3. Complex chemistry
Cannabis is believed to have a complex chemistry. It contains 100 distinct kinds of cannabinoids. Cannabinoids are believed to have a pleasing effect on one’s mind and it also renders pain relieving properties. Among them, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is the most highly potent cannabinoid. It renders more side effects than CBD. CBD works antagonistically with THC, it eliminates the side effects of THC.
So, if cannabis contains THC along with CBD, you would experience less side effects. You would be fewer prone to addiction and any psychotic disability.
4. THC Content
These days, cannabis strains are being cultivated with high THC content. This high content has increased the occurrence of addiction. In previous years, the cannabis was being cultivated and sold with 8% of THC but now it has increased to 15%-20%.
5. Varied Experiences
People have varied experience with the use of cannabis. The most common side effects include confusion, depression, anxiety, less motivation panic attacks, paranoia, hallucination, and psychosis.
The prolonged use of cannabis has moved people to suicide attempts.
6. Genetic history
Your genetic and ancestral history really matters. The psychotic conditions are more prevalent and severe in early ages. The research has revealed that defective AKT1 gene is responsible for increased addiction and psychosis.