According to a 2012 survey, cannabis is one of the most commonly used herbal remedies. Those unfamiliar with cannabis tend to associate it with negative connotations. However, Innovations in Clinical Neuroscience says, “Though research on the central effects of cannabis is relatively new, its medicinal use can be traced back to the Chinese Han dynasty, circa AD 25 to AD 220, when it was used to treat rheumatic pain, constipation, malaria, and female reproductive disorders.”
Although cannabis has been around for many years, there is still a lot of misinformation about it.
Which is why we are sharing (& debunking!) three widely accepted cannabis myths.
What other cannabis myths have you encountered and how did you debunk them with cannabis facts? Tell us in the comments!