MARIJUANA TRIPLES BLOOD PRESSURE RISK

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People who smoke marijuana have three times greater risk of dying from hypertension, or high blood pressure, than those who have never used the drug. And the risk grows with every year of use. Now I did say smoking the marijuana. The findings from a study of close to 1,200 people, could have implications in the U.S., as several states have legalized marijuana and others are moving toward it. It is also decriminalized in a number of other countries. I do know, from a different viewpoint too, that it changes the microflora in the gut which can lead to other digestive issues also, like leaky gut.

“It is important to establish whether any health benefits outweigh the potential health, social and economic risks,” said Barbara Yankey, who led the research at the school of public health at Georgia State University in the United States. “If marijuana use is implicated in cardiovascular diseases and deaths, then it rests on the health community and policy makers to protect the public.”

I know I cannot use marijuana because of my current position and responsibility for people’s’ safety. However, I want you to consider the continued research is being done in this area with recreational use of the drug. Just because it is “natural” does not mean to over using the marijuana. There are benefits of THC for those who cannot get relief with terminal health issues. However, please investigate other methods to get the best nutritional ways to better health.

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