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How does marijuana affect your hearing?
it will most likely increase your hearing as it does with most senses in your body.. it increases some senses and decreases others.. increases sight, hearing, touch, feel, taste buds, all that good stuff.. but say you held a lit lighter under your hand.. you would not be able to feel the burn as much if you would sobre. it also depends on how high you are.
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Don't worry, it takes a LOT to over dose. I think its somewhere around 1,500 joints in 20 minutes to actually have a toxic amount of thc in your system. So in short you will n…ever overdose. However, if you smoke too much and don't eat you'll probably puke. Make sure to eat and drink right after
Marijuana use is generally thought to help improve symptoms of Crohn's disease. There are several well conducted research studies which show that marijuana use is associated w…ith fewer and less severe flares of Crohn's, and for many people light marijuana use enables patients to reduce or even eliminate toxic immunosuppresive medications. It is thought that cannabinoids have anti-inflammatory properties. Many States with Medical Marijuana programs allow patients with an official diagnosis of Crohn's disease to obtain a license to grow and possess marijuana for personal use. Anecdotally, Crohn's sufferers obtain immense relief from the pain, depression, lack of appetite, frequent diarrhea and nausea / vomiting that are common and debilitating symptoms of Crohn's.
Yes, in that it has no effect. The reason I state it this way is that naturally THC quality degrades over time and especially in heat. Freezing keeps the THC at it's peak pote…ncy.
marijuana Has long been seen as a effective pain killer and sedative so THC should make a sufferer feel better.
Nope. Smoke away, friend.
The secondhand smoke from smoking marijuana can give you a buzz, known as a "contact high"
It doesn't. But it is recommended for pregnant women to avoind Marijuana (or any form of smoking) because of the carcinogens in the smoke.
Yes. It passes into the breast milk thus entering the baby's system once s/he drinks it. Marijuana can negatively impact the baby's growth & development, such as slow we…ight gain and decreased motor development. Long term effects on infants are not well known. I would not advise using marijuana while breastfeeding or caring for a child in general as marijuana affects judgment and perception.
Marijuana if ingested in breastfeeding the baby, the baby will be up all the time.
actually, the national institute of drug abuse came to the conclusion that smoking marijuana causes cognitive impairments lasting up to 28 days after smoking marijuana. http…://www.drugabuse.gov/NIDA_notes/NNvol18N5/Cognitive.html
it can affect the emotions as THC Comes in contact with certain parts of the brain. the one part of your brain THC effects the "Forget" area of the brain (its the part of the …brain that is made to forget things that are not important. otherwise our brains would be overload with unnecessary memory's. so when that gets activated by THC you tend to forget things around you and your problems in life. but it may have after effects where heavy THC Users can have long-term Memory Problems. (Not Everyone will get long-term memory loss)
The way that marijuana works is that anandamide, a natural neurotransmitter produced, reacts to cannabinoid receptors in the brain. Delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol mimics the act…ion of these anandamides and attaches itself to the cannabinoid receptors. on the other hand, neurotransmitters that are affected by Marijuana are Dopamine and Norepinephrine. Dopamine has a variety of roles in the brain, such as attention and gratification. Norepinephrine, for the most part, affects action and response. Serotonin and GABA may also be affected.
Weed can kill off certain functions of your brain, causing you to be unable to do certain things, but this only occurs during intoxication and shortly afterwards. The myth tha…t marijuana kills brain cells is a common misconception from inaccurate studies during the 30's by scientists. And THC from pot affects the nerve cells in the part of the brain.
Though in some test studys it is been hypothesized that it does effect the pancreas there is little conclusive evidence to show that it has any effect either negative or posit…ive. It is gennerally accepted that while THC has been found to be present in the Pancreas, it is nonreactive and has no effect on the normal cell function. Please keep in mind that the man who answered up above did not even spell studies correctly when choosing to take his advice. The pancreas is responsible for your insulin levels and how you process many foods. Pot drops your sugar levels which is why you get "the munchies". While this may not damage some people, to a person like myself who suffers from an issue with the pancreas, and already has diabetes in their family, it can over time harm you. How do I know? I went through it firsthand until I realized what was causing it. the day I see real proof will be the day I believe this comment above. No offense to the person who wrote it.
I would say no it help me to keep my blood levels right