Why is Marijuana still considered an Opioid?
This question has been in circulation for ages . . .
Why is Marijuana considered an Opioid?
For the record, let’s determine what the term “opioid” really means.
An Opioid includes opiates, an older term that refers to such drugs derived from opium, including morphine itself.
Last time Science was involved, experts were able to determine that Marijuana doesn’t derive from opiates. It certainly has no correlation with morphine since Marijuana is literally a plant.
God provided us this great herbal medicine to cure and reduce certain conditions. Whether it’s treating seizures or alleviate the “Crohn’s disease”, it has been proven to work and to help the ones who need it.
The problem is abusing the herbs.
Just like anything in the world, doing too much of something will later bring consequences. Even when you think that nothing’s going to happen, that’s when your wrong. It doesn’t matter if it’s even working out too much, I promise that if you’re lifting weights for 3 hours straight, you’ll most likely pass out. So even exercising too much is a problem. As long as you understand the balance of when to do things and when to stop, vices wouldn’t be an issue.
Marijuana is a very prosperous and critical medicinal remedy, yet, it needs to be treated professionally and carefully when consuming what it can do.
Next time someone judges you for consuming Cannabis . . .
Educate them, because they haven’t educated themselves.