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You may not: Marijuana comes from the cannabis sativa plant and& alters the mind through thc. Thc concentrations vary depending on what part of the plant is used. You never know if thc has been mixed with another chemical. Contamination of the leaves with pesticides & other chemicals is common. The strength varies greatly from plant to plant and batch to batch. You never really know what you are getting. ...Read more
Depends: Since this may be laced with a variety of different substances, a blanket statement is not possible. If the material is toxic to nerves or your heart muscle, it could produce permanent damage. If not, maybe you are lucky. If it was universally legal and supplies were dependable it wouldn't be an issue. Since it may pass through people with evil intent, you take the risk when you buy it. ...Read more
Please don't: On many different levels. I've discussed the illegal side-this should help you decide if this is healthy. If you are a neophyte-never smoked-this may cause a stress response;it (thc) is a very potent cns (central nervous system) activator and unlike alcohol has an unpredictable dose response. Please be very cautious-i hope my peers will weigh in on this. ...Read more
Yes: If you do not have a reliable source of marijuana, then you should not smoke it, precisely because it can be cut with lots of things - including synthetic cannabinoids like spice or k2, methamphetamine, phencyclidine (pcp or angel dust) and many other things. Methamphetamine can raise blood pressure and pulse, cause palpitations and other heart problems, and make people paranoid. ...Read more
Smoked weed for first time in 6 years whilst drunk. Started to freak out and have panic attack. Been feeling out of it for 5 weeks now. Weed laced?
Probably not, but: It's impossible to be certain. 'out of it' is not a usual effect w/o more extreme poisoning symptoms quickly. It's more likely you feel foolish for doing it and are obsessing. Try a week or so of very healthy living - food, rest, activity, companionship to restore yourself and minimize or avoid intoxicants. You should feel better soon. Best! ...Read more
Is it normal if smoked weed to have symptoms of vertigo, dizziness, falling sensation the next day or was my weed laced? Or could it be just anxiety?
"Weed": We do not have enough info to determine the cause of your vertigo. Clinically I've seen paranoia result from smoking in young men. It is dangerous to use substances from the street because who knows what is in them. As your doctor about using CBD oil. It's the non-psychoactive part of cannabis and tell him/her your symptoms. Peace and good health. ...Read more
It could be either: Inhalation of contaminants or adverse effects of cannabis (or both). Possible effects of marijuana: anxiety, depression, fear, panic, delusions, paranoia, hallucinations, losing touch with reality, inattentiveness, short-term memory problems, disturbances of thought processes. Get medical help. ...Read more
What to do if I smoked weed and I'm afraid it was laced, month later I'm not feeling good, what's wrong?
Street drug, cannabi: Although thc can stay in your system at least for one month, it is unusual for its effects to be rhat extended. Another process might have been triggered by the drug use. It would be wise to see your primary care provider and get evaluated. Be honest, as you are getting help only for your own benefit! ! ...Read more
If my body still feel numb and feels weird when touching stuff after smoking weed 4 days ago was it laced? When will I feel normal again?
See below: As was said before, you might want to make an appointment with your doctor to find out if it was laced with anything. It sounds that you're worried about what happened and first step in easing up this worry is to contact your doctor to help you sort through things medically. Good Luck! ...Read more
Weed I smoked may have been laced with meth my doctor sent me for labs concerning and injury will the meth show?
If meth was in: The pot, meth is likely to show up in the lab work. ...Read more
Will meth show in standard labs (blood and urine) concerning back injury because I believe I smoked weed that may have been laced! : (i am concerned?
Cannabis dangers: Scientific studies, albeit mixed raised concerns about chronic marijuana use causing: non-resorative sleep, anxiety/ panic attacks in some, paranoia/psychotic thinking, diminished comprehension, impaired memory, lack of motivation, impaired driving, work-related accidents. It is addictive and causes withdrawal when abruptly stopped after chronic use. ...Read more
Lowers IQ: A long term study (32 years) in new zealand found that using any amount of weed before adulthood lowers a person's iq by 8 points. Many studies in many countries have shown a threefold increase in schizophrenia in weed users. Women using weed during pregnancy increase their risk for prematurity & having babies who get learning problems or chromosomal breaks. Weed's bad. ...Read more
It can cause problem: Marijuana is a powerful mood altering drug. Here are some of the possible effects from marijuana use: euphoria, feelings of anxiety, depression, fear, panic or in some cases euphoria. If a high dose is taken it can lead to delusions, hallucinations or losing touch with reality. I suspect that you may be experiencing derealization (a mental state in which the world around you seems unreal, > ...Read more
Weed smoker: Best idea for weed smokers to remain healthy? Stop smoking weed, period. Your question says you're 19 years old. This gives you lots of time to do wonderful things on the planet that you enjoy -- and which will benefit others too. You'll be able to process and remember a lot more without the weed. Your lungs will appreciate being able to breathe, too. Good luck. ...Read more
Jimson weed: Herb with strong anticholinergic properties, teens are using jimson weed as a drug. Plant parts can be brewed or chewed. Effects include tachycardia, dry mouth, dilated pupils, blurred vision, ballucinations, confusion, combative behavior, and difficulty urinating. Severe toxicity has been associated with coma and seizures. ...Read more