The Oregonian is notorious for printing this adverse garbage. In the same edition was a story about the lack of good, anti-nausea medications. It is well-known by anyone who reads that marijuana is one of the best anti-nausea medications, better than the two standard medications mentioned in the article: Dramamine, which is really Benadril, and Zofran, which only works about half of the time. Getting back to the big boobs article. The author, Melissa Dribben, did good work on the article but she used information that was both obsolete and probably incorrect.
Does Cannabis Consumption Cause Breast Enlargement in Men?
Can Smoking Weed Give You Man Boobs? | Denver, CO
And possibly more cases of man boobs. Although we lack statistical data of a direct correlation between marijuana use and the development of man boobs, many physicians and plastic surgeons feel the link is apparent, stating that male breast reduction is on the rise and a majority of recipients self report as weed smokers. Does the weed smoking give you man boobs, or do you smoke weed because you have man boobs? Just kidding. If, like many before you have, you find yourself worried that smoking weed is causing or going to give you man boobs, rest assured that there are several actually proven causes of man boobs.
Does Weed cause Man Boobs?
Anthony Youn warned that marijuana use could be behind the development of man boobs , known in the medical world as "gynecomastia," because of the drug's effects on hormone levels. Hence, man boobs. Animal studies, the physician explained, have shown that exposure to tetrahydrocannabinol THC , the active component in cannabis, can result in a "decrease in testosterone levels, a reduction of testicular size and abnormalities in…sperm. The jury is still out, however, as to how weed affects hormone levels in humans, though there is some evidence to suggest that pot users have lower testosterone levels than non-users and that heavy doses of the drug may delay the onset of puberty in young men.
Cannabis would probably be one of the most controversial drugs of all times. Throughout its long-standing presence in the midst of the many communities that have borne and exploited its presence, cannabis has been attributed multiple health benefits, but also countless drawbacks. While some push forward that hemp-derived products would help combat Epidermis Bullosa, anxiety, and chronic pain induced by cancer, others claim that marijuana consumption could trigger erectile dysfunction, cancer, and even gynecomastia - a phenomenon commonly referred to as the growth of "man boobs" or "moobs".