Thanks for the propaganda dude. Lets also ignore the brain imaging scans and studies from Oxford.When potheads get off welfare, produce some real studies, and stop trashing businesses in my area, then Ill relax. Im not comfortable with feral anarchists.
Yet almost all of us have witnessed the instant change into pot uniformity by teens, over, and over, and over, and over, it is the defining symptom and identifier of pot usage.
A teen starts smoking pot, and instantly it is as though a pod released under their bed and put the pot worm into their brain that makes them all cookie cutter copies of each other.
When we recognize a young physically healthy pothead, it is because we can recognize that brain change, their pothead mentality, their world view, their politics, their music, and again, the melding of their mind and personality into the smoky commonality of being one with all stoners.
Cannabis is doing something that they haven’t measured yet.
“However, high-dose smokers develop pulmonary symptoms (episodes of acute bronchitis, wheezing, coughing, and increased phlegm), and pulmonary function may be altered, manifested as large airway changes of unknown significance.”
So...maybe you should post the rest of the story. BTW, this is from your link to Merck.
It’s not harmless.
I can’t help but believe that smoking pot isn’t akin to smoking cigarettes, but with a much better mellow.
Your going to have a bunch of stoned drivers looking for an open 7-11 to cure their munchies...I wonder what the different reflex time is between being stoned and being not stoned when driving...Don’t think we need to add people stoned on pot to our problem with drinking and driving..jmho