Calgary Weed Delivery has been used for medical purposes for many centuries. It has been reported that cannabis may be useful to help conditions such as:
- nausea and vomiting, particularly when associated with chemotherapy
- wasting and severe weight loss, in people with HIV/AIDS, cancer, or anorexia nervosa, as it may be used as an appetite stimulant
- pain relief, for example in people with cancer and arthritis
- relief from symptoms of some neurological disorders that involve muscle spasms, including multiple sclerosis and spinal cord injury
In general, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) warns that hash is the most potent and concentrated form of cannabis. Hash contains very high levels of THC, usually much higher than marijuana, although THC levels have been climbing in marijuana in recent years.
Since marijuana contains plant material, it is typically less potent than the extracted resin of hashish that eliminates all of the “extras.” Though THC levels vary, marijuana may generally have a potency of 10-20 percent THC while THC levels in hashish can range from 20 percent to 60 percent.
This means that it will take much less hashish than marijuana to achieve psychoactive effects. One hit of hash can go a long way. For someone accustomed to a lower level of THC like that found in marijuana, it can be dangerous to assume the results will be the same.