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Cannabis Reaction: What is Expected?

cannabis reaction

Cannabis can be used as a medicine or for recreation; when consumed, there will be a cannabis reaction on the human body. Learn about the cannabis reaction in this article.

What is Marijuana?

Marijuana or cannabis was first used in 500BC within Asia. Ancient cultures grew weed not to get high but to use it as a medicine. Marijuana comes from the dried flower and leaves of a cannabis plant.

Cannabis initially evolved in Central Asia. Its fiber was used in making rope, paper, clothing, and more.

Later on, as time went by, people used cannabis as a medicine, and others used it for recreational purposes.  

When using cannabis, there is a certain cannabis reaction in your body. Keep reading this article for you to know what are those cannabis reactions.

Terms

There are so many ways on how to call marijuana; some may call it a bud, cannabinoids, cannabis, edibles, Mary Jane, pot, weed, and many more. Among these terms, weed is the common one. Most people use the term weed instead of marijuana.

Aroma

If you are new in using cannabis and if you are wondering how it smells like, cannabis can give you a fragrance of weedy and piney scent. The plant can provide you with stronger scents as it grows older.

Flavor

Cannabis can give you many flavors, and it can provide you with candy, floral, mint, rosemary, and wood essences. It has lots of properties, and you can consume it in any way and form you want.

CBD and THC

Now, let’s talk about CBD and THC. CBD and THC are the compounds commonly found in the cannabis plant. CBD is a term for cannabidiol, while THC stands for tetrahydrocannabinol.

What are CBD and THC for? CBD is one of the conventional treatments for disorders, including seizures.  It can also treat anxiety, Parkison’s disease, dystonia, and other diseases. THC is a psychoactive component of cannabis, which is responsible for the high sensitivity of the user. Usually, THC products are used for recreational purposes.

Different ways of consuming marijuana

Are you a smoker or do you want to consume cannabis? Between smoking and eating, the standard way of consuming cannabis is smoking, but some people don’t usually smoke. Here’s a piece of good news, especially to those people who don’t smoke. Aside from smoking, cannabis can be consumed in many ways but with the same cannabis reaction when you smoke.

Take a look into this list on how to consume cannabis:

Ingestible oil

It is an extract from the cannabis flower. It can be directly eaten, or you can put in supplements that can be ingested easily.

Edibles

Edibles can be in the form of liquids or solids, which means it can be drank or eaten. You can find cannabis edibles in different delicious forms of goods. In this process, cannabis enters the stomach, and after some time, the blood will absorb it.

These are examples of suitable edible forms:

  • Brownies
  • Chocolates
  • Beverages
  • Gummies
  • Cookies

You can now enjoy consuming cannabis while eating dessert. These edibles can be found and are sold in online dispensaries.

Health benefits of marijuana

The effect of marijuana can be long-term or short-term. Research shows that secondhand smokers can experience a temporary effect in their bodies.

Marijuana is not only for recreational purposes, but it can significantly help with the treatment of some conditions. It can be useful for some people, especially those who are suffering from various diseases. Conditions include:

Chronic Pain

Due to its compounds, cannabis can relieve chronic pain.

Lung Capacity

Latest research have found that consuming cannabis can increase the lung’s capacity and can rleieve difficulty of breathing brought about by asthma or chronic lung diseases.

Prevent Diabetes

Cannabis can help stabilize and lower blood sugar levels in those people who have diabetes.

Cancer

Research shows that cannabis can fight cancer, and it can also help manage the side effects of cancer treatment.

Depression

Cannabis can help stabilize mood and can eliminate the symptoms of depression.

Autism treatment

Since cannabis is known for supporting mood, it can help children with autism by calming and helping them control their temper.

Alcoholism

Due to the high risk of alcoholism, cannabis is a good substitute for drinking alcoholic drinks.

Glaucoma

Glaucoma is the additional pressure that occurs on the eyeball. Cannabis can be helpful for people who have glaucoma, which can relieve the stress caused by the said disorder.

Cannabis reaction

Have you ever wondered how your body reacts while you are consuming cannabis? As you consume cannabis,  various parts of the human body respond to its active chemicals. Let’s figure out the  typical cannabis reaction of the body.

Brain

Seconds after you consume cannabis, THC reaches the brain, and it will start to work. Cannabis affects the parts of the brain such as the neurons, neurotransmitters, and receptors. The work of THC in the brain is that it mimics the anandamide’s action that activates the neurons and binds to the cannabinoid receptors of the brain. The cannabis’ compound can reduce the symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease, and it also improves memory.

Nociceptive Pain

Nociceptive pain is a result of damage to the tissues. When the muscles are damaged, they will be prone to inflammation. So, how does THC and CBD work in nociceptive pain? The THC properties activate the CB2 receptors on the immune system of the body and lessens the pain-inducing response. At the same time, CBD helps alleviate inflammation in the area or injury.

Using cannabis can help reduce the pain that is due to tissue damage.

Conclusion

Marijuana can give relief to people who are suffering from different kinds of conditions. It helps them to ease the pain by taking cannabis. Nowadays, cannabis can be in various forms when compared to before, when it is only used for smoking. However, you need to be extra careful in consuming cannabis, especially when it is in dessert form as you may overdose as you enjoy different desserts with cannabis. Before using cannabis, you must visit your physician to know whether cannabis is right for you.

One thought on “Cannabis Reaction: What is Expected?

  1. kylaxx kylaxx says:

    love reading this stuff (:

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