3 Incredible Reasons Your Brain Loves Marijuana More Than You

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Did you know that marijuana is extremely beneficial for your brain? Here is a list of 5 incredible reasons you should probably consume more marijuana.

 

  1. Brain Cell Growth

One of the few substances on the planet that actually helps your brain grow, cannabis is capable of producing neurogenesis. Several disorders, including depression, anxiety, are caused by a lack of adult stage neurogenesis. This unique ability is also why cannabis helps people who have suffered from strokes, seizures, and brain injuries recover faster.

 

  1. Treating Brain Cancer

 Cannabis has been proven to kill cancer cells without affecting normal cells. Studies in 1998, 2009, 2012, 2013, and 2014 all prove it.

 

Why does it work so well? Well CBD, a cannabinoid found in pot, shuts off the ID-1 gene that causes cancer to spread. THC induces cell death in C6 glioma cells, an aggressive form of brain cancer. Other cannabinoids, especially when used together, enhance these effects, not only stopping cancer in its tracks but actually shrinking tumors.

 

So the next time someone tries to say that cannabis is bad for your brain, tell them that, in fact, the opposite is true. Using the herb is both healing and protecting. Think of it like a form of insurance, and take reassurance that you are doing a good thing.

  1. Anxiety

One puff of smoke, dose of oil, or bite of an edible and you will start to feel more happy and carefree. That is because cannabinoid receptors are found in centers of the brain that control mood, behavior, and thought. It’s euphoric and relaxing effects on both body and mind help you to shed anxiety like an itchy wool coat.

 

Cannabis can sometimes increase anxiety, but that can be easily avoided. When a person is matched with a strain that has the right cannabinoid ratio for their needs, the relief is profound. Often, milder strains or lower doses are the perfect key to treating anxiety, rather than causing it.


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