The answers to your questions about marijuana
15-19% of the population experiences Dry January. After the holiday overload of eating, drinking, celebrating, and family… your body may need a break. But do you want California's dry January sober? What is it? Well, it's a break from alcohol and drugs other than cannabis. And there are some good reasons, as marijuana is less stressful on the body and offers some medical benefits. But if you're new to cannabis, you may be concerned or need more information. Here you will find answers to your questions about marijuana.
Is it addictive?
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Although it is not that common, there are people who are severely affected by marijuana use. The condition known as cannabis abuse disorder (CID) affects approximately 30% of users and affects their lives in one way or another. For people suffering from this disease, the drug often affects their work and relationships, they feel anxious when they don't use it, they experience cravings, and more. The populations at higher risk of developing this condition are adolescents and young users.
Can you overdose it?
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Marijuana overdoses are, on the whole, pretty cool. Still, some unpleasant and unpleasant things can happen, so it's important to pace yourself regardless of the type of consumption. Symptoms of a marijuana overdose include dry mouth, drowsiness, paranoia, a rapid heartbeat, and even vomiting.
Which method is the best?
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Marijuana has come a long way. The days of filling the seedy joint with brown weed are long gone, so it's the perfect time to get in. Although the variety of methods can be overwhelming, once you figure it all out, it's easy. There are cannabis flowers, edibles and vapes, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. As for health, vaping and smoking affect your lungs, so an edible might be a good place to start. However, keep in mind that edibles take a while to take effect and you should start slowly.
Can I use it to treat anxiety?
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Traditionally, cannabis has been praised for its anti-anxiety properties and its beneficial effects in social situations. That's true, but it's also not the whole truth. Cannabis is finicky and behaves differently depending on the cannabis you are consuming, the person consuming it, and their level of experience. It is also important to know what type of anxiety is being treated. If it is a medical problem, it is important to discuss it with your doctor.
Can I use it to sleep?
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Cannabis can make people very sleepy, but this is not the case for everyone and depends on the type of cannabis you consume. While some strains can make you feel relaxed and sleepy, others can make you feel nervous (indica for the former, sativa for the latter). The best advice for using cannabis as a sleep aid is to start slowly and keep an eye on your behaviors and patterns.
What is the difference between CBD and THC?
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THC and CBD are cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. The main difference between the two is that THC is psychoactive (producing the “high” feeling), whereas CBD is not. When you smoke a CBD joint, you may feel relaxed and loose, but you won't get high. CBD is primarily medicinal, but it is also very trendy and is found in a variety of products, from hair products to skin care products.