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2022-06-27 9:20:43 PM  
everyone dies
 
2022-06-27 9:25:53 PM  
People who shower every day are 100 times more likely to slip in the shower than all non-bathers collectively.
 
2022-06-27 9:28:26 PM  
There is no way I would believe the assistant professor and clinician investigator in the division of respirology at the department of medicine at the University of Toronto.

I would need the Head professor and clinician investigator in the division of respirology at the department of medicine at the University of Toronto at the very least, or maybe his boss.
 
2022-06-27 9:29:34 PM  

Lambskincoat: People who shower every day are 100 times more likely to slip in the shower than all non-bathers collectively.


That's why I only shower when I'm stoned. It's a double negative, so it means I'm safe.
 
2022-06-27 9:30:22 PM  
and there are no valid studies on cannabis because it's illegal to study
 
2022-06-27 9:42:21 PM  
"Physical bodily injury was the leading cause of emergency department visits and hospitalizations among the cannabis users,

Yeah that doesn't happen unless it's like your first or second time smoking.
 
2022-06-27 9:44:00 PM  
Now do Gin and Tonics.
 
2022-06-27 10:28:54 PM  
Lord knows somebody might associate with jazz musicians.
 
2022-06-27 10:40:56 PM  

optikeye: Now do Gin and Tonics.


That has put me in the ER before.
 
2022-06-27 10:46:28 PM  
Hmmm ... "smoking is bad" combined with other study results that contradict the results of similar studies.
 
2022-06-28 12:08:53 AM  
The Pilgrims were separatist Puritans who fled persecution in England, first to the Netherlands and ultimately to Plymouth Plantation in 1620.[10]

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2022-06-28 3:16:40 AM  
     How about inhalants?

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2022-06-28 3:23:34 AM  

optikeye: Now do Gin and Tonics.


Gross. Who smokes tonic!?
 
2022-06-28 3:29:43 AM  

Lambskincoat: The Pilgrims were separatist Puritans who fled persecution in England, first to the Netherlands and ultimately to Plymouth Plantation in 1620.[10]

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The Pilgrims were assholes though. Emulating them is a bad idea.
 
2022-06-28 3:44:27 AM  
Physical bodily injury was the leading cause of emergency department visits and hospitalizations among the cannabis users, with respiratory reasons coming in a close second

Stop the presses! Consumption of an intoxicant can lead to decreased coordination! Ooga-booga!

Now let's look at those "respiratory reasons." Funny how neither Chicken Noodle News nor subby chose to mention either the original purpose of the study or the finding relevant to that original purpose. From the study itself (linked in TFA, BTW)...

Objective To evaluate the association between cannabis use and respiratory-related emergency room (ER) visits and hospitalisations.

Results We identified 35 114 individuals who had either used cannabis in the past year or were controls, of whom 6425 (18.3%) used cannabis in the past year. From this group, 4807 (74.8%) were propensity-score matched to 10 395 control individuals. In the propensity score matched cohort, there was no significant difference in odds of respiratory-related ER visit or hospitalisation between cannabis users and the control group


So after studying tens of thousands of cases, the study's authors could find no evidence that smoking cannabis causes any significant increase in respiratory pathology requiring a hospital visit. There's also this from the overall cohort analysis:

All-cause mortality was not significantly different between the two groups

IOW, bottom line is that the study shows no increased respiratory risk and no increased mortality associated with cannabis, but that there may be an increased risk of physical injury due to intoxication. As has been suggested upthread, now do booze. Subby can take their obligatory DRINK!, but I'll play it safer and take a hit or two.
 
2022-06-28 3:45:05 AM  
People without access to health care are far more likely to end up in the emergency room due to lack of proper preventative treatment.  Those people are also more likely to have fewer options for entertainment and a greater tendency to drink or use drugs for escapism.  I'm guessing the 25% slant is almost completely due to this type of factor.
 
433 [TotalFark]
2022-06-28 3:47:18 AM  

common sense is an oxymoron: Physical bodily injury was the leading cause of emergency department visits and hospitalizations among the cannabis users, with respiratory reasons coming in a close second

Stop the presses! Consumption of an intoxicant can lead to decreased coordination! Ooga-booga!

Now let's look at those "respiratory reasons." Funny how neither Chicken Noodle News nor subby chose to mention either the original purpose of the study or the finding relevant to that original purpose. From the study itself (linked in TFA, BTW)...

Objective To evaluate the association between cannabis use and respiratory-related emergency room (ER) visits and hospitalisations.

Results We identified 35 114 individuals who had either used cannabis in the past year or were controls, of whom 6425 (18.3%) used cannabis in the past year. From this group, 4807 (74.8%) were propensity-score matched to 10 395 control individuals. In the propensity score matched cohort, there was no significant difference in odds of respiratory-related ER visit or hospitalisation between cannabis users and the control group

So after studying tens of thousands of cases, the study's authors could find no evidence that smoking cannabis causes any significant increase in respiratory pathology requiring a hospital visit. There's also this from the overall cohort analysis:

All-cause mortality was not significantly different between the two groups

IOW, bottom line is that the study shows no increased respiratory risk and no increased mortality associated with cannabis, but that there may be an increased risk of physical injury due to intoxication. As has been suggested upthread, now do booze. Subby can take their obligatory DRINK!, but I'll play it safer and take a hit or two.


Wow this is really important to you.  You should probably get high about it.
 
2022-06-28 3:56:22 AM  
I smoked week pretty much daily for over 20 years, was going through an ounce a fortnight before I quit 14 months ago. I don't miss it. I had a tolerance for it that meant it wasn't doing a lot anyway by that time. My mental health is more stable, less ups and downs, I was self-medicating but it turns out I was exacerbating the issues. The article makes some sense to me, I wound up in Emergency once when I broke my wrist while a bit pissed (I remember that one clearly), but I've had a lot of friends describe a lot of near-misses I've experienced and don't remember ("wow mate, that car missed you by inches last night, did you even see it?")

I don't judge anyone for overdoing booze, weed or whatever, I'm the last person who can. I'm just mentioning this to put it out there that if you think you can't quit then give it a go, make sure you introduce some habits into your life to fill the holes you used to fill with substances, be around other people who have quit or are quitting and talk things through, and enjoy the little victories. I have quit weed and significantly cut back my drinking and I'm wishing I'd done it many years earlier.

Again, not telling anyone what to do or judging anyone for anything, that would be massively hypocritical of me, but just putting some throughts out there for Farkers who are wondering if they're overdoing it. If you're wondering, you may well be. Good luck, and remember TotalFark has a weekly session for those in the process of quitting substances, shout out to Farker 433for his supportive efforts.

And if you're happy with where you're at with your consumption that's great, but maybe in the future posts like this one might be of assistance to you too.
 
433 [TotalFark]
2022-06-28 4:13:59 AM  
Aussie_As:

I see you!  Great post.  I'll touch base soon.
 
2022-06-28 4:24:03 AM  

433: common sense is an oxymoron: Physical bodily injury was the leading cause of emergency department visits and hospitalizations among the cannabis users, with respiratory reasons coming in a close second

Stop the presses! Consumption of an intoxicant can lead to decreased coordination! Ooga-booga!

Now let's look at those "respiratory reasons." Funny how neither Chicken Noodle News nor subby chose to mention either the original purpose of the study or the finding relevant to that original purpose. From the study itself (linked in TFA, BTW)...

Objective To evaluate the association between cannabis use and respiratory-related emergency room (ER) visits and hospitalisations.

Results We identified 35 114 individuals who had either used cannabis in the past year or were controls, of whom 6425 (18.3%) used cannabis in the past year. From this group, 4807 (74.8%) were propensity-score matched to 10 395 control individuals. In the propensity score matched cohort, there was no significant difference in odds of respiratory-related ER visit or hospitalisation between cannabis users and the control group

So after studying tens of thousands of cases, the study's authors could find no evidence that smoking cannabis causes any significant increase in respiratory pathology requiring a hospital visit. There's also this from the overall cohort analysis:

All-cause mortality was not significantly different between the two groups

IOW, bottom line is that the study shows no increased respiratory risk and no increased mortality associated with cannabis, but that there may be an increased risk of physical injury due to intoxication. As has been suggested upthread, now do booze. Subby can take their obligatory DRINK!, but I'll play it safer and take a hit or two.

Wow this is really important to you.  You should probably get high about it.


Scientific illiteracy is a problem. Ignoring attempts to exploit that problem is not the solution.
 
2022-06-28 4:30:48 AM  

433: Aussie_As:

I see you!  Great post.  I'll touch base soon.


Good on ya mate, I had a laugh when I posted my thoughtfully and carefully worded non-judgemental post and between me checking the thread and hitting send on a post I'd tried to eradicate judgement from you'd posted a comment which, let's face it, is a bit judgy!

What I'm saying here Farkers is I don't judge weed smokers and if you get to know 433 he's not judgy either despite that post, I'm guessing he's having a bit of a shiatty day. There are plenty of Farkers who genuinely appreciate 433 for reaching out, they pop up in many threads about substances, and he's much less judgemental than you might judge him for over his post in this thread!

In other words don't judge anyone ever. Unless they're a MAGAt or a Qnut, you can judge them freely.
 
2022-06-28 5:08:37 AM  

Lambskincoat: The Pilgrims were separatist Puritans who fled persecution in England, first to the Netherlands and ultimately to Plymouth Plantation in 1620.[10]

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They got thrown out of Europe because they were a bunch of assholes. They weren't being persecuted, they were doing the persecuting.
 
2022-06-28 5:21:48 AM  
The joke's on you, submitter.  Using weed cures 172 diseases.

https://wayofleaf.com/cannabis/ailments/172-conditions-that-medical-marijuana-can-help-cure

cretinbob: and there are no valid studies on cannabis because it's illegal to study


Right.  Especially in Canada, where this study was put out.

common sense is an oxymoron: Physical bodily injury was the leading cause of emergency department visits and hospitalizations among the cannabis users, with respiratory reasons coming in a close second

Stop the presses! Consumption of an intoxicant can lead to decreased coordination! Ooga-booga!


Did I just see you admit that using weed can negatively affect coordination?  This is a first.

common sense is an oxymoron: As has been suggested upthread, now do booze.


I don't think there's a single one of us here who isn't aware of the health hazards of abusing alcohol.  I infer from what you write that you would have us believe that weed must be safe (or "safer," to use your word) because booze isn't safe in all cases.

common sense is an oxymoron: . Subby can take their obligatory DRINK!


If you're implying that I submitted this, you're mistaken.

common sense is an oxymoron: Scientific illiteracy is a problem.


Your own posts here are conclusive evidence of that proposition.  E.g.:

common sense is an oxymoron: but I'll play it safer and take a hit or two.


Still not sure what kind of comparative science backs up the idea that, taking into account the effects of both acute and chronic consumption, that either weed or booze is more hazardous to health than the other.
 
2022-06-28 5:23:48 AM  
Use a water pipe or vaporizer and don't do physical activity while high.

There, I just saved a million lives.
 
2022-06-28 5:30:03 AM  
Yeah, it's the generic "smoking is bad".

It doesn't matter what you're smoking.

Smoking. Is bad.

Turn them into edibles and get your THC hit that way. It's still not better than not ingesting THC but WAY better than smoking. Your lungs are far more sensitive than your stomache.
 
2022-06-28 5:32:44 AM  

tirob: The joke's on you, submitter.  Using weed cures 172 diseases.

https://wayofleaf.com/cannabis/ailments/172-conditions-that-medical-marijuana-can-help-cure

cretinbob: and there are no valid studies on cannabis because it's illegal to study

Right.  Especially in Canada, where this study was put out.

common sense is an oxymoron: Physical bodily injury was the leading cause of emergency department visits and hospitalizations among the cannabis users, with respiratory reasons coming in a close second

Stop the presses! Consumption of an intoxicant can lead to decreased coordination! Ooga-booga!

Did I just see you admit that using weed can negatively affect coordination?  This is a first.

common sense is an oxymoron: As has been suggested upthread, now do booze.

I don't think there's a single one of us here who isn't aware of the health hazards of abusing alcohol.  I infer from what you write that you would have us believe that weed must be safe (or "safer," to use your word) because booze isn't safe in all cases.

common sense is an oxymoron: . Subby can take their obligatory DRINK!

If you're implying that I submitted this, you're mistaken.

common sense is an oxymoron: Scientific illiteracy is a problem.

Your own posts here are conclusive evidence of that proposition.  E.g.:

common sense is an oxymoron: but I'll play it safer and take a hit or two.

Still not sure what kind of comparative science backs up the idea that, taking into account the effects of both acute and chronic consumption, that either weed or booze is more hazardous to health than the other.


Attacking people who agree with you is a dick move
 
2022-06-28 5:37:35 AM  

cretinbob: Lambskincoat: The Pilgrims were separatist Puritans who fled persecution in England, first to the Netherlands and ultimately to Plymouth Plantation in 1620.[10]

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They got thrown out of Europe because they were a bunch of assholes. They weren't being persecuted, they were doing the persecuting.


In the 1640's a bunch went back to fight for the Roundheads, no?
 
2022-06-28 5:46:33 AM  

leeksfromchichis: cretinbob: Lambskincoat: The Pilgrims were separatist Puritans who fled persecution in England, first to the Netherlands and ultimately to Plymouth Plantation in 1620.[10]

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They got thrown out of Europe because they were a bunch of assholes. They weren't being persecuted, they were doing the persecuting.

In the 1640's a bunch went back to fight for the Roundheads, no?


could be, don't remember that bit. They did like smashing stained glass windows and burning down churches because they distracted from God.

going through ER records isn't research. Let me know when they have the endocannabinoid system mapped.
 
2022-06-28 5:47:30 AM  
cretinbob: Attacking people who agree with you is a dick move

My apologies if I misinterpreted you.
 
2022-06-28 5:48:13 AM  

cretinbob: leeksfromchichis: cretinbob: Lambskincoat: The Pilgrims were separatist Puritans who fled persecution in England, first to the Netherlands and ultimately to Plymouth Plantation in 1620.[10]

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They got thrown out of Europe because they were a bunch of assholes. They weren't being persecuted, they were doing the persecuting.

In the 1640's a bunch went back to fight for the Roundheads, no?

could be, don't remember that bit. They did like smashing stained glass windows and burning down churches because they distracted from God.

going through ER records isn't research. Let me know when they have the endocannabinoid system mapped.


They also sacked merrymount.  The US could've been a non-Christian nation
 
2022-06-28 5:49:49 AM  
Vape that shiat, you feel much better.
 
2022-06-28 6:03:44 AM  

cretinbob: Lambskincoat: The Pilgrims were separatist Puritans who fled persecution in England, first to the Netherlands and ultimately to Plymouth Plantation in 1620.[10]

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They got thrown out of Europe because they were a bunch of assholes. They weren't being persecuted, they were doing the persecuting.


Robin Williams put it into great perspective:
Robin Williams on Puritans
Youtube 4o-5RyYAl50
 
2022-06-28 6:36:08 AM  

tirob: The joke's on you, submitter.  Using weed cures 172 diseases.

https://wayofleaf.com/cannabis/ailments/172-conditions-that-medical-marijuana-can-help-cure


This is how you say you're scientifically illiterate without saying you're scientifically illiterate.

tirob: Still not sure what kind of comparative science backs up the idea that, taking into account the effects of both acute and chronic consumption, that either weed or booze is more hazardous to health than the other.


The kind you keep ignoring, of course.

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Your move. Will you go with A) relevant counterexamples, B) rational arguments, or C) cat noises?
 
2022-06-28 6:40:11 AM  

optikeye: Now do Gin and Tonics.


Don't mind if I do.
 
2022-06-28 7:42:51 AM  

leeksfromchichis: Lambskincoat: The Pilgrims were separatist Puritans who fled persecution in England, first to the Netherlands and ultimately to Plymouth Plantation in 1620.[10]

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The Pilgrims were assholes though. Emulating them is a bad idea.


They have returned but with a Southern accent.
 
2022-06-28 7:49:12 AM  
I am Tom Joad's Complete Lack of Surprise:

Lies

They never went anywhere just expanded
 
2022-06-28 8:20:09 AM  
Thc enhances cancer growth.  https://www.jimmunol.org/content/174/6/3281
 
2022-06-28 8:21:28 AM  
Don't smoke weed, it might be bad for you.

You can have alcohol, which is definitely really bad for you and will probably result in your death.

You can have a gun.

Can you even afford to SEE a doctor? Because this is America and we discourage that.

Anyway, this study brought to you by Philip Morris you stupid kids.
 
2022-06-28 8:31:24 AM  

Obscene_CNN: Thc enhances cancer growth.  https://www.jimmunol.org/content/174/6/3281


THC inhibits cancer growth https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7409346/
 
2022-06-28 8:41:02 AM  
sure. I'm 45,  I have asthma, and smoke a shiat ton of weed for 30 years now. Trail Run 13 miles on Sunday with 3k feet elevation gain  and then weeded the AT for 8 hours straight on Monday. My health is "at risk" of being more healthy.  
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2022-06-28 8:52:18 AM  

common sense is an oxymoron: tirob: The joke's on you, submitter.  Using weed cures 172 diseases.

https://wayofleaf.com/cannabis/ailments/172-conditions-that-medical-marijuana-can-help-cure

This is how you say you're scientifically illiterate without saying you're scientifically illiterate.


Is the problem that your sarcasm detector is out of service, or are you just dumber than I imagined?

common sense is an oxymoron:

tirob: Still not sure what kind of comparative science backs up the idea that, taking into account the effects of both acute and chronic consumption, that either weed or booze is more hazardous to health than the other.

The kind you keep ignoring, of course.

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Your move. Will you go with A) relevant counterexamples, B) rational arguments, or C) cat noises?


1. The first chart you posted is meaningless because for all I know (you neglected to post the study it was taken from, of course) weed/THC could be subsumed in the categories of "multiple non-alcohol drugs" and "alcohol and other drugs."

2.  I've conceded that weed is less acutely toxic than booze many times on these threads.  No need to rehash that point, particularly as I addressed it preemptively in the comment you responded to.

3.  I take it that the CDC doesn't count murders that arise from bad weed deals as "marijuana-attributable deaths."

https://www.oregonlive.com/clark-county/2018/12/teen-trio-accused-of-murder-in-vancouver-area-strip-mall-marijuana-robbery.html

The CDC may not, but I would.
 
2022-06-28 8:56:48 AM  
For a drug that's a relaxant, stoners are some of the most thin-skinned people around.  You're inhaling burning ash, there's going to be some side effects.

dyhchong: Yeah, it's the generic "smoking is bad".

It doesn't matter what you're smoking.

Smoking. Is bad.

Turn them into edibles and get your THC hit that way. It's still not better than not ingesting THC but WAY better than smoking. Your lungs are far more sensitive than your stomache.


This.  I don't understand why people still smoke it.
 
2022-06-28 8:58:52 AM  

Lambskincoat: People who shower every day are 100 times more likely to slip in the shower than all non-bathers collectively.


I slipped in the shower last weekend after too many tequila shots. Took out the whole shower curtain. I was wrapped up flopping on the floor like a beached porpoise
 
2022-06-28 9:07:56 AM  

wearsmanyhats: Obscene_CNN: Thc enhances cancer growth.  https://www.jimmunol.org/content/174/6/3281

THC inhibits cancer growth https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7409346/


Experimental data does not support your claim.
https://www.jimmunol.org/content/165/1/373.long
 
2022-06-28 9:19:05 AM  

Obscene_CNN: wearsmanyhats: Obscene_CNN: Thc enhances cancer growth.  https://www.jimmunol.org/content/174/6/3281

THC inhibits cancer growth https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7409346/

Experimental data does not support your claim.
https://www.jimmunol.org/content/165/1/373.long


Who the fark cares. Relax and have a Beer and stop bothering other people Miss Carry Nation.
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2022-06-28 9:27:50 AM  

433: common sense is an oxymoron: Physical bodily injury was the leading cause of emergency department visits and hospitalizations among the cannabis users, with respiratory reasons coming in a close second

Stop the presses! Consumption of an intoxicant can lead to decreased coordination! Ooga-booga!

Now let's look at those "respiratory reasons." Funny how neither Chicken Noodle News nor subby chose to mention either the original purpose of the study or the finding relevant to that original purpose. From the study itself (linked in TFA, BTW)...

Objective To evaluate the association between cannabis use and respiratory-related emergency room (ER) visits and hospitalisations.

Results We identified 35 114 individuals who had either used cannabis in the past year or were controls, of whom 6425 (18.3%) used cannabis in the past year. From this group, 4807 (74.8%) were propensity-score matched to 10 395 control individuals. In the propensity score matched cohort, there was no significant difference in odds of respiratory-related ER visit or hospitalisation between cannabis users and the control group

So after studying tens of thousands of cases, the study's authors could find no evidence that smoking cannabis causes any significant increase in respiratory pathology requiring a hospital visit. There's also this from the overall cohort analysis:

All-cause mortality was not significantly different between the two groups

IOW, bottom line is that the study shows no increased respiratory risk and no increased mortality associated with cannabis, but that there may be an increased risk of physical injury due to intoxication. As has been suggested upthread, now do booze. Subby can take their obligatory DRINK!, but I'll play it safer and take a hit or two.

Wow this is really important to you.  You should probably get high about it.


Inderestin.... snickering ad hom accusation for thoroughly debunking with facts a gish gallop claim. What's next? "LOLOL OH L@@K ANOTHER LUZOR USING REALITY TO DEBUNK BULLshiat WHAT A LUZOR LOLOL!!!!!"

My God, we are surrounded by five year olds....
 
2022-06-28 9:34:13 AM  

Aussie_As: 433: Aussie_As:

I see you!  Great post.  I'll touch base soon.

Good on ya mate, I had a laugh when I posted my thoughtfully and carefully worded non-judgemental post and between me checking the thread and hitting send on a post I'd tried to eradicate judgement from you'd posted a comment which, let's face it, is a bit judgy!

What I'm saying here Farkers is I don't judge weed smokers and if you get to know 433 he's not judgy either despite that post, I'm guessing he's having a bit of a shiatty day. There are plenty of Farkers who genuinely appreciate 433 for reaching out, they pop up in many threads about substances, and he's much less judgemental than you might judge him for over his post in this thread!

In other words don't judge anyone ever. Unless they're a MAGAt or a Qnut, you can judge them freely.


There's a reason I've got 4336 farkied in deep red.
 
2022-06-28 9:34:35 AM  

Aussie_As: 433: Aussie_As:

I see you!  Great post.  I'll touch base soon.

Good on ya mate, I had a laugh when I posted my thoughtfully and carefully worded non-judgemental post and between me checking the thread and hitting send on a post I'd tried to eradicate judgement from you'd posted a comment which, let's face it, is a bit judgy!

What I'm saying here Farkers is I don't judge weed smokers and if you get to know 433 he's not judgy either despite that post, I'm guessing he's having a bit of a shiatty day. There are plenty of Farkers who genuinely appreciate 433 for reaching out, they pop up in many threads about substances, and he's much less judgemental than you might judge him for over his post in this thread!

In other words don't judge anyone ever. Unless they're a MAGAt or a Qnut, you can judge them freely.


err... 433. No 6
 
2022-06-28 9:37:40 AM  

Harrogate the Melon Bunger: For a drug that's a relaxant, stoners are some of the most thin-skinned people around.  You're inhaling burning ash, there's going to be some side effects.

dyhchong: Yeah, it's the generic "smoking is bad".

It doesn't matter what you're smoking.

Smoking. Is bad.

Turn them into edibles and get your THC hit that way. It's still not better than not ingesting THC but WAY better than smoking. Your lungs are far more sensitive than your stomache.

This.  I don't understand why people still smoke it.


Your Concern is noted.
 
2022-06-28 10:19:47 AM  
There are tons of marijuana users who don't smoke it.
 
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