Direct link between daily use of high THC level cannabis to psychotic disorder

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New research suggests that individuals who consume cannabis with high tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) on a daily basis are three times more likely to develop psychotic orders when compared to nonusers of the drug. 

THC is the main psychoactive ingredient of cannabis and is responsible for giving users the high and the mind-altering effects. This is why cannabis products with high THC content is more associated with the recreational use of the drug.

The study, published in the journal the Lancet Psychiatry on Tuesday, presents evidence that is consistent with previous studies in suggesting that high-potency cannabis and the heavy use of the drug can be harmful to the mental health of users. A cannabis product is considered to have high potency if it contains at least a 10% concentration of THC.

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One thought on “Direct link between daily use of high THC level cannabis to psychotic disorder

  1. Scott Cain says:

    This is why there is so many related mental health issues because of stupidly high thc and very low cbd, if you go back to the 80’s and 90’s the strains of plants contained a good balance of both which is how it should be, practically the same % of thc to cbd, love you’re product, the white widow reminded me of good old Bush weed from back in the day, may you continue with the growth that you deserve, love and blessings 🙏❤️

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