Prompted by “Marijuana’s Long Term Effects On The Brain Finally Revealed!”: http://earthweareone.com/marijuanas-long-term-effects-on-the-brain-finally-revealed/
“The researcher helped dispel the dying myth that marijuana use lowers IQ, and actually provides more evidence to marijuana’s potential role in fighting Alzheimer’s. The research revealed that earlier onset of regular marijuana use leads to greater structural and functional connectivity in the brain. The most significant increases in connectivity appear as an individual begins using marijuana, with results showing that the severity of use is directly correlated to greater connectivity.”
I confess my inability (due to my very busy status) to verify the quality of the cited research, but the proclaimed science does flawlessly conform to my Cannabis Hypothesis (i.e. proper cannabis use relieves stress, which naturally increases self-healing ability, to put it basically).
Based upon my research, proper cannabis use (i.e. fitting strain selection, intake method — e.g. electronic vaporization for most-precise dosage, fitting intake amount, and suitable timing and environment) reduces unhealthy stress due to the anti-inflammatory nature of cannabis. That includes opposing inflammation occurring in the brain as professionally believed in the too-many cases of dementia.
Future posting offers much more regarding my Cannabis Hypothesis, so feel free to stay tuned.
I remain unsure regarding my opportunity to further post about Alzheimer’s disease during the remaining days of MAM (Mentality Awareness Month — inspired by the National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month), but suffice it to say that a lot more work remains throughout the annual interim leading towards the next month-sized mark of raising public awareness about a serious set of issues joined together under one serious issue that is improving mentality.
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