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  1. Marijuana is not addictive. It is safer than caffeine, sucrose, alcohol, most Pharmaceuticals, and a lot of other things we consume. If you would think you're addicted to marijuana it's all in your head.

  2. Clearly the only way to stay on the winning team is to smoke as much as afro samurai , i have a big problem with money grabbers talking about habits in an under flourished unflavoured life ,you have now succumb to the overwhelming right of herbsmen and will soon be overtaken by the subcultures birthed from weed whos styles dilute into humanities every cell every brick changed in an exceedingly megalithic wall

  3. Sounds like you're describing sugar addiction. Those studies actually show the effects are temporary even in youth. Marijuana Use Disorder is just another made up problem in the DSM like "shopping addiction" They make shit up so BigPharma and the other medical rackets (like addiction recovery mills) can make profits. Cannabis NEVER kills, NEVER shuts down organs, and CB receptors are easily reset in 48 hours. Newsy is another name for #FakeNews #ReeferMadness Free The Plant, Free The People!

  4. ANTI WEED PROPAGANDA. UNSUBBED. IT DOENS TTAKE BIGGER AND BIGGER DOSES. STOP FOR A DAY OR 2 AMD TOLERANCE GOES DOWN. YOU EVER SUCKED A DICK FOR MARIJUANA? NOW THATS ADDICTION……

  5. Sorry but there is quite a bit of extremely smart and successful people who smoked weed.

    Carl Sagan
    Barack Obama
    James Franco
    Steve Jobs
    and so many more modernly,
    but then there are also huge amounts of historic examples as well

    William Shakespeare (found cannabis in clay pipes at his home)
    Queen Victoria (was prescribed cannabis for her menstrual cramps)]
    James Monroe the 5th president of the US (was introduced to hashish while he was serving as ambassador to France, and he continued to enjoy the smoke until he was seventy-three years old.)
    John F. Kennedy (not only did he use it for back pains, but was a recreational user as well)
    Francis Crick (one of the 2 scientists to discover DNA used both Cannabis and LSD)
    Robert Hooke (discoverer of the cell experimented with cannabis)

    Both of these modern and historic lists could be much longer, but this is a good sampling of people

  6. 2.7 million?? That's a relatively small number compared to the 300 Million + of the American population. 1 & 1/10th…

    🤔… I wonder if it's the famed "picogram" that Jon Jones fumbles over intentionally?

  7. I live in Florida and weed here is allowed medicinally of course which involves removing the THC element to prevent that high and doing weed before your brain finished developing at 25 is dangerous and could lead to either dependency or addiction 9-17 percent is small but still noticeable.

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