Originally Posted by nwshc
Yes. Long-term marijuana use can lead to addiction in some people. That is, they cannot control their urges to seek out and use marijuana, even though it negatively affects their family relationships, school performance, and recreational activities (9). According to one study, marijuana use by teenagers who have prior antisocial problems can quickly lead to addiction (3). In addition, some frequent, heavy marijuana users develop â€œtoleranceâ€ to its effects. This means they need larger and larger amounts of marijuana to get the same desired effects as they used to get from smaller amounts.
you sound like a good canidate to join the cult of scientology.
Lets see here... arent over half of the people on this message board on some form of drugs because of a mental illness? you know marijuana is less harmful to your health then even some of those.
Marijuana is not addictive. Not only that, but it's been medically proven that it's healthier than cigarettes. Whereas both put carcinogens into your system, Marijuana has an active ingredient that combats said carcinogens.
Hemp can save the environment... if it was more redilly avalible it would be less expensive to use it in everyday produscts... it is a great alternative to what we tend to use now which in most cases are horrible for the environment.