The phytocannabinoids [naturally occuring chemical compounds] in cannabis interact within the body's Endocannabinoid System which can produce a range of temporary effects on the mind and/or body. Every individual has a completely different response to cannabis as everyone’s physiological makeup is different, and the ECS receptor site locations and the number of sites can vary from person to person - the same strain of cannabis can affect each individual differently. Additional factors that contribute to the potential differences in effect can include: genetics, gender, health, personality and age.
Being aware of the interaction between cannabis and the human body is helpful in understanding how to make the right choice for you as an individual. Also consider the method and amount of consumption, and the levels of THC and CBD that are in a strain. If you’re new to consuming cannabis, you should consider starting at very low THC and CBD levels as you learn how you will respond.
Cannabis consumption can produce a range of effects - some highlights to be aware of when managing your experience:
Long-term Effects of Cannabis Consumption
Some studies have suggested there may be long-term effects associated with prolonged use of cannabis. These long-term effects may include (but are not limited to):
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