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How Cannabis Effects the Brain

Cannabis or popularly known as marijuana is a genus of flowering plant known for its medical and recreational purposes. The use of medical marijuana in treating different illnesses has dated way back since the ancient times. The use of Cannabis was stopped and banned because of the negative weeds effect on the brain especially when abused.  The long term effects of Marijuanas include memory loss, respiratory health problems, schizophrenia, and addiction.

What is CBD and how it affects the brain

Recently, in the state level, about 29 states in the United States have legalized Cannabis growing due to the therapeutic potentials discovered from Cannabidiol or CBD oil. This is an extract from Marijuana plant which has little to zero intoxicating properties.

Many scientific studies were conducted in order to shed more light with regards to medical marijuanas effects on the brain. The CBD oil extracted from hemp contains chemicals that binds cannabinoid receptors in the brain, shows positive response in helping people with anxiety, relieves pain or manages the symptoms of their medical conditions.

Other potential therapeutic effects of CBD oil include:

  1. Ease the symptoms of cancer, HIV/AIDS, arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, Crohn’s Disease, Alzheimer’s, and epilepsy
  2. Pain reliever
  3. Reduces the side effects of cancer’s treatment such as Chemotherapy and radiation
  4. Improves appetite
  5. Helps manage the symptoms of certain neurological disorders and PTSD

Should you take CBD for your health conditions?

CBD oil is extracted from hemp which does not produce the “high”. Meaning it is the safest form of medical marijuana since it doesn’t make you addicted. If you want to know more about the medical marijuana, then talk to your physician. They know better about CBD as well as it gateway effect more than anyone else, plus they are already familiar with your medical history too. They can give you better advice on how to use the treatment and where to get it.

Furthermore, if you live in one of the 29 states where growing of Cannabis and the medical use of it is already legal, you might like to consider growing your own Cannabis. This is a cheaper alternative compared to buying the product in the black market. Aside from that, you can also get a good Cannabis processing equipment and learn how to process hemp to produce CBD oil so you can process it yourself.

There are many guides and tips you can get online on how to grow your own Cannabis properly as well as the right way to process a CBD oil. Or you can contact us for FREE assistance; we will guide you from the selection of Cannabis growing equipment to CBD oil processing.