There are thousands of ways and methods to consume Cannabis. In recent years, there has been a growing demand for weed tea, THC syrup, and other unconventional weed products. These weed products have become increasingly popular due to their ease of use and discreteness. Syrups are easy to make at home with the right ingredients. There are many different weed syrup recipes available online that you can use to make your own batch of THC (or CBD) syrup. However, why is it so important to use these syrups? Do they provide any benefits?
Here are 5 reasons why people should use THC syrup:
1. It’s a Convenient Way to Consume Weed
One of the biggest reasons people should use THC syrup is that it’s a convenient way to consume weed. THC syrups are quickly absorbed after consumption and provide instant effects. This makes it an excellent option for people who want a quicker way to consume Cannabis. If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to consume weed, syrup is the right choice. In addition, THC syrup is a discreet way to consume weed. It’s easy to swallow, and you don’t need to smoke or vaporize Cannabis to experience its effects. You can easily mix it with your food and beverages.
2. THC Syrup Is an Excellent Tasting Ingredient for Edibles
If you are looking for an excellent-tasting ingredient for your edibles, THC syrup is a perfect choice. THC syrup is a sweet syrup that has a caramel-like flavor. It’s generally made from sugar and oil or fat. Syrups from sugar, oil, or fat are best for making baked goods and sweet desserts. If you want a sweeter syrup, you should use a mixture of sugar and baking soda. You can add some vanilla and almond extract to create a unique flavor. Syrups made from sugar and water are great for making sweet drinks. If you want a sweeter syrup, use a mixture of sugar and baking soda. You can add some vanilla and almond extract to create a unique flavor.
3. It’s an easy and discreet way to consume Cannabis.
If you’re looking for a discreet way to consume Cannabis, taking THC Syrup is the way to go. This is a cannabis-infused syrup that has been made using high-quality ingredients. Syrup comes in many flavors, such as chocolate, mint, orange, and strawberry. There are also different THC levels depending on the flavor. They come in concentrations of 0%, 3%, and 7%. Each has its benefits, so it’s important to do your research before choosing one. Some people prefer taking it sublingually (under the tongue). Others prefer to take it orally (in the mouth). You can also use THC syrup for making vegan desserts, sauces, marinades, and salad dressings. You can also use them for making your own cannabis beverages and cocktails. They are easy to make and provide an instant effect. You can also use syrup for making vegan desserts, sauces, marinades, and salad dressings.
4. THC Syrup Comes in Many Flavors
If you are looking for an easy way to consume weed, syrup is the right choice. You don’t have to smoke or vaporize weed to experience its benefits. Another reason why people should use THC syrup is that it comes in many flavors. There are flavors like berry, purple stuff, and watermelon. You may easily combine them with your food and beverages, or you can utilize THC syrup to create vegan sauces, marinades, salad dressings, and desserts. THC syrup can also be used to create your own cannabis-infused drinks and cocktails.
5. THC syrup is an versatile cannabis product
THC syrup is a cannabis concentrate used to make various edibles. It is often used to replace CBD syrup when making edibles. The syrup comes in many forms, including tinctures, edibles, and baked goods. Taking THC orally can take longer than CBD and may be more difficult to dose accurately. For this reason, many people choose to ingest THC as an edible before bedtime or during the day.
How to find the best THC Syrup?
The taste and smell of THC syrup are one of the most important aspects to consider before buying one. First, you should try to find out where the syrup is made. Most syrups made in the U.S.A. will have a distinct taste different from imported products. If you want to make cannabis-infused syrups, you will need baking soda, regular granulated sugar, water, and an oil or fat infused with Cannabis. This will make a cannabis-infused simple syrup. Syrups made with pure sugar are great for desserts. If you want a sweeter syrup, use a mixture of sugar and baking soda. You can add some vanilla and almond extract to create a unique flavor. You can also add cannabis-infused fat to regular syrup to create cannabis syrups. However, you will have to heat the syrup for about 15 minutes to evaporate the water. This will leave a thicker syrup that will be easier to mix with drinks.
Things to remember when buying the syrup:
A few things to consider when purchasing THC Syrup: First, it’s crucial to ensure that your product is pure cannabidiol (CBD) oil. This is because CBD is one of the main compounds found in Cannabis. To ensure that your CBD oil is pure, it should have less than 0.3% THC content. Second, looking for a syrup that comes with lab results is essential. This will help you know how much THC is present in the product. Third, looking for THC Syrup with detailed instructions on how to use it is essential. Fourth, it’s crucial to ensure the Syrup you choose contains only organic ingredients.
THC Syrup is a versatile and beneficial way to consume weed. It can be used for cooking, baking, drinks, desserts, and more. All you need to do is mix several tablespoons of the syrup with a drink or food. This is one of the best ways to consume Cannabis. You can also use it to make your cannabis-infused foods and drinks. Do you still wonder what THC Syrup is? Well, it’s a drink made with various ingredients, including the extract of marijuana. And you can use it in a variety of ways. You can even make your own using a few simple ingredients. On top of that, it has a sweet taste that goes well with most foods and beverages.
Hypertension Treatment To Cut Down Death,WHO Assures
The World Health Organisation(WHO) yeasterday released its first report on the global impact of high blood pressure, assuring that with treatment improvement life expectancy may rise in 2050.
The dangerous effects of high blood pressure are highlighted in a new report by the World Health Organisation that identifies the condition as one of the world’s leading risk factors for death and disability.
WHO’s first report on the global impact of high blood pressure, also known as hypertension, offers recommendations on ways to combat the “silent killer.”
Hypertension, categorized as a blood pressure reading of 140/90 mmHg or higher, affects 1 in 3 adults worldwide, according to the report. It commonly leads to a number of other health problems including stroke, heart attack, heart failure and kidney damage.
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“Hypertension can be controlled effectively with simple, low-cost medication regimens, and yet only about one in five people with hypertension have controlled it,” Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the WHO director-general, said in a news release.
High-performing countries like Canada and South Korea have delivered comprehensive national hypertension treatment programs, according to WHO, and both nations have surpassed the 50 per cent mark for blood pressure control in adults with hypertension.
“An increase in the number of people effectively treated for hypertension to levels observed in high-performing countries could prevent 76 million deaths between 2023 and 2050”, the WHO said.
Neuropsychiatric Hospital Staff Dissociate Selves From Protest
Members of staff of the Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital, Enugu have dissociated themselves from a recent protest staged at the hospital.
The protest was organised by a coalition of civil society organisations.
However, addressing journalists yesterday, the workers’ unions in the hospital said no member of staff took part in the said protest, but fingered touts who were hired to protest.
They include the Joint Health Sector Union, JOHESU, National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives, NANNM, Association of Resident Doctors, ARD, and Medical and Dental Consultants Association of Nigeria, MDCAN, of the Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital, Enugu.
Dr. Jane Nnabuchi of MDCAN, Dr Mbachu Ferguson of ARD, and Comrade Obinna Eze of JOHESU addressed the media on the issues.
The workers said touts were rather recruited by some persons to destabilise the hospital.
In a joint press statement issued by the workers, they debunked what they called “the stage-managed protest by a group of hired thugs that called themselves Civil Society Organisation (CSO) members, alleging that there is no peace in the hospital and that the workers are unhappy alongside other allegations levelled against the Medical Director, Prof. Monday Igwe.
“We hereby state categorically that the piece of information are not only false, but were made to mislead the general public and to cause confusion.”
The workers declared that: “there is no crisis in our hospital, Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital, Enugu.
“That our hospital is peaceful and workers are happy with the administration of the Medical Director, Prof. Monday Igwe.
“That the stage-managed protest on 30th August, 2023 was done by thugs hired to discredit and destabilise the Medical Director and our hospital’s activity.
“We want to challenge anybody on that protest video circulating around to provide any proof of identity as staff of Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital, Enugu or student of the School of Post Basic Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing of our Hospital”.
“Ordinarily, we would have ignored the publication and the perpetrators of this dastardly and worthless act, but we are issuing a rejoinder to stop them from misleading the general public and most importantly, to put the information in the proper perspective.”
While making reference to a recent incident in the hospital, they called for an end to further harassment of the Medical Director.
“The situation created a scene and disrupted the activities of the hospital Community and would have escalated to an uglier scenario if not for the intervention of Enugu State Police Command.
“The members of Staff have been enjoying peace, infrastructural and human capacity development since the inception of Prof Monday Igwe’s leadership in 2019.
“We, the members of Joint Health Sector Union (JOHESU), National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNM), Association of Resident Doctors (ARD), and Medical and Dental Consultants Association of Nigeria (MDCAN) of the Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital, Enugu therefore, distance ourselves from and condemn that stage-managed protest of 30th August 2023 as well as the attempted abduction “arrest” of our Medical Director on Thursday, 14th September, 2023,” the workers further stated.
How Soft Drinks Affect Male Fertility -Research
DIET indeed has a significant influence on our health, a fact that cannot be denied. What we eat and drink greatly affect not only our physical health but also the ability to conceive. Consumption of soft drinks has a marked effect on fertility in both males and females.
Researchers, following a study in animals, even extrapolated that prolonged consumption of soft drinks is bad for male fertility. Its prolonged consumption has a stimulating effect on weight, with corresponding adverse effects on sperm production.
A global decline in total sperm counts, especially among men in western countries, continues to spark doomsday predictions. From chemicals in packaging to tight trousers, the decline in total sperm counts and quality has been attributed to multiple factors. High sugar intake as part of unhealthy modern lifestyles is also on the risk list.
It is well noticed in society today that people consume drinks without giving due consideration to the quantity taken, contents, the amount required by the body and the possible implications associated with excessive consumption.
The study, titled: ‘Adverse Effects of Excessive Soft Drinks Consumption on Male Fertility in Wistar Rat Models’ was in the March edition of the International Journal of Health and Medical Research.
Thirty-five male wistar rats were divided into five groups with the control groups administered with distilled water only and four other test groups administered with single dose (1.2ml) Coca-Cola, double dose (2.4ml) Coca-Cola (Cocacolax2), 0.6ml bullet drinks and 1.2ml sugar solution. Aside from the administered samples, food and water were regularly kept at their disposals.
Bullet drink is a caffeinated energy drink. The absence of regulatory supervision has resulted in over indulgence in the marketing of energy drinks. The effect of caffeine from natural coffee, tea, cocoa and foods that contain these ingredients has not been fully elucidated.
The rationale behind the use of albino wistar rats for human studies is that they are physiologically similar to humans and are small, sociable and easy to handle.
The weights of albino wistar rats before and after administration were measured to ascertain the effects of the test samples on the mean weight difference as well as their mean relative weight difference.
In addition, sperm parameters like the sperm count, motility, viability and morphology were taken to ascertain the effects of the test samples on fertility in the study which lasted 40 days.
After 40 days of administration of the test substances, there was an increase in the average body weights in all soft drink administered test groups, compared to how it was in the control group.
In relative terms, there were elevations in all relative body weights by 40.0 percent, 40.0 percent, 63.33 percent and 23.33 percent in single dose Coca Cola group, double dose group, bullet drink group and sugar solution group
respectively, compared to the control.
In the study, soft drinks administration insignificantly decreased the motility, count and viability with corresponding increase in percentage of sperm with abnormal morphology.
According to the researchers, the increase in mean weight difference and their corresponding relative weight differences noted among the test groups suggest the premise that all test substances generally and the bullet drink specifically, contain ingredients that cause voracious feeding resulting in increased obesity and marked weight gain.
They stated that the deleterious effects of the soft drinks on the sperm characteristics could be attributed to decreased and unfavourable sperm production activities in the testis.
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