by Petar Petrov, Staff Writer for Terpenes and Testing Magazine
Cannabis unlocks a wondrously distorted world of altered thoughts, emotions, and perceptions, which some people fall in love with and want to permanently move to. Others never really get accustomed to this realm and shy from it.
It seems that this world is similar to what’s known in scientific circles as a “noisy brain,” and it can, indeed, reverberate through some cannabis users’ brains even during resting states.
The term “noisy brain” could explain a lot of the ubiquitous reactions we experience under the influence of cannabis and during periods of regular use altogether.
What is “Noisy Brain?”
“Noisy brain” basically refers to the chaotic hyperactivity that can go on in our brains at virtually any given moment. It’s what little kids’ brains are like practically all the time. It’s like trying to work while listening to music too loud, especially music with lyrics – it’s harder to concentrate, as you literally can’t hear your own thoughts over all the noise and extra information.
The “noise” in “noisy brain” is somewhat analogous to what cannabis extractors call “noise” – all…