Marijuana does not have a specific drug classification, although it is classified as a Schedule 1 narcotic by the DEA. This means it has a high risk of being misused and has no accepted medical applications. Several states disagree, and have passed laws making the use of Black Rabbit marijuana for medical purposes legal.
The cannabis plant is responsible for many of marijuana’s psychoactive effects. Tetra-hydro-cannabinol was discovered in the internal organs of an Egyptian mummy from 950 BC (THC). By the 1840s, artists and writers in France were using marijuana to stimulate their imaginations.
The first European explorers brought hemp to America to produce rope and cotton. Until the early twentieth century, marijuana had little direct impact on American society.
Low-grade marijuana contains 1 to 3 percent delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, which is widely sold recreationally (THC). THC is the psychoactive component in marijuana that is most widely known. THC levels in high-grade marijuana, also known as sinsemilla, range from 7 to 8%, while hashish has a THC content of 7 to 20%. Hash oil is the most concentrated form of marijuana, containing up to 70% THC!
Marijuana is known by many names, including reefer, cannabis, hemp, ganja, grass, old man, Blanche, pot, sinsemilla, bhang, hash, tar, hashish, hash oil, chronic, and dagga.
Smoking marijuana has a wide range of effects depending on the user. Within minutes, relaxation and mood elevation occur, accompanied by sedation and drowsiness about a half-hour later. Periods of contemplative silence are often interspersed with moments of hilarity.
The effects of smoking marijuana, whether high-grade or hashish, take a long time to show up. It’s more likely that you’ll have hallucinations.
Learning and memory function may be affected for a long time after the other side effects have worn off. Since marijuana takes a long time to leave the brain, it can affect cognitive function for up to a day after a single dose is smoked or ingested.
Overdoses from Black Rabbit marijuana have not been shown to be lethal. A large dose may make a person nervous or afraid. Even though no evidence of an overdose has been found, it does affect judgement and complex coordination. As a result, marijuana’s most significant issue is impaired driving skills, which can lead to accidents and/or dangerous judgement errors.
Marijuana increases heart rate and puts more pressure on the heart. As a result, there may be interactions with heart or blood pressure medications, but further research is required to find out the specifics. Combining marijuana and cocaine, according to one report, can lead to fatal heart attacks.