Although it is true that a great majority of Canadian adults consume cannabis, but the same cannot be said about the teenagers who are increasingly becoming regular users of cannabis and its edibles. In fact, even the youngest teen in Canada may have used cannabis at some point in their lives. But there are numerous scientific reports that indicate that this substance is far more harmful than the commonly understood one and has a number of dangerous effects which make the substance addictive and toxic. These harmful effects include short-term memory loss, increased anxiety levels, an inability to regulate moods and a lack of concentration or attention span. Some of the most common side effects of cannabis, when taken continuously over a long period of time include coughing, anxiety, depression, anxiety, paranoia, slurred speech, memory loss, dizziness, tics, tremors and chest pains.
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The reason why there are so many reported side effects is because the two hours after consumption of cannabis edibles remain in the body and can exert profound and long term effects on the human body. Studies have shown that long-term cannabis use can cause changes in the brain and central nervous system that can lead to an array of serious health problems. The main psychoactive effects of cannabis edibles can be seen in the brain and central nervous system. Although not everything contained within a cannabis edible is bound to have a psychoactive effect, most of them do and it is these effects that cause many of the problems associated with this substance. The two most widely documented effects of cannabis edible are the inability of the human body to regulate moods and feelings and the inability to focus.
When looking at different edibles for purchase it is essential to be aware of what is included and the safety information included. Most edibles Canada contain tetrahydrocannabinol, which is commonly referred to as THC or also known as marijuana. This is the psychoactive substance which causes people to experience the various symptoms listed above. Although THC cannot be detected through standard testing it can be detected in the body’s blood stream after the ingestion of cannabis edibles. It is important to understand that when looking at different edibles to purchase you must read the ingredients to ensure that the food product is safe for you and your family to eat.