How is Cannabis commonly Consumed?
Cannabis or Weed, is consumed in 3 common ways. The first and most common is inhalation. This is traditionally done using heat to combust into smoke or vapor. Marijuana is also known for being use to make edibles. These can be literally anything, but normally baked into brownies or hard candy. Most recently Cannabis is being made into lotions and other topical oils to be used on skin contact.
What are the effects of Consuming Cannabis?
Well there are many different opinions on exactly how it feels to use cannabis, we will stick to the facts here. Webmd says that mentally it makes you “feel happy, relaxed, or detached”. Physically most should expect to have an increased heart rate, and lower blood pressure. Many of the classic effects of THC seen in movies are true. Increased appetite and slow response times are well documented in many marijuana users.
- Using Cannabis can make people feel relaxed and happy. They might have giggles or become very chatty.
- One will feel more conscious
- The illusion effects can even give you a feeling of time slowing down
- It can make you feel exceptionally hungry
- Feel light-headed, weak and sick
- Feelings of anxiety and suspicion
- Panic attack and fear
What is the Legality of Cannabis in the USA?
The Legality of Marijuana in the USA has become very complicated since 1970. Congress decided that Marijuana was different than other drugs. Things proceed to become more complicated in 1996 when California introduced Medical Marijuana. Since 1996 many states have made their own laws. This is contrary to federal government as federal law states clearly that Marijuana is a schedule 1 drug. Unlike many other schedule one drugs there are no known medical uses to marijuana. As of writing this April 2017, there are nine states in the USA that have legal recreational use of marijuana. Only five US states still have marijuana prohibition still in effect.
Like anything else there is no right answer to whether or not it is healthy or wise to consume such things. It is therefore left up to the individual to decide what is best for their own health. Both mentally and physically. The founder of Never Get Busted Barry Cooper is a known users and advocates the freedom of use any drugs. Even the ones he chooses not to use. If you would like help changing your habits take a look at our newest project Trip To Wellness.