WHAT ARE THE EFFECTS OF TAKING HASHISH? HERE ARE ITS SHORT AND LONG-TERM EFFECTS AND THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HASH AND CBD HASHISH
Although it is illegal to consume hashish in Switzerland, many people worldwide use the precious resin extracted from marijuana trichomes.
Nowadays, in addition to the traditional hashish (of which there are many varieties), CBD hashish has also become commercially available, a product that contains a very low percentage of THC and a high percentage of CBD.
But what are the effects of taking one type of hash compared to the other?
Are you curious to know more?
If so, read this article, as we will discuss hashish and its effects in more detail in the following paragraphs.
Here’s what they are.
Effects of hashish on the nervous system: here’s why they are more pronounced than those of weed
Hashish is a product made from cannabis and CBD cannabis and is essentially the resin. This most valuable substance contains cannabinoids (such as THC and CBD) and terpenes in large quantities.
The fact that cannabinoids are present in very high doses in the resin means that the effects of taking hashish are much more powerful and noticeable than those obtained from consuming dried cannabis buds.
But what are these effects?
Hashish contains active ingredients that affect the psychophysical functions of the person taking it, but in different ways depending on the person and the amount of hashish consumed.
The effects are very mild for some people, while for others, the results are much more pronounced.
Let us say that the first effects that can be experienced after taking hashish are alterations in spatial-temporal perceptions and mood and the state of attention and physical reactivity.
Let’s take a closer look at the short-term and long-term effects of hashish.
Hashish and short- and long-term effects
After taking hashish (in this case, we are talking about the product extracted from marijuana with a high THC content), some effects wear off after a few hours, and others persist over time.
To produce long-term effects, of course, you need to consume hashish over a long time: once in a lifetime won’t make any difference.
Let’s see what they are.
Immediately recognisable effects after cannabis consumption typically include:
- increased heart rate;
- a feeling of relaxation (which may eventually become drowsiness);
- a sense of euphoria;
- a feeling of drowsiness;
- a state of euphoria;
- redness of the eyes;
- decreased salivation;
- increased appetite;
- lowering of blood pressure;
- temporary memory loss;
- decrease in pain;
- dizziness and motor instability, etc.
Long-term effects of hashish consumption include damage that can sometimes become very serious and difficult to resolve:
- frequent memory loss;
- mood swings;
We can therefore state that hashish generates ambivalent effects on the nervous system. In particular, concerning the phenomena of habituation and withdrawal, it is essential to pay close attention.
The human brain seems to quickly become accustomed to the intake of substances contained in hashish, to the point of irreversibly changing its functioning.
Therefore, it is essential not to abuse this product to avoid both psychological dependence and the adverse effects of it, such as paranoia, panic attacks, depressive states, and other similar disorders.
Although there are risks involved, the intake of hashish can be controlled. Moreover, in numerous instances, it helps alleviate painful conditions related to certain diseases. It is, therefore, the subject of extensive studies.
Legal hashish: why its effects are different
All the effects linked to the consumption of hashish mentioned in the previous paragraphs are related to consuming the product containing high percentages of THC. This psychotropic cannabinoid is considered illegal in Switzerland.
With CBD hashish, however, the situation is different. In this type of product, the concentration of tetrahydrocannabinol does not exceed 1%, so the effects of this substance are imperceptible (if not non-existent).
Consuming legal hashish means using an extract of CBD flowers, in which the real protagonist is CBD or cannabidiol. Therefore, the effects generated by its consumption are mainly:
- decrease in inflammation;
- reduction in pain, etc.
Unpleasant reactions that can be avoided by taking legal hashish (as opposed to hashish with a high THC content) include redness of the eyes, dryness of the mouth, and a ‘high’ effect.
After taking CBD hashish. Therefore, you will not notice distortion of your perception of reality, and the psychotropic effects will be absent.
However, this product can also induce a lowering of blood pressure. Therefore, where permitted, it is always best to seek medical advice before taking it.
Another clarification should be made: taking Cannabidiol hash on its own is one thing; mixing it, as is often the case, with tobacco can result in different reactions.
The short and long-term effects of hashish on mood and the nervous system depend mainly on the intake of THC. This psychotropic substance is contained in high proportions in the resin extracted from classically bred marijuana plants.
To some extent, the consumption of this product can bring benefits, but the adverse effects are also numerous.
CBD hashish, however, is almost free of tetrahydrocannabinol. Therefore, it generates different effects, which seem to be increasingly appreciated in the medical and pharmacological fields.
Despite this, it is not permitted in Switzerland to consume cannabis or its derivatives, including hashish.
However, if you are an admirer of the plant and its derivatives, you can buy their legal version for collecting purposes on our online store Justbob.ch.
We look forward to seeing you in our CBD weed shop.
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