Cannabis consumers often gravitate toward junk food because weed “hijacks the parts of your brain that make you seek pleasure,” according to one dietician.
Marijuana is a superb vehicle for attaining personal balance and increasing our overall sense of well-being.
THCV and THC share psychoactive elements and molecular structure, but their differences have caused intrigue in the scientific community when it comes to appetite.
Perhaps we love to eat while high because we can smell and taste things better, transforming common and every day foods into truly special experiences.
Aside from the euphoria, probably the most common effect of cannabis is — to avoid using a medical term — munchies.
The munchies are real — at least sometimes and for some people — and science has only begun to understand why.
Sleep deprivation caused participants in a recent study to crave fatty, high-calorie foods, in a similar fashion to smoking marijuana.
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