Cannabis Use and Interaction in the Body and Mind


All forms of cannabis are mind altering, psychoactive medication; they all contain THC delta 9 tetrahydrocannabinol, the main active chemical in cannabis.

Due to actions and neurotransmitter, although there is plenty of signs, that cannabinoids functioned at receptor site, yet what receptor sites they worked never been identified. Additionally cannabinoids had lots of effects in ordinary with general anesthetics, cannabinoids have been highly lipid soluble and alter the fluidity of membrane CB-1 canabinoid receptors are concentrated chiefly in the cortex, hippocampus, cerebellum, and basal ganglia but occur also in the hypothalamus, brain stem, and spinal cord. CB2 receptors are found from the spleen and the defense mechanisms. These receptors are different from those within the brain, and they appear to be related to the outcomes of cannabinoids on immune purposes. THC receptors, that exist in the mind tissues, cause the discovery of a naturally occurring brain cannabinoid, anandamide.

The cannabinoids are spread to every area of the human body because they are high lipid solubility. THC experiences lungs, the liver, and liver. Only 1% enters the brain.

The metabolic process is extremely slow that the effect lasts just couple of hours nonetheless it is still in your system. The liver metabolizes liver and it gets rid off it.

Psychological effects; hallucination visual and sensory, paranoia.

Physical effects; short term memory user gets the ability to store information; blood shot eyes, decreases blood pressure in the eyeball, increases hunger and heart rate, increase blood pressure, hands , eye coordination decreases, attention reduces.

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