Marijuana and Hormonal Changes



Marijuana’s Effects are Gender Specific

Marijuana affects people differently according to their gender.

The Jing-Squandered Male

In males, marijuana can influence the parts of the brain that control sex and growth hormones. This can decrease a man’s ability to produce Yang energy.

If a man loses enough of his Yang energy in this way, after some time he may not feel like doing anything.

He can be spaced out and lose his ‘edge.’

He’s not producing Yang if he only wants to have sex when he’s high.

The situation is critical if he’s developing breasts. When testosterone levels go down, so do other organic functions.

It’s Different for Women

Marijuana affects women differently. It increases her Yang energy, but it burns up her Yin at the same time.

This process can affect her menstrual cycle and ability to use her own natural hormones in daily life.

Hormones and Jing

Hormones are an important part of the Jing sexual essence. Through the eyes of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the fact that unbalanced marijuana affects the hormones signals that it’s doing very deep damage to the body and Shen.

Marijuana and Childhood Sexual Development

If a child’s reproductive system gets compromised from the beginning of her/his development and maturation, it can take a lot of time and energy to repair it, if it’s possible at all.

Marijuana and Sex Index


This is only a synopsis of my clinical findings. For extensive details on how to balance and optimize the effects of cannabis using Traditional Chinese Medicine, please refer to

Marijuana Syndromes
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Men report having to go to higher levels of cannabis intoxication to experience synaesthesia . This is probably because women have more connections between the two sides of their brains than men do.Although I do not suggest that this explains the different long-term hormonal effects of cannabis on men and women, it certainly forms an important component of the neurohormonal picture that we must contend with in this scenario.

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Data continues to compile against teen use of marijuana, as it can influence neurological and hormonal development in profound and long-term ways...

If you want to get real on the potential magnitude of this issue in the teen population in the US, here are the latest numbers...


For extensive details on how to balance and optimize the effects of cannabis using Traditional Chinese Medicine, please refer to

Marijuana Syndromes
How to Balance and Optimize
the Effects of Cannabis
With Traditional Chinese Medicine

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