Smoking high-quality cannabis may harm nerve filaments in cerebrum



Brain scans of individuals who routinely smoked strong skunk-like cannabis revealed inconspicuous contrasts in the white matter that unites the left and right sides of the hemispheres and conveys signals from one side of the mind to the next.

Researchers guarantee that high-quality cannabis may harm nerve strands that handle the stream of messages over the two parts of the brain. They said that progressions were not found in the individuals who never utilized cannabis or smoked just the less strong types of drug.