Hi! I am Jay. Like you, I used to enjoy Marijuana in the past years. But now, as I grew older, I realized that it’s time to stop. You, too, might be having a hard time to stop smoking weed that is why you are here. Upon searching, what have you found so far? Are there some really relevant and effective encouragements you found? If none yet, I bet all the information and help you are seeking for are here. Don’t look too far. One by one, I’m going to walk you through a definitely high in motivation and positivism life.
We’ll start off with how I learned about marijuana. When I was 20, my friends were users. I had nobody to hang out with except them. That is what experts often call as peer pressure. That group of mine pulled me to what was wrong but I had to go along. For so many years, I got addicted to the feeling it brought me every time I smoke. By the time my friends had to stop smoking weed, I didn’t know how make myself stop. I had to devote my life to my family but I wasn’t able to. I married my wife at 36 and we had a miserable life. I had a miserable family life because of the choices that I didn’t stand with. At 41, when I was able to lose everything, I decided to really quit smoking weed.
I started searching on the internet about marijuana or the cannabis sativa and found that it has varieties of names besides those that I already knew like ganja, pot, Mary Jane, reefer, and grass. It is the most commonly abused drugs in the United States where 37% percent of youths ages 12-17 have smoked marijuana at least once a month and this statistic has not changed since 2000. This makes marijuana as some sort of “entry level” drug of choice as more often than not, the marijuana user eventually graduates to using stronger drugs.
We call the hand rolled cigarettes joints. It includes the shredded dried leaves, stems, and flowers of cannabis sativa. Some use pipes or water pipes called bongs while other Marijuana users brew tea or mix it into foods like brownies, cakes and even salads.
Studies have shown that marijuana smoke contains 400 chemicals, including most of the harmful ones found in tobacco smoke and it also deposits 4 times more tar in the lungs. Around 7000 published medical and scientific studies document the ill effects of smoking marijuana and these studies show that marijuana users have a 104 percent higher risk of graduating into the use of harder drugs like cocaine and a 5 times higher risk of having a heart attack.
The major active chemical in marijuana is delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), as THC enters the brain it causes the user to feel euphoric – or “high” – by stimulating the
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