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A little off topic but obviously smoking has a negative effect on skin, i use to smoke weed everyday for 3-4 months it really helps me forget all my problems including my scars, but from the past 3 weeks i have stopped completely I want to start living a healthy life again so im going to try my best to stop it for good, but its difficult

now iam wondering how bad would the effect be on your skin if you smoke a very small joint or few drags couple times a week or so? anyone have any experience with this??.

Thanks

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Smoking anything isn't good for the skin, but smoking herb is way less damaging than smoking tobacco. Tobacco contains numerous toxins due to the fertilizers the companies use to produce more crop. Cannabis is a much healthier alternative. If you're really worried about your health (as you should be) - do what I do: use a vaporizer. It heats up the herb just enough to activate the THC without burning the plant material. The result is a vapor/THC mixture with all of the positive effects, a nice clear-headedness, and almost none of the negative effects correlated with smoking. Good luck, and toke on!

Note: everything in moderation :ninja:

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lol, i do too own a vaporizer and must say that it is the best way. i have stop vaporizing completely for about a month or so now, i instead just been doing daily excercises for a couple of hours. i honestly think that MJ won't help you as much as it will hurt you, but what do i know, do as you like and yes everything in moderation is okay. also i have decided to stop vaping due to the fact that i'm spending a lot of money on scars revision procedures, i.e. fraxel, and so forth, and i don't want to risk any further complications. good luck to you though, and don't smoke because smoking destroys numerous things in your body.

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i use to smoke weed everyday for 3-4 months it really helps me forget all my problems including my scars

Maybe we all poor acne scar sufferers should smoke weed and be happy!!! Peace and love !!

(j/k)

We've all heard about the consequences and effects of smoking. There are many physical,physiological,psychological,social,economical and cultural problems involved. It turns into a complicated and complex chain of problems.

Having said that I also wanted to add that life is not fair sometimes. I have a couple of friends who are HARDCORE SMOKERS AND DRINKERS. They party everyday. They worship mother nature (weed), they eat junk food and Yet, they have PERFECT SKIN. Not even a single pimple or wrinkle. In fact, they think that alcohol and their "HAPPY AND WORRY-FREE LIFESTYLEs" keep them young.

Sometimes we've heard that our diet and lifestyle is reflected on the skin and THAT'S NOT SO TRUE AT ALL. Or at least, there are many, many, but many execptions to that rule.

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Trust me smoking either does nothing bad acne wise to the skin.

If u have any surgery or anything like that u will heal (supposedly) faster if u are not smoking. I had an excision and subcisions done and continued to smoke a pack a day. they healed up really fast so I dont really buy it. My doctor told me that smoking causes wrinkles around the mouth and most of the time it is ladies that end up with them.

Anyway I am in the process of quiting but just wanted to say that there is no real link to acne scars and smoking.

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^They'll probably pay for it later in life.

Very true. But sometimes I wish I could live that life NOW when I'm still young and capable (imaging doing whatever we want to do without having to worry about our faces) and pay the consequences later when I'm super old and disabled. What's the point of looking good and hot when you're 80 years old when you cannot even walk and madame "Morte" is waiting for you around the corner with open arms??? and forget about viagra!!! :angel: Oh God what did I just say!!??

....oh well!!! I think I should stop smoking weed!! :doh:

...or maybe, I should START smoking weed!!!!! :rolleyes:

(j/k)

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i use to smoke weed everyday for 3-4 months it really helps me forget all my problems including my scars

Maybe we all poor acne scar sufferers should smoke weed and be happy!!! Peace and love !!

(j/k)

We've all heard about the consequences and effects of smoking. There are many physical,physiological,psychological,social,economical and cultural problems involved. It turns into a complicated and complex chain of problems.

Having said that I also wanted to add that life is not fair sometimes. I have a couple of friends who are HARDCORE SMOKERS AND DRINKERS. They party everyday. They worship mother nature (weed), they eat junk food and Yet, they have PERFECT SKIN. Not even a single pimple or wrinkle. In fact, they think that alcohol and their "HAPPY AND WORRY-FREE LIFESTYLEs" keep them young.

Sometimes we've heard that our diet and lifestyle is reflected on the skin and THAT'S NOT SO TRUE AT ALL. Or at least, there are many, many, but many execptions to that rule.

please name the physical,physiological,psychological,social,economical and cultural problems involved. that u speak of

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please name the physical,physiological,psychological,social,economical and cultural problems involved. that u speak of

Sure, I'll be more than happy to name them and by the way, I didn't make it up. It's copied and pasted from different studies and surveys. I hope you have fun reading it.

Detailed below are the conclusions of the three most exhaustive U.S.-government sponsored reports on marijuana. We have excerpted a portion of each report's conclusion that most concisely summarizes the report's finding.

Physical and physiological problems:

Effects on the Brain

Scientists have learned a great deal about how THC acts in the brain to produce its many effects. When someone smokes marijuana, THC rapidly passes from the lungs into the bloodstream, which carries the chemical to organs throughout the body, including the brain.

In the brain, THC connects to specific sites called cannabinoid receptors on nerve cells and influences the activity of those cells. Some brain areas have many cannabinoid receptors; others have few or none. Many cannabinoid receptors are found in the parts of the brain that influence pleasure, memory, thought, concentration, sensory and time perception, and coordinated movement4.

The short-term effects of marijuana can include problems with memory and learning; distorted perception; difficulty in thinking and problem solving; loss of coordination; and increased heart rate. Research findings for long-term marijuana abuse indicate some changes in the brain similar to those seen after long-term abuse of other major drugs. For example, cannabinoid (THC or synthetic forms of THC) withdrawal in chronically exposed animals leads to an increase in the activation of the stress-response system5 and changes in the activity of nerve cells containing dopamine6. Dopamine neurons are involved in the regulation of motivation and reward, and are directly or indirectly affected by all drugs of abuse.

Effects on the Heart

One study has indicated that an abuser's risk of heart attack more than quadruples in the first hour after smoking marijuana7. The researchers suggest that such an effect might occur from marijuana's effects on blood pressure and heart rate and reduced oxygen-carrying capacity of blood.

Effects on the Lungs

A study of 450 individuals found that people who smoke marijuana frequently but do not smoke tobacco have more health problems and miss more days of work than nonsmokers8. Many of the extra sick days among the marijuana smokers in the study were for respiratory illnesses.

Even infrequent abuse can cause burning and stinging of the mouth and throat, often accompanied by a heavy cough. Someone who smokes marijuana regularly may have many of the same respiratory problems that tobacco smokers do, such as daily cough and phlegm production, more frequent acute chest illness, a heightened risk of lung infections, and a greater tendency to obstructed airways9. Smoking marijuana possibly increases the likelihood of developing cancer of the head or neck. A study comparing 173 cancer patients and 176 healthy individuals produced evidence that marijuana smoking doubled or tripled the risk of these cancers10.

Marijuana abuse also has the potential to promote cancer of the lungs and other parts of the respiratory tract because it contains irritants and carcinogens9,11. In fact, marijuana smoke contains 50 to 70 percent more carcinogenic hydrocarbons than does tobacco smoke12. It also induces high levels of an enzyme that converts certain hydrocarbons into their carcinogenic form—levels that may accelerate the changes that ultimately produce malignant cells13. Marijuana users usually inhale more deeply and hold their breath longer than tobacco smokers do, which increases the lungs' exposure to carcinogenic smoke. These facts suggest that, puff for puff, smoking marijuana may be more harmful to the lungs than smoking tobacco.

Other Health Effects

Some of marijuana's adverse health effects may occur because THC impairs the immune system's ability to fight disease. In laboratory experiments that exposed animal and human cells to THC or other marijuana ingredients, the normal disease-preventing reactions of many of the key types of immune cells were inhibited14. In other studies, mice exposed to THC or related substances were more likely than unexposed mice to develop bacterial infections and tumors15,16.

Effects of Heavy Marijuana Use on Learning and Social Behavior

Research clearly demonstrates that marijuana has the potential to cause problems in daily life or make a person's existing problems worse. Depression17, anxiety17, and personality disturbances18 have been associated with chronic marijuana use. Because marijuana compromises the ability to learn and remember information, the more a person uses marijuana the more he or she is likely to fall behind in accumulating intellectual, job, or social skills. Moreover, research has shown that marijuana’s adverse impact on memory and learning can last for days or weeks after the acute effects of the drug wear off19,20,25.

Students who smoke marijuana get lower grades and are less likely to graduate from high school, compared with their nonsmoking peers21,22,23,24. A study of 129 college students found that, among those who smoked the drug at least 27 of the 30 days prior to being surveyed, critical skills related to attention, memory, and learning were significantly impaired, even after the students had not taken the drug for at least 24 hours20. These "heavy" marijuana abusers had more trouble sustaining and shifting their attention and in registering, organizing, and using information than did the study participants who had abused marijuana no more than 3 of the previous 30 days. As a result, someone who smokes marijuana every day may be functioning at a reduced intellectual level all of the time.

More recently, the same researchers showed that the ability of a group of long-term heavy marijuana abusers to recall words from a list remained impaired for a week after quitting, but returned to normal within 4 weeks25. Thus, some cognitive abilities may be restored in individuals who quit smoking marijuana, even after long-term heavy use.

Workers who smoke marijuana are more likely than their coworkers to have problems on the job. Several studies associate workers' marijuana smoking with increased absences, tardiness, accidents, workers' compensation claims, and job turnover. A study among postal workers found that employees who tested positive for marijuana on a pre-employment urine drug test had 55 percent more industrial accidents, 85 percent more injuries, and a 75-percent increase in absenteeism compared with those who tested negative for marijuana use26. In another study, heavy marijuana abusers reported that the drug impaired several important measures of life achievement including cognitive abilities, career status, social life, and physical and mental health27.

Effects of Exposure During Pregnancy

Research has shown that some babies born to women who abused marijuana during their pregnancies display altered responses to visual stimuli28, increased tremulousness, and a high-pitched cry, which may indicate neurological problems in development29. During the preschool years, marijuana-exposed children have been observed to perform tasks involving sustained attention and memory more poorly than nonexposed children do30,31. In the school years, these children are more likely to exhibit deficits in problem-solving skills, memory, and the ability to remain attentive30.

Addictive Potential

Long-term marijuana abuse can lead to addiction for some people; that is, they abuse the drug compulsively even though it interferes with family, school, work, and recreational activities. Drug craving and withdrawal symptoms can make it hard for long-term marijuana smokers to stop abusing the drug. People trying to quit report irritability, sleeplessness, and anxiety32. They also display increased aggression on psychological tests, peaking approximately one week after the last use of the drug33.

Genetic Vulnerability

Scientists have found that whether an individual has positive or negative sensations after smoking marijuana can be influenced by heredity. A 1997 study demonstrated that identical male twins were more likely than nonidentical male twins to report similar responses to marijuana abuse, indicating a genetic basis for their response to the drug34. (Identical twins share all of their genes.)

It also was discovered that the twins' shared or family environment before age 18 had no detectable influence on their response to marijuana. Certain environmental factors, however, such as the availability of marijuana, expectations about how the drug would affect them, the influence of friends and social contacts, and other factors that differentiate experiences of identical twins were found to have an important effect.34

Treating Marijuana Problems

The latest treatment data indicate that, in 2002, marijuana was the primary drug of abuse in about 15 percent (289,532) of all admissions to treatment facilities in the United States. Marijuana admissions were primarily male (75 percent), White (55 percent), and young (40 percent were in the 15-–19 age range). Those in treatment for primary marijuana abuse had begun use at an early age; 56 percent had abused it by age 14 and 92 percent had abused it by 1835.

One study of adult marijuana abusers found comparable benefits from a 14-session cognitive-behavioral group treatment and a 2-session individual treatment that included motivational interviewing and advice on ways to reduce marijuana use. Participants were mostly men in their early thirties who had smoked marijuana daily for more than 10 years. By increasing patients' awareness of what triggers their marijuana abuse, both treatments sought to help patients devise avoidance strategies. Abuse, dependence symptoms, and psychosocial problems decreased for at least 1 year following both treatments; about 30 percent of the patients were abstinent during the last 3-month followup period36.

Another study suggests that giving patients vouchers that they can redeem for goods—such as movie passes, sporting equipment, or vocational training—may further improve outcomes37.

Although no medications are currently available for treating marijuana abuse, recent discoveries about the workings of the THC receptors have raised the possibility of eventually developing a medication that will block the intoxicating effects of THC. Such a medication might be used to prevent relapse to marijuana abuse by lessening or eliminating its appeal.

Respiratory problems

Someone who smokes marijuana regularly can have many of the same respiratory problems as cigarette smokers. Persistent coughing, symptoms of bronchitis and more frequent chest colds are possible symptoms. There are over 400 chemicals that have been found in marijuana smoke. Benzyprene, a known human carcinogen, is present in marijuana smoke. Regardless of the THC content, the amount of tar inhaled by marijuana smokers and the level of carbon monoxide are 3 to 5 times higher than in cigarette smoke. This is most likely due to inhaling marijuana more deeply, holding the smoke in the lungs and because marijuana smoke is unfiltered.

Memory and learning

Recent research shows that regular marijuana use compromises the ability to learn and to remember information by impairing the ability to focus, sustain, and shift attention. One study also found that long-term use reduces the ability to organize and integrate complex information.

In addition, marijuana impairs short-term memory and decreases motivation to accomplish tasks, even after the high is over. In one study, even small doses impaired the ability to recall words from a list seen 20 minutes earlier.

Fertility

Long-term marijuana use suppresses the production of hormones that help regulate the reproductive system. For men, this can cause decreased sperm counts and very heavy users can experience erectile dysfunction. Women may experience irregular periods from heavy marijuana use. These problems would most likely result in a decreased ability to conceive but not lead to complete infertility.

Is marijuana addictive?

No one would argue that marijuana is as addictive as alcohol or cocaine. However, it's wrong to say that it is not at all addictive. More and more studies are finding that marijuana has addictive properties. Both animal and human studies show physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms from marijuana, including irritability, restlessness, insomnia, nausea and intense dreams. Tolerance to marijuana also builds up rapidly. Heavy users need 8 times higher doses to get the same effects as infrequent users.

For a small percentage of people who use it, marijuana can be highly addictive. It is estimated that 10% to 14% of users will become heavily dependent. More than 120,000 people in the US seek treatment for marijuana addiction every year. Because the consequences of marijuana use can be subtle and insidious, it is more difficult to recognize signs of addiction. Cultural and societal beliefs that marijuana cannot be addictive make it less likely for people to seek help or to get support for quitting.

Psychological Problelms:

Depression(19), anxiety(20), and personality disturbances(21) have been associated with marijuana use. Research clearly demonstrates that marijuana has potential to cause problems in daily life or make a person’s existing problems worse. Because marijuana compromises the ability to learn and remember information, the more a person uses marijuana the more he or she is likely to fall behind in accumulating intellectual, job, or social skills. Moreover, research has shown that marijuana’s adverse impact on memory and learning can last for days or weeks after the acute effects of the drug wear off(22, 23).

Students who smoke marijuana get lower grades and are less likely to graduate from high school, compared with their non-smoking peers(24, 25, 26, 27). A study of 129 college students found that, for heavy users of marijuana (those who smoked the drug at least 27 of the preceding 30 days), critical skills related to attention, memory, and learning were significantly impaired even after they had not used the drug for at least 24 hours(28). The heavy marijuana users in the study had more trouble sustaining and shifting their attention and in registering, organizing, and using information than did the study participants who had used marijuana no more than 3 of the previous 30 days. As a result, someone who smokes marijuana every day may be functioning at a reduced intellectual level all of the time.

Social and Cultural Problems:

Using and abusing this "recreacional" drug could create further emotional trauma that can lead to social withdrawal and impaired psychological development (Chaloupka 2003).

Marijuana is both emotionally and mentally addictive. Once an individual becomes addicted to marijuana it develops into part of who they believe themselves to be. Avoiding their friends who do not use, the addict will gravitate to others that do. Marijuana is a topic that is always on their mind, whether it be thinking about the next time they will be able to get high or where their going to get their next sack. When someone is addicted to marijuana eventually their friends and the people close to them only know how they act when their stoned because they no longer do anything without first smoking. Their constant abuse is due to the misconception that marijuana is what they need to solve their problems. Sometimes addicts will take their stash with them wherever they go, just in case an opportunity arises and they are able to take a couple hits. They may even go through several dealers in order to make sure they always have a constant supply of marijuana.

Most often, marijuana use is part of a constellation of deviant behaviors in our culture, including use of other substances (alcohol, tobacco, over-the-counter medications, inhalants, and other illicit drugs), truancy, academic failure, violence, theft, and risky sexual behavior (Ary et al., in press; Berger & Levin, 1999; Donovan, Jessor, & Costa, 2002; Farrell, Danish, & Howard, 1992; Osgood, Johnston, O'Malley, & Bachman, 2001). Most of the leading causes of death for this age group -- motor vehicle crashes, homicide, injury, and suicide -- are more likely to occur when one is under the influence of psychoactive substances (Cohen, Kibel, & Stewart, 1997).

Workers who smoke marijuana are more likely than their coworkers to have problems on the job. Several studies associate workers’ marijuana smoking with increased absences, tardiness, accidents, workers’ compensation claims, and job turnover. A study of municipal workers found that those who used marijuana on or off the job reported more “withdrawal behaviors�—such as leaving work without permission, daydreaming, spending work time on personal matters, and shirking tasks—that adversely affect productivity and morale(30). In another study, marijuana users reported that use of the drug impaired several important measures of life achievement including cognitive abilities, career status, social life, and physical and mental health(31).

Economical problems:

By most rankings, America's domestic marijuana crop is easily valued in excess of $10 billion annually and usually ranks in the top 10 cash crops.

Do you want me to explain how this or any other addiction can ruin your financial life as well??

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your just generalizing with quotes from a bunch of research im sorry i did read through all that but please post original research material not quotes and not assumptions i wanna see the test group results placebo cited sources please

i.e. like my post be4 causei did read all that and am still be very very skeptical cause u didnt have n e thing to back it up with i wanna kno who funded the research what the agenda of the group performing the research etc.... u dont have to link all that just a research study and the name of the group performing it i'll find out the rest ....

until then u are posting research results that are baseless

its always a recent study has found a group has found etc be specific which group which study just post links i;ll read the details within

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your just generalizing with quotes from a bunch of research im sorry i did read through all that but please post original research material not quotes and not assumptions i wanna see the test group results placebo cited sources please

i.e. like my post be4 causei did read all that and am still be very very skeptical cause u didnt have n e thing to back it up with i wanna kno who funded the research what the agenda of the group performing the research etc.... u dont have to link all that just a research study and the name of the group performing it i'll find out the rest ....

until then u are posting research results that are baseless

its always a recent study has found a group has found etc be specific which group which study just post links i;ll read the details within

Honestly, I hope you are just joking.

How more specific do you want me to be ???? Wasn't it enough to back up the EVIDENCE (Real studies made by real scientists) about the listed effects of marihuana?????? Read through the article once again and you'll find who did the research. You call baseless to a complex scientific study that took over 15 years to give you the specifics????????????

Well, If it makes you feel happy , I MADE UP ALL THE INFO THAT I POSTED. ALL OF A SUDDEN I WAS ENLIGHTENED AND i STARTED WRITING DOWN RANDOM WORDS THAT CAME TO MY MIND.

AT LEAST I'VE DONE MY PART AND i'VE BACKED UP WHAT i SAID. You don't have to believe ME!!!.

Google it your self. or if you want A MORE DETAILED DESCRIPTION (as you mention) with even with the names, SS# and home address of the participants involved in the study, JOIN a scientific research board. and they'll share all the details with you.

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your just generalizing with quotes from a bunch of research im sorry i did read through all that but please post original research material not quotes and not assumptions i wanna see the test group results placebo cited sources please

i.e. like my post be4 causei did read all that and am still be very very skeptical cause u didnt have n e thing to back it up with i wanna kno who funded the research what the agenda of the group performing the research etc.... u dont have to link all that just a research study and the name of the group performing it i'll find out the rest ....

until then u are posting research results that are baseless

its always a recent study has found a group has found etc be specific which group which study just post links i;ll read the details within

Honestly, I hope you are just joking.

How more specific do you want me to be ???? Wasn't it enough to back up the EVIDENCE (Real studies made by real scientists) about the listed effects of marihuana?????? Read through the article once again and you'll find who did the research. You call baseless to a complex scientific study that took over 15 years to give you the specifics????????????

Well, If it makes you feel happy , I MADE UP ALL THE INFO THAT I POSTED. ALL OF A SUDDEN I WAS ENLIGHTENED AND i STARTED WRITING DOWN RANDOM WORDS THAT CAME TO MY MIND.

AT LEAST I'VE DONE MY PART AND i'VE BACKED UP WHAT i SAID. You don't have to believe ME!!!.

Google it your self. or if you want A MORE DETAILED DESCRIPTION (as you mention) with even with the names, SS# and home address of the participants involved in the study, JOIN a scientific research board. and they'll share all the details with you.

HAHAHAHAHA NO im not joking if u believe every scientific research results fro mevery scientific research made by "real scientist" in "real studies " then u are SHEEP

U DIDNT BACK U SHIT ITS OBVIOUS U GOOGLED MARIJUANA AND GOT SOMETHING FROM THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DRUG ABOUSE IN CASE U DIDNT KNO THEY ARE GOVERMENT AGENCIE FUNDED BY THE GOVERMENT THERE'S YOUR FIRST BIAS

http://www.nida.nih.gov/Infofacts/marijuana.html

wow looks like a carbon copy ur great at coming up wotrd for word what they have listed there

now back to what u PASTED lets look at the first negative, fuck short term cause even NIDA acknowledges it is just that SHORT TERM

One study has indicated that an abuser's risk of heart attack more than quadruples in the first hour after smoking marijuana7. The researchers suggest that such an effect might occur from marijuana's effects on blood pressure and heart rate and reduced oxygen-carrying capacity of blood.

WOW GREAT THING TO SUGGEST BUT HECK LETS LOOK AT THE SOURCE N E WAY

#7 Mittleman MA, Lewis RA, Maclure M, et al. Triggering myocardial infarction by marijuana. Circulation 103(23):2805–2809, 2001.

ORIGINAL RESEARCH

http://circ.ahajournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/103/23/2805

WOW U SEE HOW EASY THAT IS TO RESEARCH A RESEARCH ?

Methods and Results—In the Determinants of Myocardial Infarction Onset Study, we interviewed 3882 patients (1258 women) with acute myocardial infarction an average of 4 days after infarction onset. We used the case-crossover study design to compare the reported use of marijuana in the hour preceding symptoms of myocardial infarction onset to its expected frequency using self-matched control data. Of the 3882 patients, 124 (3.2%) reported smoking marijuana in the prior year, 37 within 24 hours and 9 within 1 hour of myocardial infarction symptoms. Compared with nonusers, marijuana users were more likely to be men (94% versus 67%, P<0.001), current cigarette smokers (68% versus 32%, P<0.001), and obese (43% versus 32%, P=0.008). They were less likely to have a history of angina (12% versus 25%, P<0.001) or hypertension (30% versus 44%, P=0.002). The risk of myocardial infarction onset was elevated 4.8 times over baseline (95% confidence interval, 2.4 to 9.5) in the 60 minutes after marijuana use. The elevated risk rapidly decreased thereafter.

Conclusions—Smoking marijuana is a rare trigger of acute myocardial infarction. Understanding the mechanism through which marijuana causes infarction may provide insight into the triggering of myocardial infarction by this and other, more common stressors.

HEY HEY READ THAT CONCLUSION ONE MORE IME !!!!! ONE2 MORE TIME !!!! NO WONDER NIDA SAID IT "SUGGESTS" IT

PLEASE DONT BASH SOMETHING U KNOW NOTHING ABOUT BE4 U COPY AND PASTE TAKE THE TIME TO LOOK IN TO AND FIND OUT MY FRIEND

TAKE A HIT IT REALLY WONT KILL YOU

now as much as i would love to go through nida's website and debunk all their suggestions i wont cause i already kno. how about u research it yourself and when u come up with something half way significant u come back awith more of your "evidence"

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HAHAHAHAHA NO im not joking if u believe every scientific research results fro mevery scientific research made by "real scientist" in "real studies " then u are SHEEP

U DIDNT BACK U SHIT ITS OBVIOUS U GOOGLED MARIJUANA AND GOT SOMETHING FROM THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DRUG ABOUSE IN CASE U DIDNT KNO THEY ARE GOVERMENT AGENCIE FUNDED BY THE GOVERMENT THERE'S YOUR FIRST BIAS

Well, your comments make me laugh and again, I really hope you're just joking.

HOW DO YOU KNOW THE DISTANCE BETWEEN SUN AND EARTH??? HOW DO YOU KNOW WATER IS MADE UP OF HYDROGEN AND OXYGEN???? HOW DO YOU KNOW OUR PLANET IS BETWEEN VENUS AND MARS???

Don't you think scientists have done their research (experiments,trips, labs,etc,etc) and come up with that conclusion????????? Weather you like it or not, most the knowledge we learn in school, internet,etc,etc relies on the conclusion (experiments,etc) of others. So you're a sheep too. UNLESS YOU ARE A SCIENTISTS AND YOU HAVE YOUR OWN RESEARCH STUDY TO BACK UP YOUR SHIT!!!!!!!!!!

NOW YOU SHOW ME YOUR SCIENTIFIC STUDIES THAT SHOW THAT MARIJUANA DOESN'T CAUSE THE EFFECTS I MENTIONED EARLY.

Seriously, I think you have some type of retardation MR. OWN-SCIENCE!!!

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HAHAHAHAHA NO im not joking if u believe every scientific research results fro mevery scientific research made by "real scientist" in "real studies " then u are SHEEP

U DIDNT BACK U SHIT ITS OBVIOUS U GOOGLED MARIJUANA AND GOT SOMETHING FROM THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DRUG ABOUSE IN CASE U DIDNT KNO THEY ARE GOVERMENT AGENCIE FUNDED BY THE GOVERMENT THERE'S YOUR FIRST BIAS

Well, your comments make me laugh and again, I really hope you're just joking.

HOW DO YOU KNOW THE DISTANCE BETWEEN SUN AND EARTH??? HOW DO YOU KNOW WATER IS MADE UP OF HYDROGEN AND OXYGEN???? HOW DO YOU KNOW OUR PLANET IS BETWEEN VENUS AND MARS???

Don't you think scientists have done their research (experiments,trips, labs,etc,etc) and come up with that conclusion????????? Weather you like it or not, most the knowledge we learn in school, internet,etc,etc relies on the conclusion (experiments,etc) of others. So you're a sheep too. UNLESS YOU ARE A SCIENTISTS AND YOU HAVE YOUR OWN RESEARCH STUDY TO BACK UP YOUR SHIT!!!!!!!!!!

NOW YOU SHOW ME YOUR SCIENTIFIC STUDIES THAT SHOW THAT MARIJUANA DOESN'T CAUSE THE EFFECTS I MENTIONED EARLY.

Seriously, I think you have some type of retardation MR. OWN-SCIENCE!!!

dude whats wrong with u and reading ? dont just read where i kinda insulted u. read where i ALSO DEBUNKED WHAT U POSTED

i alwready gave u evidence what are u talkin about i gave u evidence that marijuana causes heart attacks as much as and i freaking quote

"by this and other, more common stressors. " so marijuana is as much a risk to heart addacts then is other more common stressors damn ididnt come up with that myself i took what u posted and researched it

and as for ur comment about me being a SHEEP u gotta under stand that there is research with conclusions and ppl who quote researches and suggest things based on the one person that showed the results they were interested in

and to finalized is easy look up in the sky dumb asss u can spot venus and mars and its kinda btwn us thats conclusive not the bullshit suggestions made by the nida which u posted word for word

in fact u still didnt post the original research stuies i took the time out to do it for u

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and to finalized is easy look up in the sky dumb asss u can spot venus and mars and its kinda btwn us

LOL, LOL, LOL :clap::clap::clap:

:lol::lol::lol:

Thanks a lot for making my day!!!!!!

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This thread was closed due to fighting and name calling. :doubt:

Once again, I will remind both pintsize7 and smooth lover not to call each other names. Please, disagree with members' ideas in a nice manner and do not attack them personally.

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