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How CBD Use Help Battle Substance Addiction

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CBD for Addiction

Substance addiction is one of the significant health problems in the U.S. Having this disorder leads to a wide array of medical issues ranging from mental, emotional, to social. If not addressed promptly through therapy and medication, patients with this issue would see themselves suffering from a damaged brain structure that would impact them for the rest of their lives.

Fortunately, science has discovered various treatments for addiction. One of the most promising is cannabidiol. Also known as CBD, researchers have gathered much evidence indicating the efficacy of this cannabinoid in many health issues, including substance abuse and addiction. This article will shed light on substance use disorder, one of America’s growing medical problems and how CBD products can help in the country’s fight against this damaging condition that has wasted millions of American lives.

What Is Substance Addiction?

Those who are battling addiction know how severe their condition is. Experts describe it as a brain disease that is characterized by compulsive use of certain substances despite being aware of devastating consequences. People suffering from addiction (technically known as severe substance use disorder) have a keen focus on using a particular substance, like alcohol or drugs, to the level that the action takes over their life. They have developed an obsession to keep using the substance even when they no longer need them, or they know it will lead to problems.

People suffering from a substance use disorder often develop twisted thinking, behavior, and body functions. Their intense craving for a particular drug comes from the changes in their brain’s wiring. The rewiring takes place in the decision-making, judgment, learning, and memory areas of the brain, makes it hard for them to stop their constant use of the substances where they are addicted.

Genetics play a substantial role (between 40% to 60%) of a person’s risk to addiction. Events taking place in the environment such as chaotic home environment and abuse, parents’ drug use and perspective about drugs, how the community views drugs, and poor academic achievement also causes addiction. Teenagers are also prone to drug abuse and addition as well as people with mental health issues.

Prevalence of Substance Addiction

The 2017 National Survey on Drug Use and Health revealed that, around 19.7 million Americans aged 12 and over have fought against a certain type of substance use disorder, slightly lower than the 20.1 million individuals recorded by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) in 2016. Of this figure, around 74% of them struggled with an alcohol use disorder, while approximately 38% of them fought an illegal drug use disorder.

Also, in 2017, 1 out of 8 American adults struggled with both alcohol and drug use disorders at the same time while 8.5 million adults experienced both a mental health disorder and a substance use disorder simultaneously.

Drug abuse and addiction also cost Americans more than $740 billion every year in lost workplace productivity as well as healthcare and crime-related expenses.

Most Abused Substances in the U.S.

  • Nicotine

Americans are addicted to tobacco more than any other substances. Approximately 14% of all American adults aged 18 and above are cigarette smokers. Use of this substance cost the U.S. more than $300 billion per year, including almost $170 billion in medical care for the demographic and more than $156 billion in lost productivity because of premature death from direct smoking and exposure to secondhand smoke.

Smoking leads to lung diseases such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), including emphysema and chronic bronchitis. It also causes heart disease, cancer, stroke, and diabetes. Tobacco smoking increases a person’s tendency to acquire tuberculosis, some eye diseases, and issues in the immune system, which include rheumatoid arthritis.

  • Alcohol

Roughly around 14.5 million Americans aged 12 and older fought an alcohol use disorder in 2017, equivalent to the 5.3% of this demographic. Addiction to this substance is also prevalent in U.S. households as more than half of all American adults belong to a family with a history of alcohol drinking problem and addiction.

Drinking alcohol can cause severe harm to the brain and most body organs. Habitual consumption of this substance can result in severe damage in the brain, particularly the cerebral cortex (mainly responsible for problem-solving and decision making), the hippocampus (memory and learning), and the cerebellum (movement and body coordination). Apart from the brain, the liver is the organ most affected by this substance. In 2015, around 47% of the 78,529 liver diseases among Americans aged 12 and older were alcohol-related.

Alcohol addiction is extremely lethal. This substance is the third-leading cause of preventable death in the U.S. with an estimated 88,000 deaths every year. Nearly half (40%) of all hospital beds in the U.S. are used to treat alcohol-related conditions.

  • Marijuana

Medicine’s miracle plant is also one of the most addictive substances in the U.S. and around the world. In 2017, around 4.1 million American aged 12 and over had a marijuana addiction. This substance is popular among teens and college students typically aged 12 to 25. In 2014, nearly 6% of U.S. college students were daily marijuana smokers, more than thrice the number of daily smokers in this demographic 20 years ago.

The intoxicating effect of cannabis comes from the tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), a compound extracted from the drug. Addiction to this substance can lead to respiratory problems like tobacco smoke as well as heart and cardiovascular disease. Abuse of cannabis use can also result in mental health issues such as impaired memory, anxiety, and depression as well as enhancing the risk of getting hallucinations, schizophrenia, and other forms of psychosis. The use of marijuana during pregnancy can also affect the development of the brain of the fetus.

  • Opioids or prescription drugs

Currently, drug overdose is a severe problem in the U.S. Among the most abused drugs are opioids. Nearly two-thirds (68%) of the more than 70,200 drug overdose deaths in 2017 involved this drug type.

Opioids are a type of drugs commonly used to provide pain relief or numbness to pain. These substances include prescription medications like fentanyl, codeine, morphine, oxycodone (OxyContin), and hydrocodone (Vicodin). Heroin, an illicit drug, is also included in this drug type.

Many patients become addicted to opioids because of their capacity for boosting a person’s mood. These substances are instrumental for releasing endorphins, a neurotransmitter that evokes positive feelings while regulating reducing the body’s sensitivity to pain. A person using these drugs can generate a temporary but powerful sense of well-being. Because of this feel-good sensation, patients find themselves desiring for another dose when the effects of an opioid dosage wear off. This constant desire to achieve good feelings to return as soon as possible often leads to addiction, technically called opioid use disorder.

  • Cocaine

Cocaine is a powerful stimulant that can elevate a person’s mood, boost feelings of well-being, and heighten energy and alertness. Because of its addictive property, similar to opioids, it can lead to changes in the brain that leads to restlessness, paranoia, irritability, panic attacks, and even a full-blown psychosis.

In 2017, Around 966,000 American over age 12 struggled with a cocaine use disorder. During the same year, 637,000 people in the same demographic received treatment for a cocaine use disorder either in their last or current stay in rehabilitation.

Aside from these substances, many Americans are also dependent on depressants, heroin, hallucinogens, and inhalants.

CBD For Addiction : How It Can Help

Although marijuana is one of the addictive substances as mentioned above, it is a source of CBD, a safe and useful compound currently used in treating a wide range of diseases, including addiction to various substances. Currently available in many forms, CBD has the following properties that make it extremely powerful in treating substance use disorders.

The main power of CBD lies in its capacity to interact with the endocannabinoid system (ECS), which is mainly responsible for regulating the functions of the organs in the body. CBD and THC (the cannabis compound mentioned earlier) both influence the body’s internal balance or homeostasis. While THC can lead to intoxication (that can lead to addiction), CBD doesn’t have that property, making it safe to use even in high doses.

With cannabidiol’s power to interact with the ECS, it can regulate the release of endorphins (which opioid and cocaine addicts crave) and other chemicals produced by the body. CBD also can enhance serotonin signaling in the brain. As a mood-regulating brain chemical, serotonin relieves anxiety, which is a common symptom when a patient stops using the substance it is addicted to. Moreover, cannabidiol can also help avoid drug use relapse after some time of abstinence. Because of CBD’s amazing brain-regulating properties, some studies even found its power in helping treat marijuana addicts.

While there is no adequate treatment for damage to the brain caused by addiction, patients with substance use disorders can experience CBD’s potency in curbing addiction by helping to reduce withdrawal symptoms and reducing the tendency to relapse. Even though most of the studies are only in the preliminary and experimental phase, scientists are positive that CBD will become a full-fledged aid for treating substance soon.

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Are Magic Mushrooms a Gateway to a Better Life?

Jordan Webber

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Psilocybin/Magic Mushrooms

Every season brings new beginnings. As autumn sets in, mushrooms start to pop up from the ground in many parts of the world. Mushrooms are not just a source of nutrients, but also a source of medicine.  

Hallucinogenic mushrooms are indigenous to Europe and have been used for centuries as medicines. Some cultures even have a spiritual relationship with magic mushrooms, and they consider these fungi sacred.

Hallucinogens gained widespread use in the 1960s and 70s before they were banned. With the ban, research into psychedelics also declined.. Recently, interest in psychedelics has risen and new findings show their medicinal benefits could provide a gateway to a better life.

Based on the new findings, legal restrictions on the use of psychedelics are loosening. You can now find dried mushrooms being sold at your local gas station.

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Some people just take the mushrooms for their euphoric effect while some go for the more therapeutic benefits. Whatever the reason, magic mushrooms are the gateway to a better life, and here is why:

1.    Mushrooms Can Change Your View of The World

Magic mushrooms contain a psychedelic chemical called psilocybin. When psilocybin interacts with the brain, it rewires brain communication pathways. The result changes the way in which the brain operates.

When you take a magic mushroom, the brain chemical reaction works in a way that dissolves your ego. Scientists now say that this temporal ego loss can be beneficial to the mind and can even be life-changing for some people.

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When experiencing the high of the psychedelic effect, the individual feels more alive and connected with the surroundings. These experiences help one see life in a different way.

Magic mushrooms open up the mind and the individual can think about life, circumstances, and the universe in general, in a different way. This way, the person comes to the realization that there is something greater in life than the individual.

2.    Mushrooms Can Help You Find Purpose in Life

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Another amazing connection with magic mushrooms is their ability to inspire a new sense of meaning and purpose in life. By dissolving the ego, psilocybin relieves the brain of past perceptions and a new sense of self develops.

When you take a magic mushroom trip, the experience brings forth transpersonal insights and a sense of belonging. The feelings of isolation fade and a sense of connection develops.

In the psychedelic state, the individual realizes that there is more to life than they might have thought. For some individuals, this transformation can be life-long.

3.    Treatment For PTSD, Anxiety, and Depression

The main reason psychedelics exploded in the 60s and 70s was their ability to suppress depression. Many people were facing the economic effects of the cold war and psychedelics provided a gateway from all that stressful life.

Psilocybin mushrooms have been a source of spiritual and psychological healing for many years. The psychoactive properties of the mushrooms react with the brain in a way that can inspire hope.

Modern studies on neuroscience have confirmed that psilocybin acts on serotonin receptors in the brain. A neurotransmitter that causes wellbeing and happiness, Serotonin is commonly known as the ‘happy chemical.’

By its action with these receptors, psilocybin produces a variety of consciousness-altering effects. Happiness is one of the main outcomes that are similar to the effect of serotonin.

The psychoactive effects of psilocybin can be beneficial in treating treatment-resistant depression. The therapeutics effects also show positive effects in the treatment of anxiety, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

4.    Psilocybin-Assisted Psychotherapy

Many people struggle with addiction and they keep relapsing even after trying some of the best treatments available. What if there was one single drug that could cure addiction without adverse side effects?

The answer could be in magic mushrooms. Psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy is gaining prominence as a treatment for smoking cessation as well as other addictions.

Psychedelics have the ability to access inner realms of consciousness that other treatments cannot reach.  When used judiciously, the psychoactive properties of magic mushrooms and magic truffles can help individuals recovering from addiction manage the withdrawal symptoms, and stop the craving.

The fact that magic mushrooms can help individuals find purpose in life is also another reason they can offer better treatment for addiction.

Drugs are part of the sources of addiction. Addiction normally arises from a lack of sense of meaning in life. When an individual lacks meaning, value, and purpose, they turn to drugs to help them escape from the psychological pain of lack of meaning.

Psychedelics can help individuals find this meaning in life and escape from their addictive behaviors.

Conclusion

Recent research into magic mushrooms indicates that these plants could be the cure for many psychological conditions. Studies are still being conducted but the results are promising.

Like many other drugs, the use of magic mushrooms for recreational or therapeutic benefits requires a moderate application. However, the good thing about magic mushrooms is that they are not addictive.

Psychedelic mushrooms also have few adverse side effects. This gives them a big advantage over commercial drugs for the treatment of depression, withdrawal symptoms, or even for recreational use.

Disclaimer: This post is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Kratom – Benefits, Uses, and Dosage

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Curious about Kratom? Perhaps, you might have encountered the term while scrolling online. Or maybe, you’ve heard it somewhere and got curious on what the word refers to.

Often, for people who are familiar with the Southeast Asian culture, Kratom may originally refer to the herbal supplement used traditionally by the masses to relieve aches and pains in the past. However, to date, the identity of Kratom has become more complicated than that.

Specifically, from an herbal supplement, the plant shifted to a recreational drug often used to elevate mode, boost physical endurance, and even relieve opioid withdrawal symptoms.

Below, we have rounded up everything you need to know about this traditional herbal medicine, along with its benefits, uses, and dosage. Read on to know more.

What is Kratom?

Essentially, the term Kratom refers to a type of evergreen tree found in Thailand, Myanmar, Philippines and other South Asian countries.

What gave the tree a special status is its leaves, which are used as medicine and as recreational drug when chopped, chewed, or made into tea.

Are there Benefits Attached to Consuming Kratom?

Specifically, the leaves of Kratom contains two potent alkaloids, named the mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine. When ingested, these alkaloids can produce euphoria and provide pain relieving, anti-inflammatory, and muscle relaxant effects.

Due to this, the plant has been used traditionally by local labourers in Asia to combat fatigue and relieve pain that come with their day-to-day tasks

However, that is just the beginning.

Soon, due to the plant’s mood-boosting effects, it was later adapted to become an alternative med to treating mood disorders, such as depression and anxiety. Its sedative feature, which evokes feelings of euphoria, also made it an ideal treatment to ease withdrawal symptoms from illicit drug use.

How Much Kratom Should One Take?

Generally, consuming Kratom can lead to either a stimulant or sedative effect.

To achieve the first one, it is advised to take the substance in low doses, usually lower than 10 grams. When this happens, people who take the plant are expected to feel a boost in their energy, alertness, and giddiness. However, similar to the ‘high’ effect associated with marijuana, kratom consumption also leads to reduced motor coordination.

The effects are said to usually start within 10 minutes after ingesting the plant and can last up to one and half hour.

Meanwhile, when taken in larger dose, usually between 10 to 25 grams, users are to experience kratom’s sedative effect, which are often described with general feelings of calmness and euphoria lasting up to six hours.

Why Is It Banned in Other Countries?

Generally, while there is good anecdotal emerging evidence that kratom are effective in relieving withdrawal symptoms, there are also a few studies suggesting that using the herbal medicine can lead to the development of another addiction.

In one particular study, for instance, people who took kratom for over six months were reported to had experienced withdrawal symptoms similar to those that occur after opioid use.

Other side effects also often linked to the drug include constipation, severe weight loss, insomnia, and loss of appetite.

Because of these, kratom remains to be a controversial medicine in the science field.

What Now?

To date, with still no sufficient clinical and rigorous studies focusing on kratom, its benefits remain to be deeply anecdotal.

However, despite this, many proponents still believe that the true medicinal potential of the herbal medicine is still yet to be unveiled.

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Cannabis Mixed with Dung Found at Ancient Israeli Shrine

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Israeli archaeologists reportedly found cannabis residue in a 3,000-year-old Jewish temple located in southern Israel. The said traces of marijuana in the temple are one of the first signs and proof that the ancient Jewish religion relied on the drug as part of their religion and belief system.

According to Reuters, the traces of cannabis was found at the Tel Arad temple, located in the Negev Desert. The religious site is located within 10 kilometers of the southern Israeli town of Arad.

Although the Tel Arad’s temple was discovered around 50 years ago, the findings of the use of marijuana were surprising to the researchers. Based on the lead archaeologist Eran Arie, who led the research project on behalf of the Israel Museum and Volcani Institute of Israel, the found the said material on the limestone altar of Tel Arad to contain residue of what appears to be a mixture of cannabis and animal dung. The animal waste was supposedly used to help the marijuana plant burn.

Apart from the plant and the dung mixture, traces of frankincense were also found at another altar in the same shrine, notes Reuters.

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Prior to this discovery, Arie revealed that there has been no proof that cannabis was used and cultivated in the 8th century BC. Arie remarked that this was the “first time we see psychoactive substances in Judahite religion,” notes the Associated Press.

Numerous attempts spanning decades initially resulted inbre inconclusive findings, making this discovery a major breakthrough for archaeologists. The two limestone altars found in the Tel Arad shrine can now be seen at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.

Findings of the study were published last Friday, May 29, 2020, in the academic journal titled, “Tel Aviv: Journal of the Institute of Archaeology of Tel Aviv University.”

Based on the findings presented in the academic journal, it appears that the plant was imported via the existence of trade routes. This is indicative of the marijuana plant’s lack of pollen and seeds and it was possibly transported in the form of hashish or resin.

In a statement, another expert in the field, archaeology professor Yossi Garfinkel from the Hebrew University said the act of using opium, wine, as well as the discovery of psychoactives, point out that ancient Israelites and those who observed Judaism found it a “desirable thing to get into ecstasy and connect with God.” Garfinkel is not associated with the study, notes the Associated Press.

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