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Cannabis can be used as a treatment for a variety of symptoms and medical conditions, including anxiety, chronic pain, depression, fibromyalgia, PTSD, epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, AIDs, HIV, Crohn’s Disease, cancer, PMS, glaucoma, MS, and many other symptoms & debilitating medical conditions
Positive side effects include, but are not limited to, increased laughter, increased appetite, anti-nausea, feelings of euphoria, and relaxation of your muscles.
Possible negative side effects include, short-term memory loss, potential paranoia, and involuntary, sometimes extreme, sleepiness.
In the event you experience negative side effects from consuming cannabis, a good way to counteract those unwanted effects is to consume CBD, eat regular foods, sleep it off or exercise to work off the effects. Depending on how much and what method you used to consume your cannabis, you should be able to counteract any of the negative side effects in minutes or it could take a couple hours. Worse comes to worse, drink a glass of water and go to bed – you will sleep like a rock and wake feeling normal.
I like to say that cannabis is actually more of an exit drug. Studies have shown that cannabis has shown that opioid usage has decreased in states where cannabis is legalized.
There is a condition known as Marijuana Use Disorder that can, in some more severe cases, take on a more serious addiction. Frequent cannabis users who quit consuming have often reported a couple weeks of irritability, cravings, restlessness, trouble sleeping, decreased appetite, and other forms of physical and mental discomfort. The cannabis plant itself is not addictive, but it is still best to consume it in moderation.
Good news, it is not physically possible to consume the amount of cannabis within the amount of time needed to produce what we know as an overdose (approximately 1,500 pounds of cannabis within 15 minutes…by one person).