Have you ever heard that marijuana is a vegetable? Yes, you’ve heard well – it’s true. The marijuana plant’s leaves and buds are actually loaded with antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-cancer compounds. These compounds are known as cannabidiols (CBD) and they make marijuana, cannabis, or whatever you want to call it, a super food.
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That’s why marijuana seems to be the perfect medicine to ensure our bodies are working at peak performance. Major league sports would disagree.
CBDs bridge the gap of neurotransmission in the central nervous system by providing a two-way system of communication that completes a positive “feedback loop” says Dr. William Courtney, a medical marijuana expert and founder of Cannabis International. This is instead of a one-way transmission which promotes chronic inflammation.
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If you juice marijuana, you will get the needed healing benefits without the high. No smoking, no high, and you can ingest higher doses of the drug, which will inevitably have your system running more smoothly and you feeling better. You can also add other fruits and vegetables to make tasty juices and incorporate cannabis into your diet.
Smoking promotes inflammation which leads to infection and potential dysfunction or communication breakdowns in your body. According to many doctors vaporizing over smoking, is better, and most of them promote edibles over vaporizing. But you still need to heat up the drug to make edibles. That’s why, medically speaking, juicing the plant works best.
4 Health Benefits To Juicing Marijuana
Many doctors work hard to legalize the drug and work it into mainstream diets, Dr. Courtney is one of them. They’ve found that using cannabis as a food (instead of a smokeable) it can help prevent, diminish, and fix:
- Autoimmune Disorders
- Cellular Dysfunction
- Chronic Inflammation
- Cancer Cells
But first, you should consult to your doctor, not a dealer. It is only currently legal in Colorado, Washington, Alaska, and Oregon, but it has been allowed for medical use in some other countries too.
Source: Healthy Living Style