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In the USA In the United States of America, cannabis is considered to be the most used illegal drug. The National Survey on Drug Use and Health reported that about ninety-five million Americans (12+ years old) have smoked cannabis once in their lifetime. And about 75 percent illegal drug users have revealed that they have used cannabis at least once in the last one month. In spite being indirectly harmless, cannabis has some of the most adverse effects on social, economic, safety and ...
Marijuana Values There is scientific evidence that marijuana, in certain cases, is a very powerful medication in treating emotional, psychiatric and behavioral disorders. You may have a hard time believing that marijuana may have values other than recreational ones. Truth is marijuana has been successful with its psychiatric applications for centuries. I personally know a guy who had a serious injury to his head and before that he had an erratic and explosive temper all the time. After the ...
Cannabis plants have so many uses that our modern society takes advantage of. Be it industrial uses or foods or agricultural benefits, cannabis plants have been of great benefits to us for centuries. In this write-up, we will share some of the modern uses of cannabis plants. Cannabis Plants in Paper Industry Paper companies have been manufacturing different types of paper from cannabis plants such as fine and specialty paper. Also, cannabis plants have their uses in the production of printing ...
There are numerous misconceptions about cannabis being a harmful drug that leads to serious addiction. The fact is cannabis is just an herb meant to be consumed by humans for different purposes- health and recreation. Cannabis has been termed safer than other abused drugs such as alcohol and heroine that have no medical benefits at all. Let’s know some more myths that have passed on from generation to generation. Myth: Cannabis may lead to abuse of more potent drugs (a gateway ...
What is an addiction? Addiction can be identified when a person stops being able to choose. The addiction via psychological or physical means takes control away from the user. This can also be described as dependence. This can be characterized in that a person will continue to use or do something even though they understand that this is causing them harm. People that are dependent may also develop tolerance. Tolerance means that they require a larger amount of the thing they are dependent on ...