• The Different style Shapes bongs

    The glass pipe bong or water pipe bong has been around for quite some time and continues to be popular among smokers and potheads alike. There are many different styles of bongs that are available, and each one has its own unique characteristics. Today we will take an in-depth look at these different styles of bongs, so that you can decide which one best...
  • How Cannabis Decrease anxiety ?

    You are not alone if you struggle with anxiety, but you might be surprised by how much cannabis can help to reduce it. Although no one completely understands how it works, researchers and cannabis users alike have found that cannabis works as an effective anti-anxiety treatment, particularly when used in combination with other anxiety-reducing activities such as meditation or exercise. However, it’s important to...
  • How THC can help PTSD.

    In order to understand how THC treats PTSD, it’s important to first understand what exactly PTSD is and what causes it. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) results from an extremely stressful or traumatic event that causes intense emotional trauma, often leading to anxiety, depression, and other psychological disorders. It can take months or even years after the traumatic event before these symptoms start to show...
  • HOW SMOKING HURTS YOUR SKINS,

    People smoke for many reasons; either to look mature or to be like their friends or maybe just to see what it feels like: but while many people who engage in smoking don’t know this; that smoking has many effects which are not beneficial to their health, some of them who know this still engage themselves in this addictive act. Smoking has been said...
  • Can Smoking Sativa Help Insomnia? sleep disorder.

    The sleep inducing effect of cannabis is  linked to its interactions with cannabinoid receptors in certain areas of the brain, like the cerebellum, basal ganglia, hippocampus and dorsal primary afferent spinal cord regions. Cannabinoids are active compounds present in cannabis. They are carried in the blood to the brains, and actively bind to these receptors. After which, cannabinoids bind to these receptors, they send...
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