3 - Marijuana Addiction

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What's marijuana?

Marijuana (cannabis) is a plant clinically known as Cannabis Sativa that was utilized by people for centuries in clothes, food and supposedly used by the Chinese as means for communicating with spirits.
Now, marijuana is grown in temperate climates, its own hemp utilized in clothing and building materials while its fruits are used in foods and compounds. The more temperate the weather is, the amount of resins (psychoactive alkaloids) found inside. One the flip side, it includes large quantity of resins when cultivated in tropical countries.
Marijuana is the most frequently used illegal drug, and the illegal drug that users are likely to attempt.
Cannabis or (bud ) contains THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) since the key active ingredient that makes you feel like it is a psychoactive alkaloid. It comprises also other chemical compounds that influence the way the body functions like sterols, amino acids, volatile oils and oxidase enzyme.
Many men and women smoke the plant dried leaves, blossoms, stems, and seeds. But bud may also be mixed into food, brewed as a tea, or even inhaled using a vaporizer. Regardless of how it gets to your system, it affects virtually every organ in your body, along with your nervous system and immune system, also.

How does marijuana affect the human body?

THC produced to the body after having marijuana triggers'cannabinoid reactive receptors' leading into the maturation of marijuana abuse symptoms that include, physical comfort, hyperphagia (increased appetite), increased heart rate, decreased muscular manipulation, conjunctivitis, minor pain management and hallucinations. Pot also stimulates the amygdala, causing the consumer to have a feeling of novelty to whatever the user experiences through an improvement of sensory action. For this exact same reason, heavy users possess a down-regulation within their cannabinoid receptors, which makes them with a sense of boredom when not carrying the medication.
Marijuana abuse may cause short-term memory because of its influence on GABA neurotransmitter.
Short term use of marijuana can improve your heart rate by up to twice for as much as 3 hours. That is why some individuals have a heart attack shortly when they use marijuana. It may increase bleeding, lower blood pressure, and influence your blood glucose, also.
Long-term consequences of usage might include chronic bronchitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, higher development of HIV (Human immunodeficiency virus) and breast cancer, and exacerbation of mental illness. Tolerance develops rapidly from consumers, and withdrawal was observed.