To your health, body and spirit – New Study Finally Reveals Marijuana’s Long Term Effects On The Brain. Wow!
The age of Reefer Madness may still be upon us. That’s right, weed is still looking like the bad guy, despite all the moves towards legalization. Which is weird, seeing as alcohol still kills more people every year than weed does. It is legit to question the potential effects of a drug, however, seeing as we’re making it more and more available to the every day consumer.
Instead of bickering over all this, however, we can finally turn to some real science. Over at the University of Texas, they decided to run an experiment to check out the long-term effects of marijuana use on the brain. Which resulted in a few interesting facts…
According to the research, people who use do not have a decrease in their IQ, and might actually be fending off Alzheimer’s. If users are starting earlier, they’re actually setting their brain up right—apparently, weed can lead to a greater connectivity in brain cells, and a stronger “structural” capacity. The more you use, the more that connectivity increases.
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