This getaway drug has accumulated many weird slang terms. Some of these you wonder if they were high when they thought of them! Some of these names are pot, Mary Jane, nug, weed, chronic, ganja, and boom. No matter what you call this crazy drug, it still does the same thing to you. No matter the name you call it; it is still negative to your body in most respects.
The effects of marijuana can stay in your body for years after your last time using. After a long period of time, your blood pressure may rise too high and become risky when using. Some other negative consequences are developing lung cancer. Some studies even show that weed can affect your brain. This may be loss or short term memory. Without short term memory it is near impossible to learn. You will just forget everything. This is most common among kids who smoke during school age. Some of the shorter term effects are bloodshot eyes. This comes from the higher blood pressure. Also, you may feel paranoid. Most cases, you cannot stop laughing during your high.
So why does pot do this kind of stuff? There is a chemical in the drug called THC. THC stands for Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol. There are also 61 known relatives of this chemical in weed. There are about 400 other kinds of chemicals when unsmoked, but when smoked there are even more produced. THC used to be much less of a primary chemical. There used to be only about 1% in 1975. Now thanks to hybridization, there is 6-14% just 10 years later in 1985. It only took 10 years to raise the percentage that by 5-13%. At this rate, THC will stay in your system for 3-4 weeks after just a single use. It stays in your fatty tissues. Because of this, dope has become even more addictive from the higher THC level.
On the other side of this issue, there is an actual use for marijuana medically. Doctors cannot although just prescribe it. All the doctor can do is recommend it for theropy. You then have to go through a process to get a federal okay. You...