How bad is marijuana on the lungs?
bad but not as bad as smoking ciggarettes
"Marijuana is just as bad as tobacco on your lungs, ------------------- To date, there has never been a documented case of lung cancer from marijuana smoke, despite what you hear from certain anti-drug campaigns. Habitual pot smokers lungs do decrease in capacity, so its definitely bad for your lungs just as any smoke is. There is so much evidence of the dangers of smoking cigarettes, that it would be silly for me to write about…
Marijuana is not bad for your health because its like a medicine.What it is bad for is that it causes your brain to make dopamine and it has also been known to cause paranoia.It also takes the pain away for example a headache or stomach etc. If you do too much of it though then is it bad for your lungs and it also makes you slow.
Yes. Pot is probably as bad for your lungs as tobacco is. It seems that marijuana smoke is less noxious than tobacco smoke. For example, if you smoke marijuana in your living room, the whole room will smell of it. But if you smoke a few cigarettes, the marijuana smell will disappear, and you will only be able to smell the cigarette smoke. Marijuana smoke doesn't linger on your clothes and furniture anywhere near as…
"its illegal and can kill" HAHA. what are you 80? Still stuck in the 30's there gramps? Well, the only real bad thing about marijuana is SLIGHT lung damage, but marijuana smokers do not consume enough to cause sever lung damage/cancerzperiodz Even with that, there are other ways to consume marijuana, such as baking it into food or using a vaporizer. if you smoke that it can make your lungs blank.so stop doing marijana.okay
There is some damage to the lungs caused by marijuana smoke inhalation. (However, note that marijuana does not necessarily have to be smoked, it can also be brewed as tea.) Interestingly, marijuana smoke has not been found to be carcinogenic, unlike cigarette smoke. However, marijuana smoke is still an irritant to the lungs and can contribute to the eventual development of emphysema.