Effects of Marijuana

Marijuana effects
Although a great deal of marijuana enthusiasts, smokers and growers alike agree that the effects of marijuana are minimal, scientific studies have shown that there are health risks involved. Effects of Marijuana carries with it the inherit risk of slowing reaction time, giving the user a feeling of distorted perception, problems concentrating on current tasks, increased heart rate (but reduced blood pressure), and loss of coordination and/or learning. Dry mouth, dry eyes, cough accompanied by a sore throat, mood alterations, and tooth discoloration have also been prevalent in SOME users. Some marijuana users may decide to ingest their tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, the active ingredient that offers the feeling of being “high”. This leads to more intense feelings of hallucination, delusions, and disorientation. Although it seems like there is a list of negative health risks, effects of marijuana have also been shown to fight glaucoma, have aided cancer patients in stimulating their appetite as well as reducing nausea and vomiting during chemotherapy, AIDS in the reduction of pain, and also aids insomnia patients. Marijuana is also known to help  There are further tests being conducted to see if marijuana can also aid patients who suffer from Eczema, Epilepsy, and even Huntington’s disease. Effects of Marijuana can greatly multiply whether the plant is “rolled” (normally this refers to the use of rolling the marijuana in tobacco papers, or the like), smoked out of a glass blown pipe or water pipe, or smoked through the use of a vaporizer. However, a user can ingest the entire tetrahydrocannabinol content. This can be achieved through the extraction of the THC through the use of oil or butter. The user would then use their oil/butter to use in a recipe that calls for either. Most users who decided to go this route use their oil/butter to bake cookies, brownies, or anything of the like. Effects or marijuana greatly vary in intensity and length depending on how one decides to take the drug.
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