Overuse is bad- just like any other thing
When overused and abused, cannabis can have many detrimental effects to your health, both mental and physical, and increase your dependency. This however can be sad about anything and hold true. The overuse and abuse of anything cannot bear good results and always ends up in some bad way for the user. Cannabis is no different. Just as one objectively look at the pros and cons of any product, one must also not overlook the many pros of cannabis and skip straight to the bad part.
Some of the many benefits of the miracle herb
Cancer, glaucoma, Alzheimer’s, arthritis, epileptic seizures, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, Crohn’s disease, Dravet’s syndrome, Hepatitis C, anxiety, lupus, traumatic brain injury PTSD, chronic muscle spasms, night terrors and stroke; these are only some of the medical conditions that cannabis has been proven to help in either curing, preventing or easing the treatment. This is not just an argument put forward by cannabis advocates but is rather a fact that have been proven by medical and scientific research. Recreational purposes of still remains one of the key drivers of cannabis use in the world, but the medicinal benefits of cannabis have been proven time and again and have been used by experts to advocate the legalization of the miracle herb for both medicinal as well as recreational purposes.
These recent arguments have gotten stride and are becoming more and more successful gradually. The United States has legalized cannabis for medical purposes around the country with varying degrees in different states. Some states have also completely legalized the herb, even for recreational purposes, with more slowly joining the fray as the movement to legalize it gains pace across the country. This growing popularity and awareness about the benefits of the herb means that one can be seen looking for things such as a cannabutter crockpot or a recipe for making the strongest weed butter and easily find these things; both online on the internet and offline.