Hemp and cannabis flowers and leaves are non-ingestible intoxicant plant parts that contain toxic cannabinoids that are commonly sold, either as pure isolated cannabinoid drugs or as full-spectrum or broad spectrum extractions of cannabinoids.
While some cannabinoids, such as THC, are also neurotoxic and cause lasting nerve cell death, other cannabinoids, such as CBD, only havetoxic side effects that temporarily intervene with neurotransmitters in nerve functioning, as follows:
"inhibition of the release of neurotransmitters and neuropeptides from presynaptic nerve endings" is an inhibitory narcotic property
"modulation of postsynaptic neuron excitability" is a paralyzing psychedelic property
"activation of descending inhibitory pain pathways" is an interfering anesthetic property
"reduction of neural inflammation" is a reducing depressant property.
Cannabinoids are Narcotics
Any method of hemp and cannabis flower and leaf consumption, regardless of the types of cannabinoids present, is like any other narcotic drug and abused for inducing states of false well-being, such as painlessness, dissociation, and manic euphoria.
The consumption of hemp and cannabis flower and leaf has no benefit to health, nor can hemp and cannabis flower and leaf be used medicinally for healing, because they are a intoxicant that interferes with bodily functions which also increases the side effects of drugs concurrently taken with them.
Contrary to government funded and endorsed clinical trials, The nutrients and other constituents found in hemp and cannabis flowers and leaves are not viable because of the presence of the intoxicant cannabinoids.
Any hemp and cannabis product that is derived from anything other than the seed is not to be consumed as a dietary supplement, since all hemp and cannabis flowers and leaves contain cannabinoid intoxicants. Additionally, any hemp and cannabis products that have CBD listed anywhere on the label suggest that the purified drug CBD has been added to the product and is considered illegal drug sales.
Adverse and Dangerous Intoxicant Effects
Hemp and cannabis flowers and leaves are dangerous to use when driving, when working, and operating heavy machinery due to their nervous system depressing effects of drowsiness, sedation, lethargy, and fatigue. Some users of cannabinoids may eventually believe they are drugging themselves and poisoning themselves by recognizing reactive changes in their own behavior, such as anger, irritability, panic, and dissociation.
CBD is Wrongly Promoted as a Safe and Non-intoxicating
Adverse Health Effects from Hemp and Cannabis Flower and Leaf Usage
weight gain or weight loss
disturbances in relationships
lack of empathy
abnormally slow heart rate
decreased red blood cells
low blood pressure
infertility in females and males
decreased sperm in males
decreased testosterone in males
shrunken testicles in males
protein metabolism interference
retarded brain function
decreased growth and regeneration
decreased bodyweight of newborns
Medical fraudsters and quack doctors, with government agency approval, wrongly promote and prescribe hemp and cannabis flowers and leaves and cannabinoid derivatives, such as THC and CBD, for quack medicine snake oil uses to inappropriately treat and manage diseases and conditions.
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