A new study from the University of Miami’s Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine revealed a substance that lowers blood pressure and improves type 2 diabetes by a whopping 40%.
If you live in selected European countries or US states, you can use the substance legally. If you live in the rest of the world, the legal restrictions will probably prevent you from using it openly.
The Miami research team examined the medical data of almost 8,500 subjects, whose medical data were collected by National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys between 2005 and 2010.
The subjects were between 20 and 59 years of age.
If subjects had at least three of the following symptoms, they were classified to be suffering from metabolic syndrome:
– high fasting glucose levels,
– high triglycerides, low HDL cholesterol, high systolic or diastolic blood pressure,
– increased waist circumference.
19.5% of subjects who had never used marijuana qualified to be suffering from metabolic syndrome. Only 17.5% of former users and 13.8% of current users met the criteria.
This means that current users were 40% less likely to suffer from metabolic syndrome than those who have never used it.
The marijuana appeared to reduce all the risk factors, including both systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Waist circumference and fasting glucose levels also showed the biggest drop.
In the youngest group of 20-year-olds, current marijuana users were 54% less likely to suffer from metabolic syndrome and were at an even larger risk reduction than their older peers.
Does this mean you should start using marijuana twice or three times a week?
As the researchers admit, this large survey relied largely on self-reporting questionnaires, which had a prerequisite of requiring respondents to be honest about their marijuana use in a country where it was illegal to use it.
It does, however, warrant the need for studies with strict scientific controls to compare users with non-users over time with their marijuana use are carefully monitored and their medical information being properly and repeatedly measured by physicians.
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