Using cannabis can directly and indirectly increase blood pressure in the first 30 minutes, but after can decrease blood pressure due to its relaxing, sedative and anti-anxiety effects. There is no definitive evidence that cannabis use can increase the risk of cardiovascular diseases (CVDs). The evidence is generally positive, and some of the negatives can be mitigated by refraining from smoking herbal cannabis.
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