Back in 1990, scientists made a remarkable discovery that both changed the way we view the human body and cannabis: the endocannabinoid system.
Is cannabis really good for people struggling with mental illness?
The popular opinion is that it is. Whether you suffer from anxiety or have faced your battle with depression, cannabis is often crowned the miracle medication.
Mental health is becoming an increasingly common topic of discussion and it is because of the shrinking stigma surrounding the issues which people face that many sufferers are now prepared to be more vocal. From high-profile celebrities to friends and acquaintances, the ability to recognize that mental health encompasses many different factors and takes many different forms is crucial in allowing us to have purposeful and in-depth conversations about how deeply an individual can be affected, but it is still a challenge for many of us to even admit that we are ‘not okay’.
According to the experts, since the very first time the hallucinatory aspect of this herb entered into human being’s blood stream that led to the sudden out of the blue euphoric and ecstatic feeling, mankind’s been using this plant as a sacred medium for the communion with the spiritual world and to achieve a elated heavenly delight that they thought opened doors to a numinous new realm of higher consciousness
I have been collecting resin most of my life and, with the retrospect that age is bringing, I can clearly see the different levels of consciousness and knowledge I have experienced in my relation with the Cannabis plant and its resin. The dimensions of ripeness is my latest finding and possibly the most defining aspect of resin quality.
Marijuana and Spirituality by Jeff Brown. Marijuana has been used for thousands of years in various cultures and religions. Richard E. Schultes a prominent researcher in the field of psychoactive plants said in an article he wrote entitled: Man and Marijuana: