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How Dangerous is Marijuana

It refers to the dried leaves, flowers, stems and seeds from the hemp plant called Cannabis sativa. It is the third most popular recreational drug in America. THC is the main active chemical constituent absorbed into the bloodstream. THC crosses into the bloodstream and acts on the rain, flooding the receptors with the brain’s reward chemicals and producing the high effect.

Marijuana produces a high that generally make the user feel more relaxed, happy and more talkative. It can also increase appetite. The effects on health of marijuana are increased heart rate, respiratory problems, and increased risk of problems for an unborn baby. It also affects your performance in school or work, impaired driving and it could be a potential; gateway to other drugs. The withdrawal symptoms of this drug include irritability, anxiety and nervousness, anger and aggression, loss of appetite, excessive sweating, disturbed and restless sleep.

How Dangerous is Marijuana