologies. Marijuana also has a moderate anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect in gastritis and peptic ulcer disease.
The effect of marijuana on the liver is interesting. Cannabis has been found to neutralize the negative effects of long-term alcohol abuse, improper diet, and hepatotoxic medications, as well as help with fatty hepatosis. The prospects of using medical cannabis in the complex therapy of liver diseases are being actively studied.