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Smoke Weed Lose Weight

Smoke Weed Lose Weight

Smoke weed loose weight by following the study done by the University of Nebraska.  When smoking weed, people are quite curious about the medicinal or recreational thing that could benefit them from smoking it but have you ever wondered if in such a way you would either lose or gain weight from smoking weed?

A recent study by the University of Nebraska, Harvard’s school of Public Health and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center indicates that weed smokers, on average, have smaller waists and higher levels of “good cholesterol” than non weed smokers even though they get a “munchies” high. There is still no research that tells what is it about weed that is useful in regulating blood sugar or how it can help accelerates metabolism.

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About Munchies And Losing Weight By Smoking Weed

I found this article on the internet that shared a step by step guide on how you could manage your diet while having that indulgent appetite that you get while you’re on munchies. The theory of the ability to smoke weed lose weight is very intriguing.

Follow these steps and then add weed.

1. You can never be too prepared.

Based on pg.217 of the guide ” How to be a Pothead Without Gaining Weight”, ” The key to not eating like a dog with opposable thumbs is to prepare your snacks in advance of getting high. If you buy a crate of blueberries, you will eat that crate, but at least you wont be eating a crate of donuts.

Dipping Milano cookies in peanut butter. Or toasting taco shells, breaking them up, and making nachos out of them.

Eating ramen noodles raw, or making s’mores and substituting Cool Whip for marshmallows. Or eating a whole bag of marshmallows in one mouthful. That’s dangerous and best reserved for kids on YouTube. Only idiots would pot their marijuana fueled exploits online.”

Smoke Weed Lose Weight Fast

It is best to buy and stock healthy food in your fridge so when you hit the munchies, all that you’re going to eat would be what is available in your stock.

2.Utilize the extra daylight and warmer weather of summer and be active.

It is also said that getting munchies is very dependent to where and when you smoke it. Summer is a season when you can enjoy being active and getting high. Do activities like going to museums, movies or being on nature. Days smoking is better in that aspect.
This way, you could lose a few more pounds. I also noticed that when I am in a high, I feel more focused in doing my workout and it feels good when you sweat.

3. Get a vaporizer.

When you need to smoke outside, it is best to use a vaporizer so people wouldn’t notice you are lighting a weed.

4. Or just have a baby.

If you can’t get a vaporizer, you my want to have a baby bong so you could have a way to smoke outside.

5. Smoke, then fall immediately asleep.

Sometimes, it a pair of soft pillows would be all you need!

6.Utilize your social anxiety.

This is applicable for people who may be petrified that they might commit an embarrassing social blunder while smoking in a large group. This is because terror and anxiety tend to eradicate hunger by twisting your stomach into knots.

7.Forget all the other advise and eat what you want.

This is the best!

Rogers Advice For Smoking Weed To Loose Weight

Is is advisable to stay away from meat and seafood. “You really start to think about what you’re eating and how a lot of crustaceans are just bugs of the sea. Also the slipperiness of clams and oysters is a total freakout.

Smoke Weed Loose Weight

You can never be sure that you won’t get sick, pot’s paranoia will make you think you’re going to get sick. In this way, eating vegetarian is always the way to go when you are high because at the worst what you’ll get is something that is bland. Its unlikely that vegetarian dish will spoil your stomach or give you a piece of gristle to chew on and then send your mind to bemoaning the factory farming industry.”

Yay! So go ahead, light that thing, smoke and enjoy that munchies hit!!!

http://jezebel.com/smoke-weed-and-be-skinny-the-stoner-diet-plan-506922139

10 Things Only Pot Smokers Know

Things Pot Smokers Know

Things pot smokers know are looked at as weird by those of you who have never toked.  Here is a list of the 10 things that only pot smokers could understand. I bet almost all of us have experienced and can relate to these:

The Time warp zone.

10 things only pot smokers know
time

This the feeling you get when you’re in a high and it seems like time is moving so slow.  Like you are doing one thing, then all of a sudden you say to yourself “Oh my gosh. It feels like I’m doing this for hours!”

 That “munchies” hit.
munchies
munchies

You come to this point wherein you want something to eat. It’s not that you’re hungry, but you have this huge appetite to indulge on a bag of chips and a whole bar of chocolate at the same time.  Not just that, it makes you wonder how come, the food you are eating right now just tastes soooo good. It feels like heaven!

Get rid of the smell in your room, BY ALL MEANS.

get rid of smell

Things Pot Smokers Know And You Wont Get

Once you light up a joint, you always have to worry that you need to get rid of the smell right before your housemates get a hold of it. I can even remember having a debate with a friend if it is better to get a candle or an incense before having our pot session at home. Sometimes, you may also end up spraying your own perfume just to get rid of it.

The Need To Watch A Movie

movie marathon

movie marathon

One of the best thing to do late at night after smoking MJ is watching a movie. You tend to be so focused on everything that is happening on that screen like you don’t care about anything else in the world. Just make sure that you are not too stoned that you just end up staring at the t.v without understanding anything or worse, end up sleeping.

The LSS “last song syndrome” mode.

lss mode

 

This is when listening to music feels so better that the lyrics of the song kept on lingering in your ears. Well, any sound or word you hear will eventually remain in your system that you can even hear it echoing.

Things Baby Pot Smokers Know
Red Eye Syndrome, Fn Baked

i'm tired

i’m tired

I know I’m in a good high when my eyes get sleepy and I find it so comfortable wearing sunglasses. Some will have red eyes too, so they need to have their eye drops ready.

Dang it, i forgot again.

things pot smokers know

This is being torn with what you need to do and what you want to do. LOL. Just kidding. But admit it, when you’re stoned, you sometimes tend to forget things that you are supposed to do. My boss once forgot that he is supposed to pick me up somewhere, when he just called me like 5 mins earlier. Then he said…

I’m sorry, I’m so high!”, I just blurted out “OK!” which means I fully understand! I do the same thing at about anything that I’m holding, the next minute, I was looking for it and I can’t remember where I put it!

It makes you wonder why something is so funny.

makes you look dumb

laugh

When you’re in a high, there is no bad or corny joke ever! You tend to laugh at any simple funny story. Sometimes, you even laugh your ass out about any funny thing that simply pops out of your mind.

The never ending search for the lighter!

 

waisting money

lighter please

Now, all smokers experience this. You will wonder which is better, having a joint to light without a lighter, or you seeing a bunch of lighters everywhere but you don’t have anything to smoke? Which will piss you off in the end asking,” Where the hell are these lighters gone?”

Cough, cough, cough!

cough your lungs out

Please Just Cough Things Post Smokers Know

I believe almost all of us have experienced that sometimes never ending and uncontrollable coughing after spiffing a toke. You may end up feeling like your throat is super dry, this is also called having cottonmouth. The best way is to chug up a big glass of ice cold water. Whew, that feeling is so refreshing after!

Top 10 Diseases Where Medical Marijuana Has Impact

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TOP 10 DISEASES WHERE SMOKING WEED HAS IMPACT

Medical Marijuana used in recreational settings shows weed smokers benefit from it. So here are the top 10 diseases where use of marijuana can be benefited.

  1. AIDS/HIV

Also known as Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome / Human Immunodeficiency Virus.

Scientists believe that the HIV started with a certain type of chimpanzee  in Central Africa which carries Simian Immunodeficiency Virus (the chimpanzee version of aids) .

Human hunted the chimpanzees for meat and came into contact with their infected blood that transformed into HIV.

Research shows that people with AIDS/HIV who smoked marijuana have better sleep, gained appetite, have better moods and showed less neuropathic pain.

  1. Alzheimer’s

This is a disease caused by brain cell death. This disease is also known as the most common type of DEMENTIA or the loss of mental ability due to the increasing death of cells in the brain.

Although, studies show that it is common on people 65 of age and older, approximately 200,000 individuals are under the age of 65. Someone develops this disease in every 67 seconds in the US.

Smoking marijuana and some of the plant’s chemicals have been used to help patients with Alzheimer gain weight and it also lessens some troubled or nervous behaviours of the patients.

Researchers found it slowed the development of protein deposits in the brain which scientists think may be a part of what causes Alzheimer’s although no one really knows what causes the disease.

  1. Arthritis

Arthritis  is informally known as joint pain or joint disease.

There was a study made on 58 patients who uses the by-product of marijuana found that they had less pain and that they can sleep better. Another review of studies said that marijuana may help fight pain-causing inflammation.

  1. Asthma

Is a “chronic inflammatory disease of the airway” that causes shortness of breath, tightness in the chest, coughing and wheezing.

Studies are contradicting, but some early finding suggests that it reduced exercise-induced asthma.  Other cell studies showed that smoking weed could dilate human airways, but some patients experienced tight feeling on their chest and throat.

  1. Cancer

Is a name given to a collection of related diseases which can start anywhere in the body which is made up of trillions of cells.

As a normal process, human cells prow and divide to form new cells as the body needs them and when cells grow old or become damaged, they die and new cells take place.

When cancer develops, this orderly process breaks down. As cells become old or damaged, they survive when they should die and new cells form when they are not needed. These extra cells can divide without stopping and may form growths called TUMORS.

Animal studies show that some marijuana extracts may kill cancer cells and some other cell studies show that it may stop cancer growth. With mice, THC improved the impact of radiation on cancer cells.

Smoking marijuana can also prevent nausea on chemotherapy patients.

  1. Chronic Pain

Is a pain that lasts longer than 6 months. Signals of pain remain active in the nervous system and can also last for years. Chronic pain has impact on both physical and emotional state of a person.

The physical pain felt by the body, in the long run can cause depression, anger, anxiety and fatigue which interact in complex ways with chronic pain making it worse and can decrease the body’s production of natural pain killers; to add up, such negative feelings may increase the level of substances that extend sensations of pain, resulting to a dangerous cycle of pain for the person.

People widely used cannabinoids for pain relief in the 1800s due to some animal and human studies which show that cannabinoids have a substantial analgesic effect.

Other medicine based on cannabis such as “SATIVEX” are being tested on patients with multiple sclerosis and used to treat cancer pain. This drug has been approved in Canada and in some European countries. Scientists also show a 30% in reduction in pain involving 56 human patients who smoked weed.

  1. Crohn’s disease

An inflammation that develops anywhere in the gastrointestinal tract (GI), from mouth to anus.

In a small initial study of 13 patients observed over three months, they found that inhaled cannabis did improve life of people with ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease.  It helped ease pain, limited the repetition of diarrhea and helped with appetite.

  1. Epilepsy

This is a common brain disorder characterized by recurrent seizures.  Varied as 2 or more seizures diagnosed based on the description of episodes; person’s medical and family history and results of diagnostic tests.

Trials conducted at NYU Langone Medical Center showed a 50% of reduction in the frequency of certain seizures in 213 patients (children and adult) who took medical marijuana extracts.

  1. Glaucoma

Is a group of eye diseases which result in damage to the optic nerve and vision loss.

This is one of the main causes of blindness.

Researches proved that THC’s effect on this disease and found that it can lower eye pressure. It may also lower blood pressure, which could harm the optic nerve due to reduced blood supply. THC can also help preserve the nerves.

  1. Multiple Sclerosis

This is a disabling disease of the brain and spinal cord. This happens when the immune system attacks the protective sheath that covers nerve fibers and causes communication problems between the brain and the rest of the body. In the long run it can cause nerves themselves to decay or become constantly damaged.

There is no known cure for MS. Using marijuana or some of the chemicals in the plant may help avoid muscle spasms, pain tremors and stiffness. Side effect on a study involving 20 patients is that it may harm memory.

 

http://www.cnn.com/2015/04/15/health/marijuana-medical-advances/

https://www.aids.gov/hiv-aids-basics/hiv-aids-101/what-is-hiv-aids/

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/159442.php

http://www.arthritis.org/about-arthritis/understanding-arthritis/what-is-arthritis.php

http://www.asthma.ca/adults/about/whatIsAsthma.php

https://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/understanding/what-is-cancer

http://www.webmd.com/pain-management/guide/understanding-pain-management-chronic-pain

http://www.crohnsandcolitis.ca/site/c.dtJRL9NUJmL4H/b.9012447/k.9287/Crohns_Disease.htm?gclid=CKLf-IqU_M8CFcRcfgod6zUBBA

What is Epilepsy?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glaucoma

http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/multiple-sclerosis/home/ovc-20131882