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Old 01-11-2018, 03:03 AM   #61
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In the rush to make pot legal I've not seen a discussion of the negative health effects of its smoke. Cannabis is not free from the ill health effects of inhaled tobacco smoke, is it?
yes it is, thankfully. THC has caused coin lesions in the lung to totally disappear. I've not seen any studies (or comments even) that claimed proof of medical conditions caused by smoking pot. I have however seen many testimonials of aches and pains that have been curried or symptoms relieved.
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Old 01-11-2018, 05:42 AM   #62
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In the rush to make pot legal I've not seen a discussion of the negative health effects of its smoke. Cannabis is not free from the ill health effects of inhaled tobacco smoke, is it?
Study: Smoking Marijuana Not Linked with Lung Damage | TIME.com

And of course vaping or bong usage shifts things as well. According to my friends
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THC has caused coin lesions in the lung to totally disappear.
Can you cite a reputable source for this claim?

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i can, but not willing to do the research again. i found it over 4 years ago Google is my friend
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i can, but not willing to do the research again. i found it over 4 years ago Google is my friend
Well Google is my friend also, and I couldn't a reputable source.

More than likely, you read it on one of those sites promoting pot, and I surely wouldn't consider them reputable for anything medical unless they quoted a reputable source.

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More than likely, you read it on one of those sites promoting pot, and I surely wouldn't consider them reputable for anything medical unless they quoted a reputable source. m
The topic is investing. If the concern is that the future investment potential of marijuana companies will be reduced due to marijuana related health concerns, I don't see it. History shows that humans will knowingly engage in all kinds of "risky" behavior if they enjoy it in some way and mere risk does not warrant banning in a free society; case in point, alcohol and cigarettes.

Most agree that marijuana is wrongly classified as a schedule 1 drug and that it is heading towards full legalization in the US and Canada over the next few years. Along with legalization comes huge sums of money pulled from the current black market into the stock market.
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