Using Cannabis has consequences.
An overview from one of South Africa’s top Psychiatrists
and the reasons why Cannabis is not prescribed by the practice.
This writer no affiliation or relationship to Houghton House
Studies on Cannabis
Most studies about the advantages of Cannabis were done in the 1970s. At that stage, the average blunt/spliff had 120 to 2500 cannabinoids.
Today, because of cross-breeding and tampering the average Cannabinoids level, is between 12 000 and 120 000 cannabinoids.
That amounts to the difference between 1 cup of coffee and more than 1000 cups of coffee.
Clearly in relative terms, the first is “safe” and the second is extreme. There are at least 113 different Cannabinoids many of which are unstudied and their effects unknown. Continue reading “Using Cannabis an overview from one of South Africa’s top Psychiatrists”