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    Posted December 30, 2013 by
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    Does marijuana help you?


    Marijuana facts

     

    Any form of synthetic Marijuana is horrible do not ever take it. It can damage your brain and ruin your life. However medicinal marijuana grown from this earth using water and sunlight (all natural Marijuana) is 100 percent safe. Yes some users may experience different reactions but their has never been a single case of somebody dying from a Marijuana overdose. In fact I know many people with cancer and who have gone through major surgeries that have been helped immensely by marijuana. For cancer patients it can help calm their nerves and give them an appetite especially marijuana with high THC levels. When somebody has suffered from physical pain Marijuana with high levels of cbd's found it helped relieve their pain. Aldo if the thc makes you have a forgetful memory then the cbds should do that less. This however is all speaking of medicinal uses. Marijuana is also thought to help prevent cancer. We are all made with Cannabinoid receptors built in our brain and the effect marijuana has on us all depends on how those receptors react to the cannabis in the marijuana. This story about Emily is very sad and I believe it is very important people are aware of the dangers of synthetic Marijuana as well as synthetic molly and bath salts. I would not recommend ANY forms of synthetic drugs and I feel parents should teach their children what it is and not to do it. I wish the best of luck to Emily and her family in her recovery and in their efforts to bring awarness to those who need it! As far as natural marijuana being legal im all for it! I hope California is next in the legalization process!

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