Positive Effects of Weed

 




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Short-Term Positive Effects of Weed

Long-Term Positive Effects of Weed


Short-Term Effects of Weed

 

Reduced Spasticity

Spasticity is particular to individuals suffering from MS. Medical marijuana has been shown to effectively reduce unwanted spasms.

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Pain Relief

Activation of the endocannabinoid system releases chemicals into the body which successfully offer pain relief to suffering individuals.

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Increased Appetite

Those who suffer from nausea and wasting conditions find great solace in marijuana’s ability to elevate the appetite and encourage healthy nourishment.

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Manages ADHD

For anyone suffering from ADHD, marijuana may possibly help make the symptoms associated with ADHD more manageable.

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Long-Term Effects of Weed

 

Reduced Anxiety

For many individuals, regular marijuana use helps them manage their anxiety symptoms and reduces overall chances of panic attacks. (Note: For others it can do the complete opposite!)

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Increased Empathy

Marijuana tends to make people more compassionate over longer periods of time and more in touch with their emotional and spiritual sides.

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Improved Brain Function

Evidence shows that marijuana can actually help safeguard certain portions of the brain against aging and help improve cognitive function.

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