Smoking or otherwise consuming cannabis can trigger a migraine for some people. If the marijuana itself does not trigger some people, the fact that the pupil is dilated and takes in an extreme amount of light can trigger a migraine in those who find different light sources to be a major trigger for them.
However, marijuana can help abort a migraine as well. And even if it does not abort a migraine completely, it does provide relief from the effects of nausea. Once again, though - where in the middle of a migraine attack most sufferers are extremely light sensitive, it is imperative that they protect the eye after consuming cannabis so that they don't increase their pain.
no.. it's get rid of them dumdum.. :)
No but smoking cigs do
Can cause caner
no, smoking marijuana actally can help you get an erection easier most of the time
Smoking marijuana can cause lung, mouth, or throat cancer. That's about it.
THC does relieve pain, so yes, though it won't rid you of a migraine completely.
No, marijuana causes no kind of skin defects
yea it does weeks for me
Yes, marijuana can cause pupillary dilation.
Yes, marijuana causes lung damage. The risk of lung cancer from smoking marijuana is actually greater than the risk from smoking tobacco.
It can and if it does it is probably caused by the fact that whom ever is smoking the marijuana is allergic.
yes, so stop smoking
Smoking marijuana after getting a tattoo will cause no harm to your body. However, alcohol intake before getting a tattoo can cause excess bleeding.
Yes - smoking tobacco can cause cancer whether you mix it with anything else or not.
No but it affects the fetus in a negative way.
very bad, it can cause you to be sick and die
No, smoking weed does not kill brain cells! No cause if it did someone would of died by know do to marijuana damaging the brain yet there is no recorded death atributed to marijuana
Pipe, cigar, and marijuana smoking can also damage the lungs
Marijuana is not know to cause schizophrenia, and marijuana does not cause depression.CLINICAL STUDIES STATE THE EXACT OPPOSITE.Dope smoking, particularly in the early teens, increases the risk of schizophrenia and clinical depression.