The positive effects of cannabis have been widely documented, especially when it comes to coping with various mental health disorders. When you think of using cannabis to help with a mental health disorder, anxiety is probably the first condition to come to mind. However, did you know that cannabis can help with several other mental conditions as well?
Here are some ways in which weed can positively impact a variety of mental health conditions, as well as some recommendations for products and resources you can get through our marijuana delivery service.
Studies have shown that with the proper dosage, marijuana can actually sharpen cognitive abilities that may have been dampened as a symptom of depression. The properties of marijuana can release endorphins (a fancy way of saying you’ll make yourself feel better!), and give you a more positive outlook throughout your day. If you’re a first-time cannabis user and you’re unsure about how much to use, we have a handy reference guide to cannabis dosage that should start you off on the right foot!
A common misconception about marijuana usage is that people who suffer from schizophrenia cannot enjoy the benefits, and are actually at risk of prolonging their condition. We here at Lucky Farms disagree with this; a study by the National Institute of Health found that cannabis is effective when used to treat schizophrenia or dementia. Marijuana can be used as a connector to the rest of the central nervous system and improve communication throughout the entire body.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder comes as a result of witnessing a traumatic event, typically associated with survivors of domestic violence or military combat veterans. PTSD comes to be when the brain is not producing enough serotonin, which may be remedied with the help of cannabis. Serotonin is the chemical in the brain that produces feelings of happiness and generally stabilizes our mood; using weed has been shown to increase serotonin levels and help alleviate feelings of emotional instability.
For those who suffer from Bipolar Disorder, every day can be a wildcard. Periods of mania followed by depressive episodes can make your life unmanageable; thankfully, there are ways that cannabis can help with this as well! If you find yourself in a manic state, meaning that you have an uncontrollable burst of energy, there are strains of Indica that can help you relax and get back to a comfortable energy level. For those moments of depression, Sativa can make you feel energetic and balance you out. For more information on the different types of strains, check out our resource on Indica, Sativa, and Hybrid strains and see how our weed delivery service can help you find the strain that’s right for you!
The inability to get a good night’s rest as a result of insomnia can wreak havoc on the rest of your day, affecting your mood and your ability to concentrate. CBD tinctures can positively affect your sleep pattern, allowing you to relax and calm your mind just before bed! Taking the proper tincture dosage at bedtime can calm your body, sending a signal to your brain that it’s time to get some rest. Once asleep, the cannabinoids found in CBD can improve your sleep cycle, helping you stay asleep longer in the process!
Whatever mental health condition you may be dealing with, Lucky Farms is here to help. Whether you are feeling too anxious to interact with others at a dispensary, or if you’re experiencing a mental health episode at home during the day, our cannabis delivery service will conveniently and discretely deliver the products that will meet your needs. You can rest assured knowing that you’re receiving the highest-quality weed that will leave a lasting impact on your mental health. Our one-of-a-kind approach to growing our products results in a superior quality of marijuana found only at Lucky Farms.
To experience everything that Lucky Farms has to offer, visit our online store or call our customer support at (714) 888-5150 for a consultation. With our convenient cannabis delivery service, stellar marijuana products are just one phone call away.