How Much Is 100Mg Of THC?
The cost of THC has fluctuated over the years in different countries as well as continents and continues to do so presently. Before going on to discuss the price situation of THC, it is right to briefly talk about the substance, its effects, and uses.
Overview of THC
THC or tetrahydrocannabinol was first discovered by Dr. Rapheal Mechoulam a scientist in Israel in 1964. It is the chemical that is primarily responsible for the majority of the severe psychological effects caused by ingesting marijuana. THC is like the cannabinoid chemicals (that are naturally made by the body). It is one of the most important compounds that is found in the resin (secreted by the glands of a marijuana plant). These glands can be found close to the reproductive organs of the plant. Other
The Cannabinoid receptors can be found in some parts of the brain (the parts related to memory, thinking, pleasure, time perception, and coordination). It is also attached and related to the receptors that affect and controls an individual's memory, concentration, movement, and senses.
What is the Cost of 100 mg of THC?
The cost of THC 100 mg varies, but on the average, in the United States, it can be gotten for about $24 - $50. While in Europe it goes for about 20 Euros. THC can be obtained with a medical marijuana card.
Effects and Uses of THC
THC stimulates cells in the brain that releases dopamine that create euphoria. This makes it interfere with the way information is processed and passed in the hippocampus (segment of the brain responsible for creating new memories). Ingesting THC can induce hallucinations, alter thinking and cause delusions. THC can also cause anxiety, tachycardia, short-term memory loss, relaxation, sedation, and much more.
THC can trigger or lead to a relapse in schizophrenic symptoms in patients that are undergoing treatment. It can also impair driving skills when ingested minutes before a driver gets on the wheel. This impairment can last for up to 3 hours before wearing out. It is second only to alcohol when it comes to driving impairment. Thus people that have taken THC are advised and instructed not to drive until they are sure they can handle the after effect and drive safely.
Furthermore, THC is known decrease IQ, memory, and cognition, particularly in young people. However, there are no reports on its long-term effects, because there isn't enough research on this yet. But it is believed that THC could lead to or impair fertility in both men and women. It can also lead to flu or sinus blockage in rare cases.
In spite of these shortcomings, THC is a legal drug and is known to have numerous health and psychological benefit that beats the price that it is sold for.