What does marijuana do to your brain?

What does marijuana do to your brain?

Marijuana is getting more and more popular every year. The public sentiment is changing and states across the U.S. are now legalizing marijuana for recreational and medical use. What does marijuana do for your brain? What does marijuana do to your body? What are the potential risks and benefits of using marijuana? This episode of Neuro Transmissions features Alie Astrocyte explaining what we know about the effects of marijuana and what we have yet to discover. We will discuss the endocannabinoid systems, the differences between sativa strains and indica strains, side effect, and how your brain reacts to drugs.

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