What to Expect When you Use Marijuana
Marijuana is one of the most commonly abused drugs in the world. That’s because it is relatively cheap in its true form and can be easily bought and grown. As a plant, its leaves are green with five acute separations per leaf, like a hand spread out. It can grow quickly, and is hardy hemp that is named Cannabis Sativa. Marijuana is as a dry mixture of greenish brown sold flowers, leaves, stems and seeds of the plant. People usually smoke this plant as a cigarette or maybe put it in a bong (a glass device for inhaling the smoke, like a pipe). Others use it as a tea or mixed with food. Many heated debates have taken to support the system and against them. It has been used for centuries for various reasons, but primarily for the hallucinogenic effect and medicinal properties. Many countries in Asia still use, despite its nasty reputation, and the question of legality. Effects of MarijuanaMarijuana has short term effect and long-term effects on people. Within a few minutes of inhaling the smoke of cannabis hemp, it should take effect on the brain. The major chemical elements in the rule that marijuana is THC affects people, also known as delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol known. Some protein receptors in our nerve cells to bind with THC, and it begins a series of events in our brain. This series of events in our brain, finally ending with the high that users experience. It penetrates into the body within minutes, when smoked, as it passes through the lungs into the bloodstream. It is not really the marijuana, which is detected by the drug test kits, but metabolites, the residues of the drug. Many of the binding protein receptors, to do with THC, which is in the high part of the brain that affect our senses, memory, concentration, joy, thoughts, time, perception and movement. This is the reason why so many users as always high because it actually creates sense of joy and happiness with the high, the cannabis. On the other hand, marijuana also affect the individual decision, learning, memory, distorted perception, causing increased heart rate. Long-term effects of marijuana are the loss of memory, distorted perception, and stress. Marijuana also affects the heart by the user to four times the risk of a heart attack within the first hour of using the drug. It can also cause upper respiratory complications such as a painful cough and stinging throat and mouth. Users are vulnerable to acute diseases of the chest, a high risk of lung infections and tend to impede Airways. Marijuana stays in an individual system for as short as three days and more than ninety days. The length of stay depends on how time of Marijuana and the metabolism of a single person has to be used. This means that not everyone has the same length of time, as marijuana remains in your body.