Preferring cannabis over alcohol

I have gravitated away from alcohol consumption, then i don’t like the adverse effects on my heath, calories or hangover in the day; Cannabis is a natural, safer alternative, then now that my state has legalized cannabis, it’s readily accessible at multiple dispensaries in the local area.

I find it odd that alcohol has been legal for several years when it has so several proven health risks while cannabis remains illegal at the federal level, however excessive alcohol consumption has been affixed to heart disease, liver disease, shortened lifespan, addiction, cancer, memory complications and immune system dysfunction.

Even for those who only drink now and then, there are complications with nausea, dehydration, sleep concerns and dangerous medication interactions, but alcohol provides actually few positive benefits. I’ve learn that purple wine offers anti-inflammatory properties. In comparison, correct and occasional consumption of cannabis has shown to offer pain relief, reduce stress and anxiety, elevate mood, treat sleep disorders, soothe aching joints and muscles, reduce side-effects of chemotherapy and stimulate appetite. As a plant-based medicine, cannabis has demonstrated cancer-fighting properties. Consuming it does not lead to death. Approximately 88,000 people die every year due to alcohol-related overdoses. There are no deaths reported from excessive cannabis consumption. The local dispensaries sell cannabis-infused beverages, such as cannabeer and mocktail. The label provides the exact THC percentage, making dosing simple. The high is correctly actually mild and I feel fantastic the next day. I don’t get bed-spins. I don’t throw up. I don’t need to counteract adverse effects by drinking an abundance of water. Cannabis-infused drinks are the ideal alternative to alcohol. I drink them at social events and care about myself.



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