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Cannabis Harms: Here’s the science that proves it:

People need to be aware that when the cannabinoid, THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) the psychoactive ingredient giving the ‘high’ in cannabis enters the brain, it sets in motion a chain of reactions that are inevitable, unpredictable, random and uncontrollable.

The chemicals taking messages from neuron (brain cell) to neuron are called neurotransmitters. There are dozens of them each performing their own specific functions. The gap between neurons is called the synapse, neurotransmitters cross this gap and fit into receptor sites by shape on the next cell.

THC mimics one of our most abundant neurotransmitters called anandamide. It is an endo-cannabinoid (produced in the body). Both occupy the same cannabinoid receptor sites, but THC will be present in much greater quantities.

Anandamide regulates how active neurons are, and how much neurotransmitter they release. This acts as a sort of ‘dimmer’ switch, slowing down communication between cells and keeping all the circulating chemicals on an even keel and in balance (homeostasis). Levels of the neurotransmitters, dopamine, serotonin, endorphins etc for pleasure, mood, appetite, motivation, body movement, cognition, concentration. memory, brain development etc are all kept in balance by anandamide.

But THC is much stronger and persistent. Being foreign to the body it has no enzymes to break it down, it is fat-soluble so remains in the fatty brain cells, around 50% for a week, 10% for a month, with traces for weeks afterwards, all the time giving out signals and interfering with total brain functioning.

Even one joint/month will ensure a permanent presence of THC, and as Professor Sir Robin Murray says, ‘users will be in a state of low grade intoxication most of the time’.


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Opiates have killed thousands upon thousands.

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Cannabis, not so much.

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Cannabis is neither the devil, nor is it a magic unicorn. The truth about pot is very much in the middle of what fanatics on both sides think.

Oh, just in case you don't know, you are absolutely a fanatic.
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Cannabis Harms: Here’s the science that proves it:

People need to be aware that when the cannabinoid, THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) the psychoactive ingredient giving the ‘high’ in cannabis enters the brain, it sets in motion a chain of reactions that are inevitable, unpredictable, random and uncontrollable.

The chemicals taking messages from neuron (brain cell) to neuron are called neurotransmitters. There are dozens of them each performing their own specific functions. The gap between neurons is called the synapse, neurotransmitters cross this gap and fit into receptor sites by shape on the next cell.

THC mimics one of our most abundant neurotransmitters called anandamide. It is an endo-cannabinoid (produced in the body). Both occupy the same cannabinoid receptor sites, but THC will be present in much greater quantities.

Anandamide regulates how active neurons are, and how much neurotransmitter they release. This acts as a sort of ‘dimmer’ switch, slowing down communication between cells and keeping all the circulating chemicals on an even keel and in balance (homeostasis). Levels of the neurotransmitters, dopamine, serotonin, endorphins etc for pleasure, mood, appetite, motivation, body movement, cognition, concentration. memory, brain development etc are all kept in balance by anandamide.

But THC is much stronger and persistent. Being foreign to the body it has no enzymes to break it down, it is fat-soluble so remains in the fatty brain cells, around 50% for a week, 10% for a month, with traces for weeks afterwards, all the time giving out signals and interfering with total brain functioning.

Even one joint/month will ensure a permanent presence of THC, and as Professor Sir Robin Murray says, ‘users will be in a state of low grade intoxication most of the time’.


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I must be in a high grade of intoxication most of the time !
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I must be in a high grade of intoxication most of the time !
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So you are a admitted drug addict?

I hope you don't drive a vehicle.
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Cannabis Harms: Here’s the science that proves it:

People need to be aware that when the cannabinoid, THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) the psychoactive ingredient giving the ‘high’ in cannabis enters the brain, it sets in motion a chain of reactions that are inevitable, unpredictable, random and uncontrollable.

The chemicals taking messages from neuron (brain cell) to neuron are called neurotransmitters. There are dozens of them each performing their own specific functions. The gap between neurons is called the synapse, neurotransmitters cross this gap and fit into receptor sites by shape on the next cell.

THC mimics one of our most abundant neurotransmitters called anandamide. It is an endo-cannabinoid (produced in the body). Both occupy the same cannabinoid receptor sites, but THC will be present in much greater quantities.

Anandamide regulates how active neurons are, and how much neurotransmitter they release. This acts as a sort of ‘dimmer’ switch, slowing down communication between cells and keeping all the circulating chemicals on an even keel and in balance (homeostasis). Levels of the neurotransmitters, dopamine, serotonin, endorphins etc for pleasure, mood, appetite, motivation, body movement, cognition, concentration. memory, brain development etc are all kept in balance by anandamide.

But THC is much stronger and persistent. Being foreign to the body it has no enzymes to break it down, it is fat-soluble so remains in the fatty brain cells, around 50% for a week, 10% for a month, with traces for weeks afterwards, all the time giving out signals and interfering with total brain functioning.

Even one joint/month will ensure a permanent presence of THC, and as Professor Sir Robin Murray says, ‘users will be in a state of low grade intoxication most of the time’.


---Less Than 50%---

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Cannabis Harms: Here’s the science that proves it:

People need to be aware that when the cannabinoid, THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) the psychoactive ingredient giving the ‘high’ in cannabis enters the brain, it sets in motion a chain of reactions that are inevitable, unpredictable, random and uncontrollable.

The chemicals taking messages from neuron (brain cell) to neuron are called neurotransmitters. There are dozens of them each performing their own specific functions. The gap between neurons is called the synapse, neurotransmitters cross this gap and fit into receptor sites by shape on the next cell.

THC mimics one of our most abundant neurotransmitters called anandamide. It is an endo-cannabinoid (produced in the body). Both occupy the same cannabinoid receptor sites, but THC will be present in much greater quantities.

Anandamide regulates how active neurons are, and how much neurotransmitter they release. This acts as a sort of ‘dimmer’ switch, slowing down communication between cells and keeping all the circulating chemicals on an even keel and in balance (homeostasis). Levels of the neurotransmitters, dopamine, serotonin, endorphins etc for pleasure, mood, appetite, motivation, body movement, cognition, concentration. memory, brain development etc are all kept in balance by anandamide.

But THC is much stronger and persistent. Being foreign to the body it has no enzymes to break it down, it is fat-soluble so remains in the fatty brain cells, around 50% for a week, 10% for a month, with traces for weeks afterwards, all the time giving out signals and interfering with total brain functioning.

Even one joint/month will ensure a permanent presence of THC, and as Professor Sir Robin Murray says, ‘users will be in a state of low grade intoxication most of the time’.


---Less Than 50%---

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jay
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OP go away and take your Heroin.
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Doesn't effect reflexes like alcohol or prescription drugs, impaired is not even comparable until they get that straight fuck off about operating a vehicle, how many accidents you been in?
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Why not vaccines,
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Radiation, chemtrails, anything more deserving?
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Doesn't effect reflexes like alcohol or prescription drugs, impaired is not even comparable until they get that straight fuck off about operating a vehicle, how many accidents you been in?
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Been driving for nearly 30 years and have had 1 minor bump.
Cannabis destroys the heart and vascular system, dangerously lowers blood pressure and causes psychosis and paranoia

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Why not vaccines,
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I have the flu vaccine every year because I have to take immune suppressants.
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The poster admits and posts the following in his cannabis threads

I take 50mg of amitriptyline in morning & night
60mg codeine 4 x day
10-20mg morphine 4 x a day
100mg tramadol 4 x a day
300mg gabapentin 4 x a day
Diazapam when needed
also Methotrexate weekly, steroids and ibuprofen

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My response is the following
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The more common side effects of amitriptyline can include:
confusion.
numbness and tingling in your arms and legs.
headache.
constipation or diarrhea.
blurred vision.
skin rash.
swelling of your face and tongue.
nausea.


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The more common side effects of codeine can include:
Bloating
blurred vision
chills
cold, clammy skin
confusion
constipation
darkened urine
difficult or troubled breathing
dizziness
dizziness, faintness, or lightheadedness when getting up suddenly from a lying or sitting position
fainting
fast, irregular, pounding, or racing heartbeat or pulse
fast, weak pulse
feeling of warmth
fever
indigestion
irregular, fast or slow, or shallow breathing
lightheadedness
loss of appetite
nausea
no blood pressure or pulse
no breathing
pains in the stomach, side, or abdomen, possibly radiating to the back
pale or blue lips, fingernails, or skin
redness of the face, neck, arms, and occasionally, upper chest
stopping of the heart
sweating
unconsciousness
unusual tiredness or weakness
vomiting
yellow eyes or skin

=====================================================

The more common side effects of morphine can include:
Blurred vision
bulging soft spot on the head of an infant
burning, crawling, itching, numbness, prickling, "pins and needles", or tingling feelings
change in the ability to see colors, especially blue or yellow
chest pain or discomfort
chills
confusion
cough
decreased urination
dizziness, faintness, or lightheadedness when getting up suddenly from a lying or sitting position
fainting
fast, pounding, or irregular heartbeat or pulse
headache
hives, itching, or skin rash
increased sweating
loss of appetite
nausea
nervousness
pounding in the ears
puffiness or swelling of the eyelids or around the eyes, face, lips, or tongue
severe constipation
severe vomiting
shakiness in the legs, arms, hands, or feet
slow heartbeat
stomach pain
sweating
vomiting

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Disregarding his posts seems to be the order of the day.
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Cannabis Harms: Here’s the science that proves it:

People need to be aware that when the cannabinoid, THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) the psychoactive ingredient giving the ‘high’ in cannabis enters the brain, it sets in motion a chain of reactions that are inevitable, unpredictable, random and uncontrollable.

The chemicals taking messages from neuron (brain cell) to neuron are called neurotransmitters. There are dozens of them each performing their own specific functions. The gap between neurons is called the synapse, neurotransmitters cross this gap and fit into receptor sites by shape on the next cell.

THC mimics one of our most abundant neurotransmitters called anandamide. It is an endo-cannabinoid (produced in the body). Both occupy the same cannabinoid receptor sites, but THC will be present in much greater quantities.

Anandamide regulates how active neurons are, and how much neurotransmitter they release. This acts as a sort of ‘dimmer’ switch, slowing down communication between cells and keeping all the circulating chemicals on an even keel and in balance (homeostasis). Levels of the neurotransmitters, dopamine, serotonin, endorphins etc for pleasure, mood, appetite, motivation, body movement, cognition, concentration. memory, brain development etc are all kept in balance by anandamide.

But THC is much stronger and persistent. Being foreign to the body it has no enzymes to break it down, it is fat-soluble so remains in the fatty brain cells, around 50% for a week, 10% for a month, with traces for weeks afterwards, all the time giving out signals and interfering with total brain functioning.

Even one joint/month will ensure a permanent presence of THC, and as Professor Sir Robin Murray says, ‘users will be in a state of low grade intoxication most of the time’.


---Less Than 50%---

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jay
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OP go away and take your Heroin.
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I don't take illegal drugs.
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Go rape your mum in her grave you putrid inbred
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Go rape your mum in her grave you putrid inbred
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Now that just ain't cool, bro. naughty
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Cannabis Harms: Here’s the science that proves it:

People need to be aware that when the cannabinoid, THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) the psychoactive ingredient giving the ‘high’ in cannabis enters the brain, it sets in motion a chain of reactions that are inevitable, unpredictable, random and uncontrollable.

The chemicals taking messages from neuron (brain cell) to neuron are called neurotransmitters. There are dozens of them each performing their own specific functions. The gap between neurons is called the synapse, neurotransmitters cross this gap and fit into receptor sites by shape on the next cell.

THC mimics one of our most abundant neurotransmitters called anandamide. It is an endo-cannabinoid (produced in the body). Both occupy the same cannabinoid receptor sites, but THC will be present in much greater quantities.

Anandamide regulates how active neurons are, and how much neurotransmitter they release. This acts as a sort of ‘dimmer’ switch, slowing down communication between cells and keeping all the circulating chemicals on an even keel and in balance (homeostasis). Levels of the neurotransmitters, dopamine, serotonin, endorphins etc for pleasure, mood, appetite, motivation, body movement, cognition, concentration. memory, brain development etc are all kept in balance by anandamide.

But THC is much stronger and persistent. Being foreign to the body it has no enzymes to break it down, it is fat-soluble so remains in the fatty brain cells, around 50% for a week, 10% for a month, with traces for weeks afterwards, all the time giving out signals and interfering with total brain functioning.

Even one joint/month will ensure a permanent presence of THC, and as Professor Sir Robin Murray says, ‘users will be in a state of low grade intoxication most of the time’.


---Less Than 50%---

[link to www.cannabisskunksense.co.uk (secure)]


jay
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stfu

All you continue to do is make yourself look ignorant and more and more like a pyscho asshat. Just stop dude. No one gives 2-shits about your ignorant views.
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Cannabis Harms: Here’s the science that proves it:

People need to be aware that when the cannabinoid, THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) the psychoactive ingredient giving the ‘high’ in cannabis enters the brain, it sets in motion a chain of reactions that are inevitable, unpredictable, random and uncontrollable.

The chemicals taking messages from neuron (brain cell) to neuron are called neurotransmitters. There are dozens of them each performing their own specific functions. The gap between neurons is called the synapse, neurotransmitters cross this gap and fit into receptor sites by shape on the next cell.

THC mimics one of our most abundant neurotransmitters called anandamide. It is an endo-cannabinoid (produced in the body). Both occupy the same cannabinoid receptor sites, but THC will be present in much greater quantities.

Anandamide regulates how active neurons are, and how much neurotransmitter they release. This acts as a sort of ‘dimmer’ switch, slowing down communication between cells and keeping all the circulating chemicals on an even keel and in balance (homeostasis). Levels of the neurotransmitters, dopamine, serotonin, endorphins etc for pleasure, mood, appetite, motivation, body movement, cognition, concentration. memory, brain development etc are all kept in balance by anandamide.

But THC is much stronger and persistent. Being foreign to the body it has no enzymes to break it down, it is fat-soluble so remains in the fatty brain cells, around 50% for a week, 10% for a month, with traces for weeks afterwards, all the time giving out signals and interfering with total brain functioning.

Even one joint/month will ensure a permanent presence of THC, and as Professor Sir Robin Murray says, ‘users will be in a state of low grade intoxication most of the time’.


---Less Than 50%---

[link to www.cannabisskunksense.co.uk (secure)]


jay
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stfu

All you continue to do is make yourself look ignorant and more and more like a pyscho asshat. Just stop dude. No one gives 2-shits about your ignorant views.
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Well. Obviously you do or you wouldn't have taken the time to reply.

Contradict much?

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Go rape your mum in her grave you putrid inbred
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Now that just ain't cool, bro. naughty
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Thanks bro!

hf
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Go rape your mum in her grave you putrid inbred
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Now that just ain't cool, bro. naughty
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Thanks bro!

hf
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Dude!

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Doesn't effect reflexes like alcohol or prescription drugs, impaired is not even comparable until they get that straight fuck off about operating a vehicle, how many accidents you been in?
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Been driving for nearly 30 years and have had 1 minor bump.
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Go rape your mum in her grave you putrid inbred
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And you just outed yourself as a complete cunt, congrats.
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Cannabis Harms: Here’s the science that proves it:

People need to be aware that when the cannabinoid, THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) the psychoactive ingredient giving the ‘high’ in cannabis enters the brain, it sets in motion a chain of reactions that are inevitable, unpredictable, random and uncontrollable.

The chemicals taking messages from neuron (brain cell) to neuron are called neurotransmitters. There are dozens of them each performing their own specific functions. The gap between neurons is called the synapse, neurotransmitters cross this gap and fit into receptor sites by shape on the next cell.

THC mimics one of our most abundant neurotransmitters called anandamide. It is an endo-cannabinoid (produced in the body). Both occupy the same cannabinoid receptor sites, but THC will be present in much greater quantities.

Anandamide regulates how active neurons are, and how much neurotransmitter they release. This acts as a sort of ‘dimmer’ switch, slowing down communication between cells and keeping all the circulating chemicals on an even keel and in balance (homeostasis). Levels of the neurotransmitters, dopamine, serotonin, endorphins etc for pleasure, mood, appetite, motivation, body movement, cognition, concentration. memory, brain development etc are all kept in balance by anandamide.

But THC is much stronger and persistent. Being foreign to the body it has no enzymes to break it down, it is fat-soluble so remains in the fatty brain cells, around 50% for a week, 10% for a month, with traces for weeks afterwards, all the time giving out signals and interfering with total brain functioning.

Even one joint/month will ensure a permanent presence of THC, and as Professor Sir Robin Murray says, ‘users will be in a state of low grade intoxication most of the time’.


---Less Than 50%---

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jay
 Quoting: Cannabis Kills People


stfu

All you continue to do is make yourself look ignorant and more and more like a pyscho asshat. Just stop dude. No one gives 2-shits about your ignorant views.
 Quoting: Helldogg56


Well. Obviously you do or you wouldn't have taken the time to reply.

Contradict much?

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Listen man, we have all watched you post shit information and so called scientific "facts" for the past couple of months. You are obviously so bored and miserable in your life, that you constantly feel the need to instigate people - similar to how a toddler would, whom is seaking attention.

The reality here is - I've been where you are with a fucking laundry list of medications that completely fuck with your ability to live any sort of normal life. I can tell you that you are truly not happy with life, so you try and get people worked up so you can have SOMETHING happening. It is completely obvious by the way you continue to push a false agenda the way you do.

Reality here is that pot truly saved my life from the laundry list of shit they had me on prior to stopping cold turkey and changing my path.

11 years later - I've smoked every day of my life since i stopped the medications and have gone YEARS between needing to go to the doctor. To add to this - my last 3 blood tests have come back impeccable.

Cannibis doesn't kill people. In fact, it truly saved my life.

Not a soul on earth can say the same thing about the laundry list of meds you are on.

Even if someone did - the quality of life argument would take center stage.

Find another hobby, man.
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