The high you get from marijuana comes from a chemical called Tetrahydrocannabinol, also known as THC, which is found in varying potency. Our bodies actually make chemicals very similar to THC, which are used in normal brain function and development.
I have also read that medical marijuana reduces the growth of tumor in lung cancer patients. It is such an unfortunate thing to happen to any family.
Its simply NOT physically addictive! Marijuana has been shown to only be mentally addictive you like it so you want it and not physically addictive has negative physical affects on the body without it.
It is less addictive to the body than sugar, msg, and caffein—all of which I would bet money you consume every day. My mother is highly accredited behavioral psychologist with a focus on addiction and 20 years of experience treating addiction.
If you truly believe that pot is addictive you are ignoring the actual facts and listening to propaganda.
DavePrice so you actually agree with Dale Lewis.
I have to point out something else also. Maybe outlawed by the same crooked lobbyists of the Pharmaceutical corporations that bribe our Politicians to keep the Cure illegal… They have legalized Meth, adderalland Heroin, oxycontin for our children but pretend Cannabis is too dangerous?
The medical community is not confused about the addictive properties of marijuana. Mentally addictive like liking something liking it and doing it to the point it becomes habit.
Like how a lot of times ex smokers, even when they break the nicotine addiction, still chew on pens or pretzel sticks because they need something to do with their hands—the habit can be addictive. Mental addiction is essentially psychosomatic.
Thomas Blank fast food is mentally addictive, but no one cares one whit. Loren Hall So is television. Janey Actually there are many addictive chemicals in fast food… namely MSG which is used heavily and is ten times more addictive than nicotine pete I have been suffering from Colon cancer lungs with metastasis to other part of my body.
Ever since the discovery of this diseases, my entire life have been depressed and emotional down, it was a Death roll Sentence on my life, but still I honor you all for your prayers and concern toward my life and my family and I earnestly pray for God to be with you all, i also use the medium to thanks to the Dr who God has sent to help me cure this unimaginable, terrible and horrible illness called cancer.
Knowing that i had colon cancer with met to some part of my body break my heart and make me lifeless, My family have never knew true peace ever since the diagnose of this disease and period given to live. My wife heard that Hemp Oil could help, and for the price the entire family was strong in faith and willing to try anything that would save my Life, I have completed the treatment regime with total eradication of the disease from all parts of my body.
About 5yrs ago she was having the odd jerk in her left arm. An neroligest said it was caused by meds So she tried many different drugs which made it worse. Over the course of time her condition has gotten worse Finally I took her off al the meds but her BP and cholesterol meds and on the next visit he had know answers.
I think that anyone with dementia or related conditions should never be put on drugs like antivan ,clonazepam ,diazepam or sleeping pills they all made things worse. But with the oil she has better sleep. I would rather her her snoring than not truly sleeping.
And unlike sleeping pills she is more stable in the morning or when she gets up during the night.Family caregivers of people with dementia, often called the invisible second patients, are critical to the quality of life of the care recipients.
The effects of being a family caregiver, though sometimes positive, are generally negative, with high rates of burden and psychological morbidity as well as social isolation, physical ill-health, and.
Allow me to begin on a personal note. This is a picture of me, right around the time that my grandma was diagnosed with end-stage heart disease and sent home to die.
Caregivers and family members will experience negative effects emotionally, bodily, and financially in an effort to take care of their loved one, who is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.
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The Effects of Alzheimer’s on Primary Caregivers and Their Families The article “ Family Caregivers of People with Dementia ” by Henry Brodaty, MD, offers professional insight into the effects of Alzheimer’s disease on the family unit.
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