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Bhang Facts | Bhang Side Effects Treatment

Bhang Side Effects Treatment

Bhang is an edible form of cannabis. It has a religious and cultural importance in India. It is the most popular intoxicant. Bhang is specially made during Holi and Shivaratri. But it is very important to know about the bhang facts and Bhang Side Effects Treatment.

All About Bhang and Bhang Side Effects Treatment

Bhang Side Effects Treatment

  • How is bhang made?

The leaves and buds of female cannabis are made into a paste with help of motor and pestle. Milk, ghee and other spices are added too. It might be used for making bhang lassi, kulfi, laddoos, pakoras.

  • What are the Medicinal properties of Bhang?

From ancient periods the bhang (cannabis leaves) are using in Ayurveda as medicine to relieve anxiety and promote the sound sleep and even depression symptoms and it also a cure for some ailments like dysentery, sunstroke, fever, vomiting, arthritis, and indigestion. It will cause side effects of hallucinogenic effects.

  • Who must avoid having Bhang?

The individuals with asthma, a cardiac problem like high blood pressure, and nerve related diseases must avoid bhang consumption.

  • Is bhang addictive?

Yes, bhang is addictive in nature. Bhang overdose causes a number of problems. An effective Bhang Side Effects Treatment can help to overcome it.

Is it safe to mix bhang and alcohol? 

Don’t mix Bhang with alcohol it may lead to fatal, don’t drive after having bhang, and don’t consume the bhang lassi in empty stomach. Drink a lot of water to prevent dehydration; do keep away bhang related products away from pregnant women’s and children.

  • What are the symptoms of Bhang addiction?

Several signs of bhang addiction visible to users include:

  1. Bloodshot or red eyes
  2. Rapid heartbeat
  3. A constant and mucus-filled cough
  4. Dry mouth
  5. Poor memory
  6. Anxiety and paranoia
  7. Loss of control in oneself
  8. Poor coordination

Treatment for Bhang Overdose

  • Medication for drug addiction treatment can play a role in a successful recovery. Medications cannot be used alone though. The most effective substance abuse treatment programs will use drug abuse preventative medication as well as several types of counseling and therapy. Individual counseling is crucial for success, and this should be provided several times a week. Drug addiction treatment medication can help make treatment more successful when combined with the right types of counseling.
  • Psychotherapy:

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is an effective drug addiction treatment methods that help the individual to manage their thinking patterns, essentially controlling their negative thought behaviors that may lead to drug abuse.

Motivational enhancement therapy (MET) is often employed in drug addiction treatment. Usually a therapist helps the person to tap and enhance their motivation to resist the use of drugs.

  • Family therapy, In addition to these, recovering individuals benefit from family therapy. Since the family members often serve as core support system for persons once they exit a rehabilitation center. It’s important that family people understand the recovery process of individual so that they can serve as the best source of support and encouragement along with substance abuse care provided.  

 

  • Group Therapy helps the person with drug abuse behavior to learn and share their emotions with other peers who have similar problems.

 

  • Individual therapy is a solution-oriented approach that focuses on helping the individual maintain abstinence from drug abuse.

 

  • Relapse Prevention- To prevent the individual from relapse after recovery, a set of relapse prevention tools and techniques are provided that can help them fight and prevent from getting back to their addiction habit after a recovery process.

 

Apart from these, spiritual counseling, physical activity, nutritional support, and other factors also provide as the needed tools for a permanent recovery.

To get more details about best treatment for bhang overdose and the Bhang Side Effects Treatment feel free to contact at Cadabam’s Anunitha or call @+91 96111 94949.

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