Everyone knows smoking pot has a 99.9999999999991% chance of causing the munchies. I have polycystic ovarian syndrome, and with this comes insulin resistance. My fasting blood sugars are anywhere from 75-120, and I personally don't have a meter (testing strips are obscenely expensive), but I use the ones at my work once a week (with my supervisor's blessing), so I can't rightfully check my sugar after I smoke (I will never go to work high or even buzzed).
My question is, does cannabis effectively lower blood sugar? Most everyone knows if your blood sugar is lower, you become hungry. I know many cannabinoid receptors are directly linked to satiety and hunger sensations- is cannabis actually lowering blood sugar to cause munchies, or is it simply stimulating the cannabinoid receptors into causing hunger?