Cannabis is showing up in the news these days helping all sorts of different medical conditions. It would seem there's almost nothing cannabis can't do. Cancer, epilepsy, fibromyalgia, chronic pain, you name it and there seems to be a cannabis regimen that can help it.
When it comes to anxiety, this is another medical condition that cannabis can help with. At times, it can also trigger anxiety. Understanding anxiety and what triggers it as well as understanding cannabis is essential if you're considering treating your anxiety with cannabis.
More than 3 million cases of anxiety per year are reported in the U.S., and that number is continually growing. PTSD, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), panic attacks, and social anxiety are all forms of anxiety disorders affecting people globally.
Cannabis treats everybody a little bit differently so what works for one person may not work the same for you. With that in mind, if you suffer from anxiety, you will most likely want to try Indica strains of cannabis. Sativa strains are known to produce energetic feelings and encourage the thought process. This is the last thing you want during an anxiety attack.
The best way to control anxiety is to avoid having a panic attack. This is easier said than done. Many people find that micro-dosing with cannabis throughout the day also effectively helps to control their anxiety levels. Micro-dosing can be done using tinctures, edibles, or by vaping.
Thanks to the legality of cannabis growing across the country and around the world, there are countless anecdotal stories coming to light from those who have successfully treated their anxiety with cannabis. A simple Google search could totally change your perception about using anything other than cannabis to treat your anxiety moving forward!Posted: Thursday, August 30th, 10:09pm 3 months ago
James has a passion for wordsmithing content specific to the cannabis community, culture, and industry. This father of seven spends all his time writing about the plant he loves. James believes that cannabis should be an essential part of everyone's life but, this doesn't mean that everyone has to get stoned to do this. Only through education and sharing the stories of the community can we help to tear down the negative walls of stigmas and stereotypes that cannabis has received or the last 80 years. James likes to say, "A single seed can tip the scales, be the seed."