Why Marijuana is the Drug Smart People Prefer

Why Marijuana is the Drug Smart People Prefer

Marijuana is the drug smart people prefer, Why?

 

For starters, marijuana is far less harmful than other drugs. People have been using it safely for centuries, and there’s never been a documented death from marijuana use. Compare that to alcohol, killing tens of thousands of people yearly.

Marijuana is also physically non-addictive and has proven medical benefits. It can help treat conditions like pain, anxiety, and insomnia. And it’s much less likely to cause side effects than other prescription drugs.

Plus, marijuana is becoming increasingly legal and socially acceptable. In many states, getting it for recreational use is now possible. That means more people are trying it and discovering that it’s not the dangerous drug they’ve been led to believe.

So why do so many people still think marijuana is unsafe? Part of it has to do with the way the media demonizes it. For decades, movies and TV shows have shown cannabis smokers as lazy, unmotivated, and even violent.

But that’s not what the science says. In fact, studies have found that marijuana can actually improve focus and motivation. And there’s no evidence that it makes people violent.

Science also says that illicit drug use is linked to having a higher childhood IQ, particularly among women. And another study shows how smoking cannabis leads to an increase in cerebral blood flow, meaning more oxygen to the brain.

The bottom line is that marijuana is a safe, effective, and increasingly popular drug. And it’s time for the stigma around it to disappear finally.

Here’s why marijuana is the drug smart people prefer.

1. Marijuana Can Improve Focus and Motivation.

One of the most common stereotypes about marijuana smokers is that they are lazy and unmotivated. But that couldn’t be further from the truth.

In fact, studies have shown that marijuana can actually improve focus and motivation. One study found that THC, the main active ingredient in marijuana, increases task flexibility and creativity.

Another study found that CBD, another key ingredient in marijuana, enhances attention, cognitive control, and working memory. So if you’re looking for a way to boost your productivity, marijuana may be worth considering.

2. Marijuana Is Safer Than Most Drugs.

People often lump marijuana in with other drugs like heroin and cocaine, but the truth is, it’s much safer than those drugs. In fact, it’s one of the safest drugs out there.

A Scientific Reports study found that marijuana is far less harmful than alcohol and tobacco. The study also found that it’s impossible to overdose on marijuana, and it’s doubtful it leads to addiction.

Compare that to alcohol, linked to 88,000 deaths yearly, and tobacco, connected to 480,000 deaths annually. Marijuana is not in the same category as those other drugs.

3. Marijuana Can Help Treat a Wide Range of Conditions.

Marijuana is effective in treating a wide range of conditions, including:

  • Cancer.
  • Chronic pain.
  • Depression.
  • Anxiety.
  • PTSD.
  • Alzheimer’s disease.
  • Parkinson’s disease.
  • Crohn’s disease.

There are now 29 states (and Washington D.C.) that have legalized marijuana for medicinal use. And the list of conditions that marijuana can treat will only grow as more research is done.

4. Marijuana Can Help You Be More Creative.

If you’re looking for a creative boost, marijuana could be the answer. Numerous studies have shown that marijuana can improve creativity, and many famous artists and musicians have credited cannabis for its success. Some of the most creative people in the world have been known to use marijuana, including:

  • Bob Dylan.
  • Hunter S. Thompson.
  • John Lennon.
  • Carl Sagan.
  • Steve Jobs.

5. Marijuana is Safer Than Alcohol or Tobacco.

Again, people often lump marijuana with other drugs, but it’s very different. For one thing, it’s much safer than alcohol or tobacco. Alcohol is associated with many health problems, including liver disease, heart disease and cancer. Several severe health conditions are linked to tobacco smoking, including lung cancer and COPD.

Marijuana, on the other hand, has never been directly related to any significant health issues. In fact, some experts believe that marijuana may actually have health benefits and medicinal properties. For example, it’s effective in treating pain and other medical conditions. People also use marijuana to deal with cancer treatment’s side effects, such as nausea and vomiting.

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