A team of international researchers decided to take cannabis smokers under the microscope. The purpose of the study was to determine the quality of personal and professional life of cannabis users. The research group included doctors from UC Davis, Duke University, Arizona State University, Kings College London and the University of Otago in New Zealand. The study sample consisted of individuals born in 1972 and 1973 in Dunedin. The study was then systematically repeated at a frequency of 2-6 years to obtain as much data as possible.
Cannabis is most often contrasted with the readily available and fully legal drug of alcohol. According to the addiction classification of drugs, cannabis is low to moderately addictive. Alcohol, on the other hand, is nearly highly addictive. It is virtually impossible to overdose on cannabis, which is not the case with alcohol. Moreover, the health costs associated with alcohol use are eight times higher than those associated with cannabis use. At first glance, cannabis remains much safer, but what is the long-term impact of THC use?
The effects of excessive use of pot have a far more destructive effect on the human body in terms of decreased muscle growth, avitaminosis, nerve cell death and even cancer. Despite the relative safety that comes with taking cannabis, the THC in it somehow affects professional and personal lives. At least that's the conclusion reached by a team of international epidemiologists and psychologists. What advantages do you see in recreational marijuana use?