 People around the world have been smoking marijuana for
thousands of years while also using the hemp plant for everythin...
 Marijuana was class C but it recently went back
to class B.
 The class of a drug is basically how strong or
hardcore a ...
 Some of the nicknames of marijuana are
Bruccolt, B-40, Ace, Clicker, Ganja, and Herb.
 It gives you yellow teeth, mental and physical
inability, and short term memory.
 Marijuana is illegal but people can vote to
make it legal.
 Long term dangers of marijuana are lung cancer, death,
increases of heart rate, and acute panic.
 Short term effects of...
 Common treatments are rehabs, self control,
drug free programs, and sports.
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  1. 1.  People around the world have been smoking marijuana for thousands of years while also using the hemp plant for everything from fabric and rope to ethanol fuel. Unfortunately, somewhere along the way, a man with a bit of power and enough determination decided pot was wicked, evil and narcotic. He moved mountains to make it illegal worldwide.
  2. 2.  Marijuana was class C but it recently went back to class B.  The class of a drug is basically how strong or hardcore a drug is.
  3. 3.  Some of the nicknames of marijuana are Bruccolt, B-40, Ace, Clicker, Ganja, and Herb.
  4. 4.  It gives you yellow teeth, mental and physical inability, and short term memory.
  5. 5.  Marijuana is illegal but people can vote to make it legal.
  6. 6.  Long term dangers of marijuana are lung cancer, death, increases of heart rate, and acute panic.  Short term effects of marijuana memory/learning lose, lose of coordination, and heart attacks.
  7. 7.  Common treatments are rehabs, self control, drug free programs, and sports.

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