I’ve had a complicated relationship with food all my life. Instead of seeing it as fuel for my body, I saw it as entertainment for my mind. Fasting enabled me to break a lifetime of bad food habits.
Because there’s no known cure for IBS, and doctors can’t help, I’ve had no choice but to learn how to treat the symptoms of my IBS alone. This is why I use cannabis, and how it affects my IBS symptoms.
Losing weight slowly, through a gradual change in eating habits is the only way to achieve sustained weight loss but a good place to start is with a keto meal plan. This plan includes treats to make the transition easy.
The benefits I list here are subjective but the effects are consistent enough for me to notice distinct changes in my gut health. Here are some of the benefits of eating cannabis according to me:
Find something you love and let it kill you is a cool meme unless you’re talking about tobacco, which kills more than 7 million people a year. Face it, folks, tobacco is a clumsy cannabis delivery system.
The links between cannabis and schizophrenia has been a hot-button topic for 80 years. The evidence is thin and tenuous but the fear people have is very real. Is the link real, or just a manipulation of the facts?
Cannabis softens the blow of remembered pain enough to trace its path back to abstract sources, and follow its patterns through the course of a life. That’s how I learned to treat my depression with cannabis.
In coming years tighter regulation will force CBD companies to comply with evolving standards but until that happens the industry is full of mad claims and in some cases, devoid of scruples. That’s why you need to choose CBD wisely.
To grow weed demands discipline and commitment but it’s the purest connection to cannabis, and opens the door to nature. All you have to do is plant a seed, and help it grow.