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Cannabis A Drug With Therapeutic Effects

Cannabis has been related to mankind for literally thousands of years. It has therapeutic and psychoactive traits. The cannabis plant grows up to 5 meters in height in the wild. It flowers between the fag end of summers until late autumn. The first ever reference to cannabis has been some Chinese records that were written in 2800 BC.
Cannabis is a wild plant that mainly grows in the Asian region. It is commonly considered to have originated in China and India. Several indigenous communities worldwide have been making use of cannabis for different purposes such as recreational, religious, and medical.
Many doctors prescribe medications having cannabis to their patients suffering from ailments such as multiple sclerosis, glaucoma, cancer, HIV, besides several others. [url=]Cannabis[/url] also offers the vim to the heart and the outcomes have been proved to be akin to an individual exercising on a regular basis.
These days, Cannabis is considered as a drug and banned in several countries. Generally, the cannabis users who are deprived of it are found to be aggressive in nature. In other terms, cannabis is addictive psychologically. The effects it has are very much similar to the steroids that are anabolic in nature. Furthermore, addicts of various hard drugs have been found as the prime sources of major health and sociological issues. However, a study indicates that cannabis users are less prone to creating nuisances. More than 450 chemicals constitute cannabis. It has been used by various indigenous people because of its psychoactive properties. THC or tetrahydrocannabinol is the prime psychoactive element found in cannabis.
Too much of cannabis smog can have adverse effects on the blood pressure and an individual may even faint because of it. People having a history of such health issues such as heart and circulation disorders, besides schizophrenia must completely avoid cannabis. This is because such people can experience problems even if they become passive smokers. Some of the habitual cannabis smokers suffer from bronchitis, emphysema, and lung cancer.
Hence, the best approach to avoid being a cannabis buff is to say ‘NO’ to this drug. There is always a big risk of becoming a habitual marijuana user which perhaps leads to taking more dangerous psychoactive drugs such as heroin and cocaine.
The cannabis plant, Cannabis Indica or Cannabis Sativa, is also called marijuana, cannabis, and hemp. It is also called resin, grass, pot, herb, puff, smoke, marijuana, weed, and ganja along with has several other names. Despite being illegal, many youngsters have been found to be addicted to cannabis worldwide!

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