September 18, 2013

What are the effects of Cannabis

Cannabis Synonyms marijuana, pot, reefer, buds, grass, weed, dope, ganja, herb, boom, gangster, Mary Jane, sinsemilla, joint, hash, blow, blunt, green, Effects Psychological: At a recreational level effects include relaxation, euphoria, relaxed inhibitions, disorientation, altered time and space perception, lack of concentration, impaired learning and memory, alterations in thought formation and […]
April 3, 2013

Cannabis / Marijuana – an addictive substance

One of the reasons why marijuana is such a harmful drug is the way in which it is incorrectly perceived by a large proportion of people; many think it is simply a “harmless herb”, or “just a plant” but in reality it can have damaging long term effects, and have […]
April 2, 2013


Many people view marijuana as being non-toxic in modern society, and many users of this drug think that it is also not addictive. This however is not true. When people first use marijuana, they may find that it induces a euphoric state, which some people find so pleasurable that they […]
October 30, 2012

Marijuana addiction

People may start using marijuana in order to feel relaxed, to experience euphoria or to gain an altered a sense of space and time. Whilst may people may try and experiment with marijuana, many can do so without becoming addicted. However, marijuana use is on the rise, therefore so is […]
September 22, 2012

Cannabis (wacky backy, ganja, dope, hash(ish), grass, pot, blow)

Cannabis is a controversial drug as some consider it harmless and even of medicinal value. For watchers of the Jeremy Kyle show, participants often state that they don’t take drugs – and add ‘apart from cannabis’ – almost as an afterthought. There are many campaigns for the legalisation of cannabis, […]
September 1, 2012

Could cannabis use in young people permanently affect their IQ?

A report this week concludes that young people who smoke cannabis for years run the risk of a significant and irreversible reduction in their IQ. The study, conducted by an international group of researchers, was based on findings from a sample of 1000 people inNew Zealand. It found that those […]