1. I’m a diabetic and weed helps me in many ways but I feel like it maybe affects my diabetes in other ways, and not from getting the munchies. Do you maybe know about a research thing going on in Canada that I can go to? I feel like they can get more information about weed that way and I can also figure out if it actually has affect on me, for smoking it regularly. It’s fine if you don’t know anything in that regard though. Thanks for reading if you did lol.

  2. THC doesn't wreck you unless you're a lightweight who uses cannabis a few times a year. Under THC, especially from the right strong sativa, my mind runs like a sewing machine, I see things from perspectives I'd never have access to if I were sober, the creativity and abstract thinking enabled by a good sativa is honestly like a gift from god.

    Indicas though…yeah those zone me out hard and make me feel like a robot most of the time. Not my type of high.

  3. A study published in the Scientific Reports journal found that THC displayed the “strongest correlation with therapeutic relief, compared to the more socially acceptable chemical found in cannabis, CBD (cannabinol).”

    “Despite the conventional wisdom, both in the popular press and much of the scientific community that only CBD has medical benefits while THC merely makes one high, our results suggest that THC may be more important than CBD in generating therapeutic benefits,” study co-author and UNM Psychology Associate Professor Jacob Miguel Vigil told Science Daily. “In our study, CBD appears to have little effect at all, while THC generates measurable improvements in symptom relief.”

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