Health Benefits of Marijuana
Marijuana is a word used for a herb. It can be described by its physical appearance like dried leaves, flowers and hemp seeds from marijuana plants. In the present day, it is known as “Weed, pot and chronic” are the most popular terms relating to marijuana.
Marijuana is usually smoked in bongs (bubbling glass pipes), pipes or rolled into a cigarette known as joint. Often, it is mixed with food and eaten or brewed as a tea. When a person smokes marijuana, he usually feels its effect within minutes. The immediate effect is increased heart rate, loss of balance and a “dreamy,” disconnected state of mind. These short-term effects usually are gone in two to three hours, but they could be last longer, depending on how much the user ingests.
That was the popular thought of folks about marijuana back in the day. But today, in universities and research laboratories in the USA and around the world more and more marijuana is making leaps and bound as a plant with superior health benefits according to the latest leading edge science.
As medical marijuana becomes more popular through various stages of marijuana legalization, doctors are prescribing cannabis and obtaining a supply is as easy as stopping by your local dispensary.
Many weed strains are available in dispensaries with a variety of health and wellness effects. Some of the most popular strains include sativas, indicas and hybrids with tetrahydrocannabinol and trichomes should be properly dried and cured.
So you might ask, how could marijuana become such a health effective beneficial herb?
You might be surprised to find that some of the most significant health remedies attributed to marijuana in resent studies indicate that it:
- Stops Cancer cells from spreading
- Used in the Treatment of Glaucoma
- Used as Pain Reliever
- Reduces the HIV
- Used to Relieve Arthritis Pain
Stops Cancer cells from Spreading:
Marijuana is used in the treatment of cancer to stop its cells from spreading. There is a chemical present in Marijuana inhibits the cancerous cell from spreading. Researchers have researched on breast cancer cells in the lab contains Id-1 in high quantity. After applying the cannabis oil and result reveal that the cancerous cells become less pervasive.
Used in The Treatment of Glaucoma:
Glaucoma is an optical disease which usually related to an increased pressure inside the eyes that damages the optic nerve, lead to losing of vision or even blindness. According to the National Eye Institute’s Research “Studies in the early 1970s showed that marijuana when smoked lowered intraocular pressure (IOP) in people with normal pressure and those with glaucoma”.
Used As a Pain Reliever:
The ingestion of Marijuana can benefit for lessening the pain of those who are suffering from HIV, amputation, alcoholism and spinal surgery. Marijuana is more effective than aspirin in the treatment as a pain reliever.
Reduces the HIV:
More recently, scientists found that Marijuana can be used as to restrict the HIV AIDS. Cannabis is highly recommended in the medical field for its effectiveness in treating patients suffering from HIV. Research conducted in Lousiana where scientists gave daily doses to animals and found that the immune system became stronger against the HIV virus system.
Used to relieve Arthritis Pain:
Marijuana helps the patients suffering from arthritis pain, swelling and allows them to have a restful sleep. Many researchers have shown in heir reports that cannabis can be used to reduce pain inflammation and promotes more sound sleep, which may help in relieving pain and discomfort for people with rheumatoid arthritis.
Now you know that on this planet many different natural substances have multiple purposes, uses and benefits; some are beneficial for health concerns and others can be counter-productive, even deadly. Some affect the human body negatively and others can have the ability to cure disease. In many respects it depends on how we use it either the result is either positive or negative. Maybe the next time you’re feeling a little under the weather you might consider stopping by a local marijuana dispensary.