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Pot has a powerful device by a fat product – and often with more well-known side effects – if the dirty version finds a new study.
At the same level of THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana led to higher blood concentrations of coconut as smoking, and also higher level & # 39; s cognitive and psychotherapies and a higher incidence of negative influences, such as break, fear, hallucinations and paranoia's feelings, according to the report, released Friday in JAMA Network Open.
It is important to understand the effect of & # 39; Fake, more and more states can legitimize cannabis and the drug makes it easier accessible, said the teacher's study, Tory Spindle, a post-doctoral researcher at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. "More people come in cannabis specialists and use the first time for a while or for the first time," says Spindle NBC News. "They need to be aware that faking strong effects produces. We have found that a nice line was sometimes between a shower that has the desired effect products and one was too strong."
The study comes out as more and more Americans use pot, including teens. Recent studies found that as many as 1 in 11 called cannabis, while others have cannabis more adverse effects on the development of brain or alcohol.
To learn more about the impact of the cannabis of fraud, Spindle and his colleagues 17 intermissed poachers had their average age of 27 races. Mostly, no canine was used for a long time; In average, it was almost a year.
All volunteers surveyed completed three hours and half hour sessions that resulted in marijuana on three different THC doses (Null milligrams, 10 mg and 25 mg), and three of them died in three doses. The sessions were plans to be apart from one week. The zero-milligram dose meant control in this study.
One of the volunteers was the cannabis caught or smoked, their cognitive and motor skills were cast. They were also asked to fill in a questionnaire for assessments that measure the measure of how folks feel the following: drug effects; poor drugs; unrepressive drug effects; siik; heart racing; objection and / or nervis; relax; paranoid; alarm; to hit; powerful and / or motivated; laid back; hunger and / or had the badges, sleep; dry mouth; dry, red, and / or irritated eyes; Neck and / or hoes; problems perform routine tasks; memory disability; and crapings of cannabis.
At both non-null doses was the effect of cannabis larger than it was found to be tasteless, researchers found. But higher level teachers have four more negative effects. "Two people are expelled from the upper room," said Spindle. "One has a few audio and visual hallucinations, some experienced paranoia, so it's not just about rating, but the negative effects can be totally unjust."
Spindle trusts strong feelings when the fable is mainly not lost any of the material lost after burning. "The difference is most likely due to some destruction of medicines, or if the cannabis is burned, which does not occur when it is dampened," he said.
Bewapening that fainting has a stronger effect than smoking is important, Dr. Michael Lynch, director of the Pittsburgh Poison Center at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
"People often make a balance between fraud and smoking, if you are used to using the same amount of drugs, then the effects will be," said Lynch in an interview. "I think this helps inform people who will use the medical or recreational effect that the effects are not the same and the same teacher can lead to more negative or negative effects."
Lynch is mainly concerned about boys. "Adolescents are more likely than cyclists," he said. "Data most commonly used in nicotine, indicate that aging a whole medium is first involved."
Another thing to keep in mind is, Lynch said that when boys start to rush, "they have to understand that these drugs are in place. We have to see things in drug use injuries and losses."
There are many misunderstandings about the weapon, said Stan Glantz, professor of medicine and director of the Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education at the University of California, San Francisco.
"There is an agreement that, to make you do not put the substance on fire, it's not that bad," said Glantz. "In addition to delivering a higher level of drug use, the ultrasound ultrafine particles will be sent to the lungs and then the brains. are really small, a 50th to 100th the size of a haircut. They can be right through the lungs and in the blood and from there in the cells of the body. "