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    lungs than cigarettes. They say that marijuana causes lung cancers faster and that there are great health v.s. a cigarette. So I did a little research, as was stated by Mike Adams, in an article called, Are Cigarettes More Dangerous than Marijuana?, he said, “ Despite the controversy surrounding marijuana not being FDA approved, medical experts insist there is increasing evidence to suggest that smoking marijuana is less of…

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    this nation, as it would lead to wider smoking of cannabis, resulting in impairment of cognitive functioning. The either/or debate on legalization of marijuana can seem uncomplicated but in actual People 's responses are surprisingly absurd when asked why they smoke marijuana—just for the high of it. Is the high that good? Hate to disappoint, but the high is not worth it. In a news report by Jason Koebler, it was said, "people who begin smoking marijuana as teenagers and continued into…

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    say that weed is bad and shouldn’t be legalized. They have some very good points as to why this may be. These points include that the bad effects of smoking always outweigh the good and that since it’s already illegal then it must be bad. It is also said that it is a gateway drug. People argue that it’s as addictive as heroin, it’ll screw up the economy, and that it’ll have a negative effect on everyone’s health. The first point against it is that the bad effects of smoking marijuana outweigh…

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    Overview The US Cannabis has grown in size and popularity and products are still in need of improvement in certain areas. The cannabis market is fractured due to differing state laws and lacks an overarching presence. Therefore, mainstream branding and loyalty is lacking as well. Vaporizers and alternative, Cannabis-based products are also in constant need of improvement and are increasingly demanded. There were no previously compiled data or articles that gave any direct information regarding…

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    Marijuana is a plant, also known as cannabis, when it’s grown, it produces butt that create a substance known as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Cannabis can also be hemp. So what is hemp? A hemp is the most durable natural soft fiber on the face of this plant. Hemp can be used to produce a rope that is one of the strongest known ropes to the mankind, and can also produce paper. Marijuana has been a huge part of our history, it was used by Chinese for its healing proprieties, and in American…

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    Cannabis Sativa: Biological Effects on the Human Body and Carcinoma Cannabis has been around for centuries the earliest written record of it was in 2727 B.C. by Emperor Shen Nung from China. In 1545 cannabis spread to the western hemisphere by Spaniards where it was imported and used as fiber by Chile. Before 1545 Ancient Greeks, Romans, North Africans North Americans, and the Islamic empire were familiar with cannabis. Cannabis sativa grows in the wild in several tropical and humid areas of…

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    serious and deadly drugs such as heroin or cocaine, as well as its effects on the brain both short and long term. In order to attempt to fully break down this issue, one must first understand the history of cannabis, its different forms, and the many different uses for the drug. Another…

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    Cannabis, cannabis, cannabis; easily one of the biggest recreational drugs, however, does the worlds most popular drug have any side effects? Well that is exactly what the film “The Downside of High” presented by David Suzuki aims at examining. The documentary takes a look at a bunch of different studies that have taken place since the late 1980s and how those studies help clarify the topic of pot and schizophrenia. Some of they key points that the films put out is that most people who…

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    "I now have absolute proof that smoking even one marijuana cigarette is equal in brain damage to being on Bikini Island during an H-bomb blast.” -- Ronald Reagan. There has been so many different types of research on this specific plant about the positive and negative possibilities it can have on our world. Many people argue about how it can benefit for medical studies. Marijuana. Weed. Pot. Whatever you want to name it, it 's one of the most popular illegal substances in the world,…

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    nausea, vomiting, anorexia, peripheral neuropathy and muscle spasticity in conditions such as multiple sclerosis. AIDS, and cancer. I. Background Information- Cannabis sativa, or marijuana as we have come know, has been around for five millennia and used medically throughout the world to treat many medical ailments, which include pain, whooping cough, asthma and anxiety. A. Therefore, regardless of the fact cannabis utilization does not have the evidence-based controlled trials to merit the…

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