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negative implications of cannabis abuse
Cannabis, commonly known as Marijuana, is the most often used illicit drug in the usa. According
to National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), there were about 15.2 million previous
month users in America in 2008. It also said that roughly 2.2 million people used Marijuana for the
very first time in 2008. This averages to about 6,000 Marijuana initiates daily. Many people are
order weed online becoming addicted to Marijuana, ignorant of its detrimental effects on health.
Nowadays, Cannabis abuse is a significant concern due to its negative consequences on general
physical, mental and oral health.
There are three chief forms of Cannabis: Marijuana, Hash and Hash oil, all of which include the
main psychoactive constituent, 'Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol', simply called as THC. Cannabis
abuse affects almost every system of the body such as the cardiovascular, respiratory, mental
and oral systems. Some of the negative consequences of Cannabis abuse are:
Effects on general health
According to National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), heart rate is increased by 20 to 100
percent soon after smoking Marijuana. It is also estimated that Marijuana users have almost five
times danger of heart attack at the first hour after smoking Marijuana. Aging people or Cannabis
Culture people with cardiac vulnerabilities are going to be at higher risk.