By Hillary Walker
While the world is racing towards the legalization of cannabis, there is a lot of research being done on its effects on the human body. Many scientific papers have been written about the effects of marijuana on human health, which tell about both the positive effects of the plant and the negative consequences of its use. However, the results of these studies do not always give us a complete picture. Therefore, here are a few highlights from some of the recent research in this area that will help you understand how marijuana can affect the functionality of specific organs.
While some studies suggest that THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) has anti-inflammatory properties, and deep inhaling can increase your lung capacity, other scientific studies highlight that smoking cannabis has the same negative effects on the respiratory system as tobacco smoke. The idea is that while THC has tumor-inhibiting properties, the smoke we breathe has the opposite effect and is carcinogenic. Perhaps, alternative methods of consumption THC provided on hometownherocbd.com/collections/delta-8-flower may help neutralize the negative effects on the body, but more research on this topic is needed to confirm this hypothesis.
Smoking cannabis increases your heart rate, which for some people can be an intimidating experience. However, some athletes use cannabis to increase their effectiveness. Cannabidiol allows muscles to quickly recover after training and injury, according to 1998 Olympic snowboarding gold medalist Ross Rebagliati. Another athlete, 39-year-old Seibo Shen, also tells about the benefits of marijuana for sports. He began to smoke it through a vaporizer before his Jiu-Jitsu matches because cannabis allows him to achieve the desired mental state for a fight.
Cannabis has anti-inflammatory effects on brain cells, making it a valuable substance in the fight against Alzheimer’s and other neurodegenerative diseases. A recent study by scientists at the Salk Institute for Biological Research has shown that THC and other compounds found in the marijuana plant can help to get rid of excess toxic amyloid-beta protein, which leads to inflammation that damages nerve cells in the brain.
By smoking weed, it's been said that you will increase your libido and can improve the quality of orgasm through more relaxed and emotionally involved contact with your partner, according to sex therapist Ian Kerner. The drug not only allows the consumer to feel more comfortable in their body but also stimulates the release of oxytocin, the hormone responsible for the formation of attachment, which strengthens the bonds with the partner.
The weed has been known to help you sleep if you smoke Indica instead of Sativa. This is important because the first type of marijuana is relaxing, the second is stimulating. But cannabis influences not only how quickly you fall asleep, but also the quality of your sleep. Marijuana increases the duration of the third stage of slow delta sleep, during which our body is completely relaxed, but, at the same time, it shortens the fourth stage of the deepest delta sleep when the brain recovers.
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