Other names Marijuana, Marijuana Edibles, THC
The legality and side effects of Cannabis
You should always consider the risks of a nootropic before you use it.
Supplements and drugs can interact with Cannabis to increase or decrease the positive or negative effects you experience. If you are already using any supplements or drugs, speak with your trusted medical professional before you experiment with Cannabis. To learn more about the potential interactions between Cannabis and other substances, use interaction-checker.
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Studies conducted on the effects of Cannabis in healthy humans
No placebo-controlled trials on healthy humans that meet our inclusion criteria have been conducted on Cannabis.
"Participants felt significantly drowsier and more tired after THC, whatever the driving condition. Driving stability was significantly impaired after THC, both in simulated and real driving conditions."
"Acute ∆9-THC administration produced transient anxiety and psychotomimetic symptoms, the latter being greater in non-users compared to users [...] In non-users, the more severe the ∆9-THC-induced psychotomimetic symptoms and cognitive impairments, the more pronounced was the neurophysiological alteration. Previous modest cannabis use blunts the acute behavioral and neurophysiological effects of ∆9-THC, which are more marked in people who have never used cannabis."
"The 25-mg dose produced significant drug effects [...], increased incidence of adverse effects, and pronounced impairment of cognitive and psychomotor ability [...] Several subjective drug effects and observed cognitive and psychomotor impairments persisted for up to 6 hours on average."
Last updated Saturday, June 10, 2023