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Cannabis "The green Gold"
Cannabis "The green Gold"
Cannabis "The green Gold"
Cannabis "The green Gold"
Cannabis "The green Gold"
Cannabis "The green Gold"
Cannabis "The green Gold"
Cannabis "The green Gold"
Cannabis "The green Gold"
Cannabis "The green Gold"
Cannabis "The green Gold"
Cannabis "The green Gold"
Cannabis "The green Gold"
Cannabis "The green Gold"
Cannabis "The green Gold"
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Cannabis "The green Gold"

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  • 1. Cannabis
  • 2. What is Cannabis?•Marijuana is a green, brown, or gray mixtureof dried, shredded leaves, stems, seeds andflowers of the cannabis or hemp plant.•Hash is dark brown or black and comes insolid chunks.•Hash and hash oil are made from a stickyresin on the cannabis plant.
  • 3. What are 4 ways of consuming it?• Smoking-as a joint, pipe, bong, water pipe or in a blunt• Inhaling-hash oil using hot knives• Eaten-in brownies or baked foods• Drinking-an “herbal” tea
  • 4. Physical Effects• Heart rate and cerebral blood flow increases (increased risk of MI)• Bronchial passages dilate• Blood vessels in eyes enlarge• Dry mouth• Increased appetite• Reduction of nausea• Pain may be reduced
  • 5. Medicinal Uses
  • 6. Health Risks• Effects the respiratory and cardiovascular systems• Increases the risk of head and neck cancer• Chronic users of marijuana tend to be heavy smokers, compounding their health risks
  • 7. Emotional Effects• Euphoria –pleasant sensations, feelings of well-being• Relaxed, possibly sleepy• May feel depressed, anxious, fearful or panicky• Hallucinations, delusions have been reported with high doses
  • 8. Cognitive Effects• Perceptions more intense• Time and space distortions• Diminished short-term memory• Inability to pay attention and concentrate
  • 9. Effects on School and Social Life• Lower grades• Psychological (depression and anxiety)• Reduced ability to learn and remember information• Reduced coping skills• Reduced persistence
  • 10. Is Cannabis Addictive?• When regular smokers quit they:• have more difficulty sleeping• increased craving• are more aggressive• are more irritable• These symptoms rarely last more than a few days
  • 11. Should Marijuana legalize?
  • 12. Human Rights & Medical Use• Medicinal purposes• The use of marijuana by people suffering from terminal illnesses and chronic conditions• Save the Earth

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