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Can you smoke marijuana while taking atenolol ?

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Dr. Bassam Amawi
Psychiatry 50 years experience
As above: I do not advise u to do that at all, after all it can cause symptoms like schizophrenia.
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Dr. Robert Greer
Family Medicine 45 years experience
Probably: The primary action of thc is not on the branch of the nervous system atenolol works on.The endocannibinoids are a frontier for us, stay posted.
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Dr. Joseph Perez
Specializes in Family Medicine
No contraindication : Keep in mind that marijuana is a schedule 1 controlled substance and is classified by the federal government as having no currently accepted medical use. Still some states have allowed medical marijuana programs for certain conditions. There is no contraindication to taking marijuana and atenolol. However many people experience side effects of anxiety, joint pains, and mouth ulcers sometimes.

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