Cannabis Science blog

This particular blog will be updated regularly. I have been using marijuana as a medication for my mental instabilities. It has worked very well, and with the substance now being legalized people are able to do more scientific research on a plant that potentially- if used in the right way can solve a lot of problems for us as a whole.

Not just his medicine, butalso as a way to remove plastic from our lives, save trees by using paper made from marijuana, and so much more!

I want to build a case I want to show everyone that it is okay and it is safe, if you safely and correctly

With that said this is the beginning of the “Marijuana Science Blog.” If you find any inconsistency with the evidence or proof that I present here, and can show me proof that what I have here is untrue please let me know. While I will be showing proof  for everything a present, I know science can change  and sometimes sources are not  always as accurate as they seem so I completely understand that I can be wrong. For all I know marijuana really is a gateway drug of awfulness and I have yet to figure it out. However I’m very confident that it isn’t and I want to prove this knowledge.

I also will be posting the not-so-good side of marijuana all of the bad effects it may give, and what can happen on a really big high. I want to show the good and the bad of this plant because in the end I want to prove that the good outweighs the bad. So let’s get started!

First: What is marijuana? Canabis? Hemp? Weed?

Marijuana: the dried leaves and female flowers of the hemp plant.

Hemp: a tall, coarse plant, that is nativet to Asia but naturalized or cultivated in many parts of the world and is the source of avaluable fiber as well as drugs such as marijuana

Cannabis: the flowering tops of the plant.

  1. A second psychoactive species of the plant, Cannabis indica, was identified by the French naturalist Jean-Baptiste Lamarck, and a third, uncommon one, Cannabis ruderalis, was named in 1924 by Russian botanist D.E. Janischevisky.
  2. The plant “marijuana”It is important to distinguish between the two familiar subspecies of the cannabis plant, Warf said. Cannabis sativa, known as marijuana, has psychoactive properties. The other plant is Cannabis sativa L. (The L was included in the name in honor of the botanist Carl Linnaeus.) This subspecies is known as hemp; it is a nonpsychoactive form of cannabis, and is used in manufacturing products such as oil, cloth and fuel

  • History lesson. 

  1. In the report, author Barney Warf describes how cannabis use originated thousands of years ago in Asia, and has since found its way to many regions of the world, eventually spreading to the Americas and the United States.

    “For the most part, it was widely used for medicine and spiritual purposes,” during pre-modern times, said Warf, a professor of geography at the University of Kansas in Lawrence. For example, the Vikings and medieval Germans used cannabis for relieving pain during childbirth and for toothaches, he said.

    “The idea that this is an evil drug is a very recent construction,” and the fact that it is illegal is a “historical anomaly,” Warf said. Marijuana has been legal in many regions of the world for most of its history.

  2. After this really long “trip” throughout the pre-modern and modern worlds, cannabis finally came to the United States at the beginning of the 20th century. It arrived in the southwest United States from Mexico, with immigrants fleeing that country during the Mexican Revolution of 1910-1911.

  3. Americans laws never recognized the difference between Cannabis sativa L. and Cannabis sativa. The plant was first outlawed in Utah in 1915, and by 1931 it was illegal in 29 states, according to the report.

    In 1930, Harry Aslinger became the first commissioner of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics (FBN) and undertook multiple efforts to make marijuana illegal in all states. In 1937, the Marijuana Tax Act put cannabis under the regulation of the Drug Enforcement Agency, criminalizing possession of the plant throughout the country. “Today, the federal government still classifies marijuana as a Schedule I controlled substance, along with heroin and LSD, indicating it has high potential for abuse and addiction, no accepted medical uses and no safe level of use,” Warf wrote.

  • Sativa and indica the difference
  • The different chemicals in weed and how they work.
  • The different forms  marijuana can come in, how to use them,Others, and ect.

2. How marijuana affects the human body.

  • How marijuana affects the brain in general. ( sativa, Indica variations)
  • How marijuana affects the body in general. ( sativa, Indica variations)
  • What marijuana does not do to your body ( disproving myths)

3. Frequently asked specific marijuana questions ( curiosity, did not kill the cat🐺)

  • Marijuana and pregnancy
  • Marijuana and sex
  • Marijuana and animals
  • Marijuana addictiveness (or not)

4. Positives: ( how marijuana can make a positive impact on our world through health and resources)

  • Medical use

  1. Mental illnesses
  2. Physical illnesses
  • Industrial uses, and others

  1. Paper and plastic
  2. Renewable energy source
  3. Money & economy

5. Negatives ( there is such a thing too much of a good thing)







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