Hydroponics Gardening verses Organic Gardening: Which Grows the Best Cannabis?

Hydroponics gardening offers many advantages to the cannabis grower. In fact hydroponics gardening is probably the number one source all cannabis that is cultivated in the U.K. It seems these days that even though cannabis is still illegal in the U.K. most people know at least one person that Gruntz Strain grows their own cannabis. These growers may well start off growing organically but quite often soon progress to a hydroponics garden because of the many advantages.

What are the advantages to hydroponics gardening to grow cannabis?

Firstly, once you have your hydroponics garden set up properly, you only need to spend five minutes a day maintaining the system. Secondly, it is possible to produce a much higher yield compared to growing organically. It is possible to produce over ten times the yield of an organic crop. Also as you are not using soil to grow the plants with, you see a massive reduction in the pests that may try to infest your plants and make them unhealthy. Hydroponics gardening also produces some of the strongest weed you’ll ever find. THC levels have raised to very high levels over recent years.

What are the advantages of growing organically?

Well, first off, the nutrients that are used to grow the cannabis hydroponically can be harmful to the environment if it is not disposed of properly.
Secondly, sometimes the hit that you get from hydroponic weed is just so strong that it can blow your head off and you literally can’t get it together to do anything. Whereas the organic hit is not quite so mind blowing and is more of a milder buzz that doesn’t make you so paranoid which can sometimes be the case.

Acute effects of Cannabis abuse vary greatly between individuals depending on the dosage, method of administration, environment and personality of the user. Long-term Cannabis abuse increases the risk of serious psychiatric illnesses.

THC acts upon specific sites in the brain, called cannabinoid receptors. The highest density of cannabinoid receptors are found in parts of the brain that influence pleasure, memory, thoughts, concentration, sensory and time perception etc. Obviously, Marijuana intoxication can cause distorted perceptions, impaired coordination, difficulty in thinking and problem solving, and problems with learning and memory. Marijuana abuse can increase rates of anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, and schizophrenia.

Effects on oral health
Cannabis users are prone to oral infections. Generally, Cannabis abusers have poorer oral health than non-users, with higher decayed, missing and filled (DMF) teeth scores, higher plaque scores and less healthy teeth gums. An important side effect of Cannabis abuse is xerostomia (dryness of the mouth caused by malfunctioning salivary glands). Cannabis smoking and chewing causes changes in the oral epithelium, termed ‘cannabis stomatitis’. Its symptoms include irritation and superficial anaesthesia of the oral membranous tissue covering internal organs. With chronic use, this may progress to neoplasia (growth of a tumor).

Cannabis use causes oral cancer
Chronic smokers of Cannabis have an increased risk of developing oral leukoplakia (thick white patches on mucous membranes of the oral cavity, including the tongue. It often occurs as a pre-cancerous growth), oral cancer and other oral infections. Oral cancer related to cannabis usually occurs on the anterior floor of the mouth and the tongue.

Cannabis consumption also has its effects on driving, affecting motor skills, reflexes, and attention. This increases accidental risks. Cannabis abuse has potential to cause problems in daily life also. Cannabis abuse impairs several important measures of life achievement including physical and mental health, cognitive abilities, social life and career status.

Article By :

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *