Facts about cannabis taken from medical journals.
"A review of the literature suggests that the majority of cannabis users, who use the drug occasionally rather than on a daily basis, will not suffer any lasting physical or mental harm. Conversely, as with other ‘recreational’ drugs, there will be some who suffer adverse consequences from their use of cannabis. Some individuals who have psychotic thought tendencies might risk precipitating psychotic illness. Those who consume large doses of the drug on a regular basis are likely to have lower educational achievement and lower income, and may suffer physical damage to the airways. They also run a significant risk of becoming dependent upon continuing use of the drug. There is little evidence, however, that these adverse effects persist after drug use stops or that any direct cause and effect relationships are involved."
"First, the use of cannabis and rates of psychotic symptoms were related to each other, independently of observed/non-observed fixed covariates and observed time dynamic factors (Table 2). Secondly, the results of structural equation modelling suggest that the direction of causation is that the use of cannabis leads to increases in levels of psychotic symptoms rather than psychotic symptoms increasing the use of cannabis. Indeed, there is a suggestion from the model results that increases in psychotic symptoms may inhibit the use of cannabis."
Marijuana is a useful plant :) In some US states marijuana has been legalized, I think this is fine. I read somewhere that marijuana helps to cure many diseases, and it helps to relax. It's kind of soothing. I have heard that many have started to open their businesses with the growth of marijuana. Even Mike Tyson. I was thinking about buying myself to see what it is like, to be honest, I have never tried to smoke. No matter how it is prepared. I want to order bongs on https://dankrips.com/collections/bongs-water-pipes to try to smoke.
I totally agree with you. You are right. Majority of cannabis users, who use the drug occasionally rather than on a daily basis