Research conducted by US scientists has been published, indicating that smoking cannabis does not appear to result in a higher risk of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), even among individuals who may be clinically predisposed to developing the condition. COPD encompasses various diseases that obstruct airflow and lead to respiratory issues, such as emphysema and chronic bronchitis. The study’s findings suggest that cannabis smoking may not be significantly associated with an increased likelihood of COPD, providing valuable insights into the potential effects of cannabis on respiratory health.
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Our deep love of plants and fascination with Cannabis has enabled over 25 years of successful small-scale Marijuana cultivation from indoor hydroponics, greenhouses, and outdoor growing set-ups.
As Cannabis laws around the world change, *we support the movement toward freedom of choice for responsible, consenting adults who wish to experience the joy and wonder of growing a Cannabis plant.