One "joint" of marijuana has more cancer causing chemicals then one cigarette. But the difference is that marijuana also contains a chemical that helps prevent the growth of cancer. Marijuana has been proven that it does not cause lung cancer. --- Marijuana was added to the Proposition 65 List of Chemicals known to the State of California to cause CANCER on June 19, 2009. Marijuana smoke contains 50% to 70% more cancer-causing chemicals than tobacco smoke. Many of the newer, stronger "designer" varieties have not been tested -- but hey, they're stronger -- figure it out yourself... ------------
About 43 chemicals in tobacco products are known to be cancer causing.
I do not know, please answer this question for me.......anybody.
Sometimes cancer is genetic, but it increases a person's odds when they are exposed to cancer causing agents. Cigarettes contain many chemicals that are known to cause cancer.
marijuana stimulates brain cells causing you to think and focus. it has many health benefits and has been proven to prevent cancer symptoms.
0 chemicals are in marijuana. Only the NATURAL OCCURING compounds.
421 chemicals in Marijuana
Of the 599 chemicals in cigarette smoke, about 40 of the substances are known carcinogens.
way too many to name... there is over 4000 chemicals made when tobacco is burned. many of them are cancer causing
Marijuana contains no chemicals. It is grown, then the buds are removed, dried, and packaged to be sold.
421 chemicals, lol, but only 61 are "marijuana only" chemicals
There are so many different substances that cause cancer. Some of the common agents that cause cancer include cigarettes, food chemicals, gamma radiation and so much more.