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Post by Corazón Xexos » 1 month ago

Weed health benefits

Relief of chronic pain

There are hundreds of chemical compounds in cannabis, many of which are cannabinoids. Cannabinoids have been linked to providing relief of chronic pain due to their chemical makeup. Which is why cannabis’ by-product such as medical cannabis is commonly used for chronic pain relief.

Improves lung capacity

Unlike smoking cigarettes, when smoking cannabis in the form of cannabis your lungs aren’t harmed. In fact, a study found that cannabis actually helps increase the capacity of the lungs rather than cause any harm to it.

Help lose weight

If you look around, you will notice that the avid cannabis user is usually not overweight. That is because cannabis is linked to aiding your body in regulating insulin while managing caloric intake efficiently.

Regulate and prevent diabetes

With its impact on insulin, it only makes sense that cannabis can help regulate and prevent diabetes. Research conducted by the American Alliance for Medical Cannabis (AAMC) has linked cannabis to stabilise blood sugars, lower blood pressure, and improve blood circulation.

Fight cancer

One of the biggest medical benefits of cannabis is its link to fighting cancer. There is a good amount of evidence that shows cannabinoids can help fight cancer or at least certain types of it.

Helps treat depression

Depression is fairly widespread without most people even knowing they have it. The endocannabinoid compounds in cannabis can help in stabilising moods which can ease depression.

Shows promise in autism treatment

Cannabis is known to calm users down and control their mood. It can help children with autism that experience frequent violent mood swings control it.

Regulate seizures

Research conducted on CBD has shown that it can help control seizures. There are ongoing studies to determine the effect cannabis has on individuals with epilepsy.

Mend bones

Cannabidiol has been linked to helping heal broken bones, quickening the process. According to Bone Research Laboratory in Tel Aviv, it also helps strengthen the bone in the process of healing. This makes it tougher for the bone to break in the future.

Helps with ADHD/ADD

Individuals with ADHD and ADD have trouble focusing on tasks at hand. They tend to have problems with cognitive performance and concentration. Cannabis has shown promise in promoting focus and helping individuals with ADHD/ADD. It is also considered a safer alternative to Adderall and Ritalin.

Treatment for glaucoma

Glaucoma leads to additional pressure on the eyeball which is painful for individuals with the disorder. Cannabis can help reduce the pressure applied on the eyeball providing some temporary relief to individuals with glaucoma.

Alleviate anxiety

While Cannabis is commonly known to cause anxiety, there is a way around that. Taken in monitored dosage and in the proper way, cannabis can help alleviate anxiety and calm users down.

Slow development of Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer’s disease is one of many that is caused by cognitive degeneration. As we age, cognitive degeneration is almost unavoidable. Cannabis’s endocannabinoid contains anti-inflammatories that fight the brain inflammation that leads to Alzheimer’s disease.

Deal with pain linked to arthritis

Cannabis is now commonly found as creams and balms which are used by individuals that have arthritis. Both THC and CBD help sufferers deal with the pain.

Helps with PTSD symptoms

PTSD doesn’t just affect veterans but any individual that goes through a trauma. As cannabis is legalised the impact it has on helping treat individuals with PTSD is being studied. Cannabis helps control the fight or flight response, preventing it from going into overdrive.

Helps provide relief to individuals with multiple sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis can be painful, and cannabis is known to provide relief for it. Multiple sclerosis leads to painful muscle contractions and cannabis can help reduce that pain.

Reduces side effects linked to hepatitis C and increase the effectiveness of treatment

The treatment for hepatitis C has numerous side effects that include nausea, fatigue, depression, and muscle aches. These can last for months for some hepatitis C sufferers. Cannabis can help reduce the side effects caused by the treatment while making it more effective at the same time.

Treats inflammatory bowel diseases

Individuals with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis can find some relief with the use of cannabis. THC and cannabidiol are known to help enhance immune response while also interact with cells that play a vital role in the functioning of the gut. Cannabis helps block off bacteria and other compounds that cause inflammation in the intestines.

Helps with tremors associated with Parkinson’s disease

For those that have Parkinson’s disease cannabis can help reduce tremors and pain while also helping promote sleep. It has also shown to improve motor skills in patients.

Helps with alcoholism

Another one of the many health benefits of cannabis is that there is no doubt cannabis is much safer than alcohol. While it may not be 100% risk-free, it can be a smarter way to curb alcoholism by substituting it with cannabis.

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Does it regrow hair or stop balding? If not, I don't care.
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Uncle Grandfather wrote: 1 month ago Does it regrow hair or stop balding? If not, I don't care.
It makes your head as high as your hair line

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Post by Exodus » 1 month ago

BBC is better and has much more health benefits than weed

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Post by rclark » 1 month ago

Xexos wrote: 1 month ago Weed health benefits

Relief of chronic pain

There are hundreds of chemical compounds in cannabis, many of which are cannabinoids. Cannabinoids have been linked to providing relief of chronic pain due to their chemical makeup. Which is why cannabis’ by-product such as medical cannabis is commonly used for chronic pain relief.

Improves lung capacity

Unlike smoking cigarettes, when smoking cannabis in the form of cannabis your lungs aren’t harmed. In fact, a study found that cannabis actually helps increase the capacity of the lungs rather than cause any harm to it.

Help lose weight

If you look around, you will notice that the avid cannabis user is usually not overweight. That is because cannabis is linked to aiding your body in regulating insulin while managing caloric intake efficiently.

Regulate and prevent diabetes

With its impact on insulin, it only makes sense that cannabis can help regulate and prevent diabetes. Research conducted by the American Alliance for Medical Cannabis (AAMC) has linked cannabis to stabilise blood sugars, lower blood pressure, and improve blood circulation.

Fight cancer

One of the biggest medical benefits of cannabis is its link to fighting cancer. There is a good amount of evidence that shows cannabinoids can help fight cancer or at least certain types of it.

Helps treat depression

Depression is fairly widespread without most people even knowing they have it. The endocannabinoid compounds in cannabis can help in stabilising moods which can ease depression.

Shows promise in autism treatment

Cannabis is known to calm users down and control their mood. It can help children with autism that experience frequent violent mood swings control it.

Regulate seizures

Research conducted on CBD has shown that it can help control seizures. There are ongoing studies to determine the effect cannabis has on individuals with epilepsy.

Mend bones

Cannabidiol has been linked to helping heal broken bones, quickening the process. According to Bone Research Laboratory in Tel Aviv, it also helps strengthen the bone in the process of healing. This makes it tougher for the bone to break in the future.

Helps with ADHD/ADD

Individuals with ADHD and ADD have trouble focusing on tasks at hand. They tend to have problems with cognitive performance and concentration. Cannabis has shown promise in promoting focus and helping individuals with ADHD/ADD. It is also considered a safer alternative to Adderall and Ritalin.

Treatment for glaucoma

Glaucoma leads to additional pressure on the eyeball which is painful for individuals with the disorder. Cannabis can help reduce the pressure applied on the eyeball providing some temporary relief to individuals with glaucoma.

Alleviate anxiety

While Cannabis is commonly known to cause anxiety, there is a way around that. Taken in monitored dosage and in the proper way, cannabis can help alleviate anxiety and calm users down.

Slow development of Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer’s disease is one of many that is caused by cognitive degeneration. As we age, cognitive degeneration is almost unavoidable. Cannabis’s endocannabinoid contains anti-inflammatories that fight the brain inflammation that leads to Alzheimer’s disease.

Deal with pain linked to arthritis

Cannabis is now commonly found as creams and balms which are used by individuals that have arthritis. Both THC and CBD help sufferers deal with the pain.

Helps with PTSD symptoms

PTSD doesn’t just affect veterans but any individual that goes through a trauma. As cannabis is legalised the impact it has on helping treat individuals with PTSD is being studied. Cannabis helps control the fight or flight response, preventing it from going into overdrive.

Helps provide relief to individuals with multiple sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis can be painful, and cannabis is known to provide relief for it. Multiple sclerosis leads to painful muscle contractions and cannabis can help reduce that pain.

Reduces side effects linked to hepatitis C and increase the effectiveness of treatment

The treatment for hepatitis C has numerous side effects that include nausea, fatigue, depression, and muscle aches. These can last for months for some hepatitis C sufferers. Cannabis can help reduce the side effects caused by the treatment while making it more effective at the same time.

Treats inflammatory bowel diseases

Individuals with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis can find some relief with the use of cannabis. THC and cannabidiol are known to help enhance immune response while also interact with cells that play a vital role in the functioning of the gut. Cannabis helps block off bacteria and other compounds that cause inflammation in the intestines.

Helps with tremors associated with Parkinson’s disease

For those that have Parkinson’s disease cannabis can help reduce tremors and pain while also helping promote sleep. It has also shown to improve motor skills in patients.

Helps with alcoholism

Another one of the many health benefits of cannabis is that there is no doubt cannabis is much safer than alcohol. While it may not be 100% risk-free, it can be a smarter way to curb alcoholism by substituting it with cannabis.
You should move to the United States.

I remember people making it a big deal in NJ, when it was legalized. There, it's legal to have cannabis oil. In fact, they sell it
at almost all gas stations.

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rclark wrote: 1 month ago You should move to the United States.

I remember people making it a big deal in NJ, when it was legalized. There, it's legal to have cannabis oil. In fact, they sell it
at almost all gas stations.
Hope i will get lucky and win the green card lottery next year to be honest.

I think it's a matter of time before it's legalized in all the states. Don't get me wrong, i'm not a pro drugs guy, but i think all drugs should be legalized to be controlled better rather than leaving them in the hands of criminals and black market.

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Xexos wrote: 1 month ago Hope i will get lucky and win the green card lottery next year to be honest.

I think it's a matter of time before it's legalized in all the states. Don't get me wrong, i'm not a pro drugs guy, but i think all drugs should be legalized to be controlled better rather than leaving them in the hands of criminals and black market.
in my opinion Canada, Australia, or Germany might be a better bet for you.
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Guest-4 wrote: 1 month ago in my opinion Canada, Australia, or Germany might be a better bet for you.
The racism in Australia and Germany is rampant especially against Muslims. And also i don't know why but for some reason i feel off and uncomfortable about Canada due to the rumors that it's all nothing but SJW feminists and stuff, and anyways i have no real way to go there in the first place.

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Xexos wrote: 1 month ago The racism in Australia and Germany is rampant especially against Muslims. And also i don't know why but for some reason i feel off and uncomfortable about Canada due to the rumors that it's all nothing but SJW feminists and stuff, and anyways i have no real way to go there in the first place.
If you go to Australia you can have @blackg as a roommate.
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Xexos wrote: 1 month ago The racism in Australia and Germany is rampant especially against Muslims.
What a load of shit! Our Muslim community is one of the most interrogated in the world, thank God. Of course there are a few antisocial elements in this community -- those hostile to Australian values -- and this is the story most likely to make the news - but for the most part; Muslims and Australians live side by side.

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I will teach him true degeneracy.
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blackg wrote: 1 month ago What a load of shit! Our Muslim community is one of the most interrogated in the world, thank God. Of course there are a few antisocial elements in this com.
Those hostile to Australian values - and this is the story most likely to make the news - but for the most part; Muslims and Australians live side by side.

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I will teach him true degeneracy.
How do you guys not fall off the face of the earth?

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Exodus wrote: 1 month ago How do you guys not fall off the face of the earth?
Crazy Glue.
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blackg wrote: 1 month agoCrazy Glue.
The only things I know about Australia are deserts , kangaroos, The Land down under song, zyzz and crazy animals. Oh and yalls mistreatment of my cousins the aboriginals :x

I saw it on that movie rabbit proof fence

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Xexos wrote: 1 month ago Hope i will get lucky and win the green card lottery next year to be honest.

I think it's a matter of time before it's legalized in all the states. Don't get me wrong, i'm not a pro drugs guy, but i think all drugs should be legalized to be controlled better rather than leaving them in the hands of criminals and black market.
So you say you're not a pro-drug guy but you want all drugs legalized. Obviously, you ARE a pro-drug guy. I guess you want to say you aren't a pro-drug guy because you want to claim some kind of moral and values superiority but you really are pro-drug whether you admit it or not.

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Post by rclark » 1 month ago

The United States does have some states where marijuana is legal for recreational use.

In this link, "Fully Legal" means that you can smoke it for recreational use.

https://disa.com/map-of-marijuana-legality-by-state

Alaska temperatures are probably too cold to grow anything good, but it is legal to do it.

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