MARIJUANA EFFECTS INCLUDE HOLES IN THE BRAIN
by Stephanie Relfe
While growing hemp for industrial use is an really excellent way to help the world and boost the economy, taking marijuana for recreational or even for medical use is a very, very bad idea, even though some recent headlines may have given you and idea to the contrary.
Since a picture is worth a thousands words, please study this. You will see that marijuana, like other any other drug,puts holes in the brain:
Brain scans by the Amen clinics
If you have cancer, marijuana that puts holes in the brain is not the answer. There are literally dozens of healthy ways to heal cancer. See www.CancerTutor.org.
Any drug which affects your mind, is not good for your body, mind or spirit.
People do not have health or emotional problems because of a drug deficit. There is a cause of any problem. Find the cause of the problem, and you will be able to heal the problem.
Anyone who uses marijuana will suffer side effects – it’s just a matter of when and how severe they will be.
A drug of addiction cannot be used safely because it is harmful.
There are no proven benefits to the use of marijuana.
You become dependent upon marijuana to make you feel ‘normal’.
You become dependent upon marijuana to make you feel comfortable when interacting socially.
You become dependent upon marijuana to help you think.
You become dependent upon marijuana to relieve boredom –
Which is caused by the drug in the first place!
Marijuana is more addictive than heroin.
Marijuana detox takes far longer than heroin detox.
The symptoms of marijuana detox can be just as severe as heroin.
Marijuana is a ‘gateway’ drug for youth. That is, it leads to the use of other drugs.
MENTAL EFFECTS INCLUDE:
Decreased ability to take in, process and use new information.
Decreased long & short term memory recall.
Decreased self esteem.
Decreased attention span.
Drug induced psychosis.
EMOTIONAL EFFECTS INCLUDE –
Uncontrollable anger & aggression.
75% of the people in our mental health system are there because of drug related psychosis. Young people are most at risk because they have not fully developed physically, emotionally or mentally.
Rare head and neck cancers, which used to be seen in the 60+ age group, are increasingly common in young cannabis users.
Males can become more feminine, fewer sperm are produced and some are abnormal. Impotence can occur.
Blood pressure rises to the levels of real stress. Blood flow to the brain is affected.
Schizophrenia can be precipitated or worsened by using cannabis. Cannabis psychosis is common.
RESEARCH HAS SHOWN THAT MARIJUANA IS A HARMFUL DRUG!
It is a drug of dependence.
It is psychologically addictive and has the capacity to cause physical addiction.
It is carcinogenic and can cause cancer of the mouth, tongue, larynx, jaw, neck and lungs.
Marijuana smoke not only produces airway injury, lung inflammation and acute and chronic bronchitis, but it also decreases the pulmonary system’s ability to fight infection.
A single joint of marijuana can deposit up to four times the amount of cancer-causing tar in the airway compared to one cigarette.
Marijuana is also capable of causing the user to suffer from paranoid reactions, confusion, delusions, hallucinations and toxic psychosis.
Marijuana has been proven to trigger attacks of mental illness such as bipolar (manic-depressive) psychosis.
Marijuana is responsible for the adult onset of Schizophrenia, for which there is no cure.
Evidence has shown that marijuana users are six times more likely to develop schizophrenia than non-users.
Marijuana is mutagenic (capable of causing mutations) and foetotoxic (poisonous to the foetus).
It has been proven to cause genetic mutations in both the mother and the unborn child.
Mothers who smoke marijuana just before or during pregnancy are 10 to 11 times more likely to cause their child to develop “Childhood Leukaemia”.
If you’re male: marijuana diminishes testosterone levels and lowers your sperm count and motility level.
Long-term use of marijuana can cause irreversible damage to the area of the brain associated with memory.
Short-term use of marijuana can impair or reduce your short-term memory and ability to concentrate, judge distance and react swiftly in a dangerous situation such as driving.
Children who are parentally exposed to marijuana have been shown to have increased behavioural problems as well as decreased visual perception and language comprehension.
Research shows that children exposed to marijuana by their parents have a lower IQ level compared to children who were not.
If there is one drug that America should make legal, it would be ibogaine, since this drug has been shown to remove drug addiction of all drugs, within 24 hours, with no side effects, with a 70% success rate. It is legal in nearly every country in the world, except for the USA and Belgium. Ibogaine should only ever be taken while under the care of licensed physicians.
Many people who take drugs do so to feel better. There are safe ways to do this, including natural health methods such as kinesiology which uses muscle testing, fulfilling your life’s purpose and developing a personal relationship with God.
For people with cancer, note that marijuana is carcinogenic. Please research natural methods which are safe and do not cause holes in the brain. The best place to start is www.CancerTutor.org.
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