Friday, August 30, 2019

No, you can't die from pot. (But you can smoke too much) 🙀

 
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An overdose is defined as taking more than a prescribed amount of a drug, leading to adverse or unwanted effects, or even death. In the case of many drugs such as opioids, benzodiazepines, and amphetamines, an overdose is a life-threatening situation. Today, this is one of the leading causes of death for Americans 25-45 years old. But can you overdose on weed? As cannabis becomes legal in many states, more people are experimenting with it, leading to more calls to poison control centers around the country, primarily due to the overconsumption of edibles.

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Dive Into The Stash

The latest cannabis news, culture, and information.

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How Does CBD Help To Combat Inflammation?

Products containing cannabidiol, or CBD, for inflammation are proliferating online and hitting store shelves around the country at an unprecedented clip,making claims about treating different inflammatory disorders from rheumatoid arthritis to osteoarthritis to Crohn's disease. There is scientific evidence for the effectiveness of CBD in treating epilepsy syndromes, such as Dravet syndrome and Lennox-Gastaut syndrome, for which antiseizure medications do not have any effect.

 
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Can You Donate Blood if You Smoke Weed?

Donating blood saves lives. Patients who have experienced serious injuries, surgeries, anemia, cancer, blood disorders, childbirth and other circumstances can survive because of blood transfusions. The amount of blood needed for transfusions is astounding, according to the Red Cross, someone needs blood every two seconds, but less than 38 percent of the US population is eligible to donate. If you consume cannabis, can you still donate?

 
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Why Does Marijuana Sometimes Cause Paranoia?

Products containing cannabidiol, or CBD, for inflammation are proliferating online and hitting store shelves around the country at an unprecedented clip,making claims about treating different inflammatory disorders from rheumatoid arthritis to osteoarthritis to Crohn's disease. There is scientific evidence for the effectiveness of CBD in treating epilepsy syndromes, such as Dravet syndrome and Lennox-Gastaut syndrome, for which antiseizure medications do not have any effect.

 
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Marijuana and Heart Health: Is There a Risk?

The effects marijuana has on heart health is not as cut-and-dried as it might seem. Like many other health-related topics in the cannabis space, research is preliminary. Unfortunately, there is no scientific consensus, but there are some interesting studies being done that help us gain an understanding on how marijuana could affect the heart. There is a plethora of work out there that can tend to be confusing with claims being made on both sides.

 
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