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Health

  1. 1. By: Greg Rosenthal And Trevor Sequino
  2. 2. Marijuana can be the color green, brown, or grey It is dry shredded leaves, stems, flowers and seeds
  3. 3. What are the street names for Marijuana? There are multiple street names but three of them are: 1. Weed 2. Pot 3. Ganja
  4. 4. How is Marijuana Used      Marijuana is smoked It is usually smoked in something calld a joint It can be smoked in a bong or pipe also. It can also be smoked in a blunt which is a hollowed out cigar filled with marijuana Joint- is a cigarette with Marijuana inside
  5. 5. Is Marijuana considered a stimulant, a depressant or a hallucinogen    Marijuana is considered a hallucinogen A hallucinogen is something that changes how you think of reality at the time you are taking a drug. Marijuana is considered a hallucinogen because it makes you feel very relaxed and out of it.
  6. 6.    This has been a highly talked about argument. Right now it is classified as a psychologically addictive drug Some people say it could be mildly addictive but as of right now it is psychologically addictive
  7. 7.       The short term affects are Anxiety Memory loss Can not think straight Heart rate rising Altered perception
  8. 8.       The Long Term effects for marijuana are not fully known but they assums that some of them are Possibly cancer Repertory Problems Could harm your immune system Hurts the lungs defense system Can cause breathing problems
  9. 9.   Marijuana is distributed usually through dealers illegally Marijuana comes from cannabis plants.
  10. 10.   Marijuana affects the brain as the THC goes through your lungs into your bloodstream. It is illegal in the United States to have possession of marijuana.
  11. 11.     http://www.drugabuse.gov/Infofacts/marijua http://www.well.com/user/woa/fspot.htm http://alcoholism.about.com/od/pot/a/effe http://www.drugfree.org/Portal/drug_guide/

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