Positive Effects of the Flowering Cannabis Plant

Positive Effects of the Flowering Cannabis Plant

September 14, 2016 3 Comments

By Pascal Amaka.

Cannabis is a psychoactive drug with very active compounds like Tetrahydrocannabinol THC, Cannabidiol CBD, Cannabinol CBN, and Tetrahydrocannabivarin THCB with sources from Cannabis Sativa. Cannabis I mostly abused and often used for it's mental and physical effects such as 'high or stone' feeling or even an increase in appetite. Keep in mind though that the adverse effects of overused or abused pot can lead to dependency, breakdown of system and depreciation of memory and emotions but also the benefits of smoking pot cannot be overcomed. There are lots of common diseases and problems weed can help with. Let me show you five:

  • Glaucoma: Marijuana decreases the intraocular pressure in the eye thereby slowing the progression of this disease, nevertheless preventing blindness. 
  • Epileptic Seizures: Cannabinols, an active ingredient, has high impact on the brain helps control seizures by binding the braincells responsible leveling excitability and relaxation.
  • Weight loss: Looking for how to trim that waist? Smoke pot! Did you know Researchers recently reported that people who smoke pot are skinnier?!
  • Diabetes: One of the most critical factors for diabetes is insulin. But guess what? Tetrahydrocannabinol can help regulate and even take insulin for the body. 
  • Cancer: It's old news that Marijuana helps cancer patients because of its cure to stubborn and aggressive cancer cells. Cancer cells have copies of a gene called Id-1 which helps them spread through the body. Breast cancer which has high levels of aggressive Id-1 can be leveled and treated with Cannabidiol. CBD can help prevent cancer from spreading by turning off this gene Id-1

Have any one suffering from any of these? Refer them! Thank me Later!



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