Marijuana years, it can have a great impact

Marijuana Benefits to the Brain and Body        Marijuana (Weed) is a mix of shredded leaves, stems and  flower buds of the widely known Cannabis sativa plant. Marijuana can be smoked, vaped, eaten, and brewed. The exciting chemical that is combined in marijuana is called tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Bestowing research from the Potency Monitoring Project, “the average THC content of marijuana has soared from less than one percent in 1972, to 3 to 4 percent in the 1990’s, to nearly 13 percent in 2010.” Today’s retail marijuana has thirty percent more THC. The boosted potency makes it very hard to determine the short and long term effects of marijuana. Depending on the quantity, quality and method of consumption, marijuana can make or produce a vibe of high by stimulating brain cells to release the chemical dopamine.When inhaled or smoked, the vibe of high is almost automatic. Other changes in mood occurs, with relaxation or a form of relaxing. Marijuana can cause a increase appetite or known as the munchies. These and more impacts can vary, by how often they use or inhale and how often its been since they gotten high. When coming down from the high of the user the user may be overwhelmed with tiredness. Marijuana use usually begins in the teen years, it can have a great impact on brain development, including lowered brain activity. According to the Northwestern medicine study of teen marijuana consumers, memory related structures in the brain appear to become smaller. These flaws remain for two years after the teen is over the influence of marijuana which proves that marijuana has a long term effect on the brain and body. Long term users report that they have a very forgetful memory. Those that started smoking at a early age like 14 have or did worse some cognitive tests than those that are 17 and over and tested. Marijuana smoke can cause many of the same respiratory problems such as increased daily cough and a greater instance of lung infections. It had been thought that there was a connection between marijuana smokers and increased risk of the lung cancer. A 2017 study has proven and or shown the readers that 26 percent more likely to have a stroke than those people who does not or did not use marijuana. Those who were studied also have 10 percent more chance to developed a heart failure. Marijuana can also