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This is what you look like, on the inside, when smoking cannabis. The effects of Marijuana on your brain, and how it defines your experience.
Written and created by Mitchell Moffit (twitter @mitchellmoffit) and Gregory Brown (twitter @whalewatchmeplz).
Music by Mitchell Moffit
Art by Gregory and Mitchell
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Was a fairly scientific video up until 2:00 when you sped up everything and used words like enhancement and higher thinking. This video could be misleading for someone who is trying to understand the lasting effects of THC on their brain.
When I get high it feels like I’m the backseat driver of my own thought process but still in control. And that everything I’m doing has already been predicted. Not only that but every movement I make feels more slower at the same time. Sometimes all be smiling for a long time and not even realize it. When I walk it feel like I’m moon walking, I also find it hard to stop smiling when I’m high. I prefer sativa over indica so when I smoke I tend to get a bit jittery. Other than than that, a few of the symptoms I get are red and dry eyes and especially cotton mouth (sour, dry, and bitter taste in the mouth)
The same thing happens to me. but one time i had a bad one and I had a thought stuck in my head that i didn't like and it just kept nagging and nagging. almost like a stutter like i couldn't get it completely out. Scared me but i was able to get over it quickly as my GF saw i was tripping and kissed me.
The only bad thing about weed is getting caught 😂😂 tbh this is just a conspiracy but it makes since. What if they wanna bad weed because you actually see the world how it is when on it? But some states make it illegal and some make it legal. Idk just a thought
The cannabis plant is not evil, it's only what it is used for that is evil. All plants used for drugs are living things that don't deserve to be wiped out. The only evil plant out there is coriander, that DOES deserve to be destroyed for good. Drugs should be illegal, but they shouldn't wipe out an entire species simply because some people use it for the wrong purpose. I have never taken drugs, well only pain killer and alcohol, within moderation. There should be an island that is fortified where all illegal drugs can grow and all the others across the world are destroyed, so they don't die out, but can't be used for drugs.
This is talking about the component of THC the other one was talking about CBC it's completely different than THC so if you want to talk and say that marijuana is bad I don't know what to tell you go to school
Please could you make a video on the effects of smoking cannabis mixed with tobacco vs smoking it pure via bong, pipe or vaping? I've been told that nicotine and cannabis interact in ways that make the high different. I've also experienced this myself (or think I have) - any input appreciated!
I got high for my first time a few days ago. And It’s a very interesting experience. At the beginning of the High I felt as if the world was tilting back and fourth. I couldn’t hear much unless someone was directly talking to me. And I couldn’t stop laughing, I was saying some weird things and my brain was literally going off just so much going through it, I couldn’t even finish half of my sentences. I also felt like I was trapped in my body, I felt like I knew who I was but everything I was saying no one could take seriously.
i don't know or don't want to know what side effects weed has. I just know i got much more creative than before. I was a struggling trader before, but after weed entered into my life, i get out of the box ideas that i never could even imagine. When i was depressed weed gives me motivation. Weed changed my Life.
where are those studies that show evidence of slowing down brain growth? i think these studies are highly questionable, as with most studies. Once you studied statistics, you can't take such studies seriously anymore
I know this mechanism doesn't take place in the brain, but I feel like it's important to say regardless. CBD, or Cannabidiol, seeks out cancerous cells specifically, and causes those cancerous cell to undergo apoptosis, which is in layman's terms, cellular suicide.. CBD makes cancer kill itself.
So marijuana basically makes you a happy relaxed narrow minded fool or makes you a relaxed, narrow minded and focused thinker where you pay a lot of attention to one thought at a time where your thought feels more significant then it most likely actually is so you feel your right about it regardless of possibly being wrong and/or gives you anxiety and/or gives you a panic attack where you possibly feel like your gonna die or feel like your dying and possible psychosis. This all deals with amount taken and tolerence of course. Along with this there's the cancer risk and such from smoking it and short term memory problems from heavy use amongst other bad factors.
Your brain on drugs: modern living.
Effects: depression, anxiety, suicidal feelings/thoughts, excessive rumination on time, ego comparisons, feelings of worthlessness and guilt, inappropriate behavior appraised as being good by peers, unthinking respect for authority, lack of moral fiber, inability to think for yourself, laughing when being told the truth or outright rejection, lowered awareness, lowered state of consciousness, declining brain function, excessive television watching, fear of the unknown further expounded upon by reductionist beliefs as handed down by the establishment, ect...
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