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Smoking Pot - Why You Shouldn't Do It?



A weed is a plant regarded as undesirable in some circumstances, usually in a human-managed setting. An example most commonly found in residential neighborhoods is marijuana, with an estimated 1.9 million people having at least one marijuana-related conviction in the United States.

Weed is not only a legal problem but also an addiction problem; therefore, it is not uncommon to see medical and Recreational Marijuana Treatment centers springing up almost overnight. The issue of weed and addiction is not a new one, but there has been a recent increase in the sheer number of cases being reported. Many medical professionals feel that the solution is simply a matter of public education, yet a quick look around the street will prove this not to be the case.

In the United States, marijuana is widely grown, sold, and smoked. However, it is illegal to consume any form of cannabis in most states (including the District of Columbia). In many places, it is unlawful to drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Many states across the country have either legalized medical marijuana use or have legalized the personal use of cannabis for medicinal purposes.

Recreational cannabis is available from online retail stores to lounges in coffee shops across the U.S., although smoking, selling, and consuming cannabis in public remain illegal in many states. Many state governments across the U.S. have implemented taxes, levies, and regulations intended to control the sale and distribution of marijuana.

While many users of recreational marijuana see the plant as less harmful than alcohol or cigarettes, the potential abuse of weed runs far more profound. The smoke from a marijuana plant is full of dozens of different chemicals known as THMs, shown in studies to cause a wide range of developmental problems ranging from premature birth to learning disabilities.

Recreational users of weed are more likely than others to have an addiction problem, with long-term user groups experiencing withdrawal symptoms such as anxiety, paranoia, dizziness, nausea, and lethargy. With all this potential harm in one's system, why would anyone want to smoke pot?

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