Like any other drug, if you're smoking weed more often and openly, you're probably hanging out with people who do the same. The same thing goes for smokers and alcoholics, who seem to be more socially acceptable than marijuana users even though the long term health risks are as bad or worse. The theory of marijuana being a "gateway drug" isn't any more realistic than saying someone who smokes cigarettes or drinks alcohol will go on to use other drugs. Some people who use marijuana don't use other drugs, while others do.
Marijauna in itself does not have the horrible long term physical effects such as heroin, methampetamines, or certain prescription drugs. In some cases it can be pyschologically addictive, so if you make the decision to quit, it may be harder to do so if most of your friends continue to smoke it around you.
Marijuana has two general effects on most people in social situations. First, it can be like having a beer and just "loosen you up" and let you relax; creating a softening of anxiety and making you feel happy. Second, it can react with a person's system in the completely opposite way; making you impatient, anxious, and edgy. Which general reaction you have is based on as many factors as there are people in the world. If you try marijuana, take it easy and keep your social event small and relaxed.
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Depends on how much you smoke and how good of bud you smoke.
Pain leaves your body with each inhale and its a great stress reducer
They are promoting programs that focuses on teaching children the negative effects of cannabis, and often ignore the positive effects of cannabis.
Cannabis can affect your body and health in many ways, however it depends how much you take, what type of cannabis you take, how experienced you are in using the drug, and your own mental state. The unwanted effects of taking cannabis are: increased anxiety, paranoia, panic attacks, hallucinations and delusions. The longer term health effects of cannabis are harder to confirm because the drug is often taken with other kind of drugs and alcohol.
Stop using cannabis for several months.
The effects of cannabis last on average for a maximum of 3 hours.
It gets you high.
The effects of cannabis are caused by cannabinoids, most notably tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Cannabis has both psychological and physiological effects on the human body. It can be detected by urine, blood,hair and saliva drug tests.
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That you haven't tried it yet.
None are recorded currently
It isn't. According to the DEA cannabis is classified separately from depressants and stimulants, most likely because the effects of cannabis fit in to both categories.
cannabis has stimulating, hallucinogenic, and depressant effects although it is generally considered a depressant.
what effects can passive smoking cannabis cause to the next person next to you / does it effect people the same way eventhough you ot smoking the stuff
Cannabis is a drug that exhibits effects related to stimulants, depressants and hallucinogens, particularly depending on the type and potency of the cannabis smoked. According to Wikipedia, cannabis' classification leans to that of a hallucinogen.
it doesnt remove cannabis from your system completey but it neutralizes the effects on your body
Cannabis shouldn't be capitalized unless it's at the beginning of a sentence because it's not a proper noun. Cannabis does need to be capitalized when using its proper taxonomic names, Cannabis sativa, Cannabis indica or Cannabis ruderalis.
Cannabis helps chronic pain. There are many horrible side affects though. Cannabis doesn't cure, but it HELPS chronic pain, with little or NO side effects.
The smell of cannabis can be hidden by opening windows and using candles or scented spray.
the social effects of whaling are your mother.
One of the main reasons people smoke cannabis is to get high/stoned. This feeling brings off some positive effects, but for many unlucky people, very negative ones.
•Cannabis affects your mood, thinking, concentration, sense of time and memory. Some of the effects are viewed as pleasant, and some are not always pleasant.