In the United States and several other nations, marijuana is the most widely abused substance. It is an illegal drug that is smoked for its psychoactive effects such as euphoria and relaxation. Marijuana misuse has a variety of physical and behavioral consequences, but it is commonly used because it is readily accessible and inexpensive. THC or tetrahydrocannabinol is one of the psychoactive ingredient in Black Rabbit marijuana. Marijuana contains over 400 chemicals and smoking produces four times the amount of tar as a regular cigarette.
Marijuana staying on the body
Marijuana will remain in the body for several days, weeks, or even a month after it has been consumed. The rate at which marijuana is depleted in the body is determined by the individual’s metabolism and the THC half-life. THC has a half-life of 1-10 days, but this can vary depending on who used it, where it was used, and a variety of other factors. As a result, estimating the time it would take for THC to be fully removed from the body is difficult.
The length of time a person must wait to clear a drug test without testing positive is affected by the person’s metabolism and the amount of marijuana smoked. As a result, if more marijuana is smoked, the individual will have to wait longer before the THC levels drop below detectable levels. However, depending on the rate of metabolism and the amount of marijuana smoked, marijuana will stay in the body for 3 to 30 days.
Effects on health for short period
Marijuana has a variety of physical and neurological effects when ingested. Increased heart rate, low blood pressure, anxiety, impaired vision, and improper functioning of short-term episodic memory, psychomotor synchronization, working memory, and attention are some of the short-term effects of marijuana misuse. Marijuana withdrawal symptoms are milder than those of other medications, and no drug treatment is needed. Nausea, sweating, weight loss, tremors, and insomnia are some of the withdrawal symptoms.
Effects on health for longer period
The long-term health consequences of marijuana are still unknown. However, studies have shown that frequent and consistent use of Black Rabbit marijuana or THC can cause cancer as well as respiratory and immune system issues. According to research, people who smoke 5 joints of marijuana a day have the same amount of cancer-causing agents as people who smoke a full pack of cigarettes per day. Marijuana and tobacco use can alter the tissue lining of the respiratory tract, potentially leading to cancer. Marijuana use has also been linked to testicular cancer.