7. Increased vulnerability

Teenagers respond variedly than adults. The young ones are more impulsive towards it to get enough of it to satiate themselves.

The more intake in teenagers shows more psychological effects.

8. Undergoing studies

Many pieces of research and studies are under their way to find its effect on adolescent and adults. They are also analyzing that why it renders different effect in different ages.

They are also evaluating the effect of cannabis on the brain and mental health.

9. Medical potentials

A survey held at Australia concluded that cannabis is found to be potentially useful for the patients suffering from epilepsy and other chronic illnesses.

It has also been found that cannabis is also useful for schizophrenia.

1 COMMENT

  1. I don’t think there really are any cannabis addicts, though many people who smoke it will claim to be, they have probably been smoking it for so long that they will miss it,(big-time) when they are without it. I would say, it’s more of a psychological problem, ie, having to go without it and how can we possibly legalize this drug if people are going to be working around machines, often with other people depending and relying on them. Would you honestly and truthfully feel 100% safe with your work partner having just smoked a joint (reefer) and your safety relied on them ? I know I wouldn’t and anyone with a brain wouldn’t either.

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