Ghanaian doctors say smoking Indian hemp prevents diabetes

Ghanaian doctors say smoking Indian hemp prevents diabetes

If you are a lover of cannabis then you may be pleased to note that resident family doctors at the Komfo Anokye Teaching hospital have argued that cannabis (Indian hemp) saves you from diabetes.

Ghanaian doctors say smoking Indian hemp prevents diabetes

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Dr. Kennedy Korankye and Dr. Nana Kofi Edu Affare argue that persons who consume cannabis are not prone to diabetics as compared to those who smoke tobacco citing the carcinogens contained in them as the greatest proof.

 

“People, who take cannabis, will gradually graduate into taking other narcotic agents. Consequently most of them end up in the psychiatric hospitals. Some of them smoke it because it rewards the brain that causes happiness and a particular euphoria, ” they explained.

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The use of Indian Hemp remains illegal in Ghana with culprits likely to face between 5 to 10 years.

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