Cannabis has been around before i was born, before my mother and before my grandmother . there has been misconceptions that has led to certain feelings for this plant, mostly because of how the western media portrayed it to look like or maybe because of where it originated from . the war against cannabis has lasted for so many decades, the mention of the name in some households strike fear, joy, rejection, acceptance, anger, love, hate, hope or healing.
regardless of the feeling it strikes cannabis has been underrated and unappreciated for its healing powers, but in recent times there has been progress.
It was only in 2012 that Uruguay announced it would be the first country in the world to legalize recreational cannabis use. In large part, the move was aimed at replacing links between organized crime and the cannabis trade with more accountable state regulation.
Later the same year, voters in Washington State and Colorado became the first in the US to support legalisation of the drug for non-medical use.
According to the National Institutes of Health, people have used marijuana, or cannabis, to treat their ailments for at least 3,000 years.
Over the years, research has yielded results to suggest that marijuana may be of benefit in the treatment of some conditions. These are listed below.
- Chronic pain
- Multiple sclerosis
- Alcoholism and drug addiction
- Depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and social anxiety marijuana | cannabis abuse can lead to mental health challenge or worse for pre-existing conditions, A caution against regular heavy marijuana usage is advisable.
smoke with caution