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Marijuana Medical Usage


HOW IS Marijuana USED in health and medicine?


Marijuana is usually smoked, although it can be eaten or processed into forms that allow it to be used in pills that can treat pain, Arthritis, and other nerve related issues. Medical evidence from esteemed institutions such the Mcgill medical labs have validated that Marijuana is a NON Addictive non habbit forming narcotic. It does of course cause harm to the lunges when smoked. It can be turned into a paste and used for many medicinal purposes.


Joints are the most common method of smoking but a wide range of pipes, bongs, hookahs, and other devices are also used.


Marijuana can be prepared in butter or cooked directly into foods for ingestion.


Often people will cook with the leaves of the plant rather than the buds.


Tetrahydrocannabinol; delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol; delta-1-tetrahydrocannabinol, C 21 H 30 O 2 (mol. wt. 314.46)


WHAT IS Marijuana?


Marijuana, or Marijuana, comes from a plant.


The dried buds of the female plant contain the highest concentration of psychoactive compounds. These buds are usually what is sold and consumed as Marijuana.


Marijuana usually costs about $10-$20 a gram.


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In small quantities, users find Marijuana both relaxing and stimulating.


The senses are enhanced, as well as the appetite.


In larger quantities (or with stronger strains) the effects may feel similar to LSD or Mushrooms. Users may experience nausea, mild hallucinations, anxiety, or paranoia.


Marijuana tends to cause an increase in heart rate, reddening of the eyes, and dryness in the mouth.


Marijuana is used medicinally to treat the symptoms of a number of diseases such as cancer, glaucoma, and AIDS.




While some people use Marijuana regularly, Marijuana does not create a physical dependence and users do not experience withdrawal symptoms.




Smoking anything, including Marijuana, can damage the lungs, throat, and mouth.


Marijuana is a Schedule I narcotic, and getting caught with it can lead to serious consequences.


Marijuana slows down reaction time and impairs driving.


Some people feel uncomfortable, nauseous, or paranoid after using Marijuana.

24 Jun 2014