Marijuana, medicine of the next gen

Posted by Arnold Vargas on November 18, 2017 in Health |

They say that if you can bring a smile on someone’s face then you get a place in heaven. They also say that if you smoke a puff of marijuana in hell then you can experience the heaven inside. So, by this analogy the people who are growing marijuana plants are God themselves. Well to be honest, they are doing a lot for the humankind. Marijuana by its name only raises a loads of debate that whether it is good or bad and the side effects it leaves in a human body when consumed. There’s an old saying, Excess of everything is bad; so is marijuana. If you are a regular pot smoker then obviously the smoke is destroying every bit of your body in a geometric progression every day, but at the same time if you are taking small dosage of medicinal cannabis which has been prescribed by your physician then it’s curing every bit of the illness in your body. There’s always a good side and a bad side of a thing, what matters is your perspective to look at it.

Medical Marijuana has the chemicals or cannabinoids in it which can cure a range of illness like HIV AIDS, glaucoma, cancer, muscle stiffness etc. The two most important cannabinoids from the marijuana plants that are of medical interest are TCH (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD. TCH when mixes with the blood through lungs makes the brain to secrete dopamine which helps smokers get stoned. This action takes a very less time to occur. CBD unlike TCH possess no such properties which might make humans high. So, a lot is being researched about the marijuana plants under the surveillance of DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration), the betterment of these researches can help to cure the most dangerous diseases of this world.
Gone are the days when marijuana will only be associated with pot smokers, the Gen X is going to associate medicinal marijuana with the cure of disease, the most vulnerable diseases.

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