The world people live in today is transient. People all over the earth are looking for a reason to live and breathe. With the increase in population in the last decade, the levels of resource exploitation, pollution and stress has also increased. People do not have time to stand for a bit and experience the incredible creations of Almighty. Stress and anxiety have eaten up all the joys of life.
In a world with such moral and psychological obligations, the right kind of poison can go a long way. Men and women are relying more on substances and chemicals to stabilize the metabolism and keep them relaxed. Two of the most important drugs today are cannabis and caffeine.
What is Caffeine?
This is the second most popular psychoactive substance in the world today that is found in coffee seeds. It ranks second only to sugar. Researchers have estimated that the global consumption of caffeine is close to 120,000 tons per year. This means every person on the planet drinks a cup of caffeinated beverage every day of the year.
This compound is a stimulant which helps to fight lethargy, decrease appetite,reduce sleepiness and help with concentration. It has very few cases of overdose and happens only if the person consumes 3,200 milligrams to 10,000 mg caffeine in one go.
Withdrawal syndromes for this substance are mild and it ranges from nausea to insomnia.
The Cannabis Culture
The unfortunate aspect about cannabis is that it’s still illegal considering all its uses and plus points. Cannabis contains a psychoactive compound called THC is gives the ‘buzz’. It also contains the cannabinoid called CBD, which helps in treating many diseases like glaucoma, sickle cell anemia, schizophrenia, ADHD, cancer, diabetes, chronic and spinal pain and more.
Doctors have used marijuana strains to treat patients suffering from sleeplessness, nausea, vomiting and loss of appetite for thousands of years now. The usage has proved to be very effective.
Since it is virtually impossible to overdose on cannabis, there is no risk of side effects or death.
Whether its cannabis or caffeine, a poison in the right hands become a medicine and a medicine in the wrong hands become a poison.