Is smoking marijuana dangerous for eye conditions such as diabetic retinopathy and retinal vein occlusion or any other eye disorder?

YES. Smoke contains particulate matter ; is the residue of something burning or being burned. Smoke gets into the eyes, ears, nose, tongue, mouth, lungs, hair, pores of the skin etc. Sulfur and carbon monoxide are prominent elements of smoke along with 3000 other chemicals which likely cause cancer or are toxic to tissues. So, smoking anything is bad for your health if healthy let alone if ill.
Absolutely. Smoking anything is bad when you suffer any type of circulatory disorder.
Possibly . No studies have shown their benefit or detriment to these diseases. Smoking anything increases carbon dioxide an monoxide levels in the blood. Thee are diseases that worsen with lower levels of oxygen in the blood stream. So you aren't do your eyes any favor by smoking.

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Can smoking weed be good or bad for eye diseases such as diabetic retinopathy and retinal vein occlusion?

No. National advisory eye council reports no evidence for using marijuana for these conditions. Read more...
Smoking? Currently there is no doubt that smoking is bad for u and. For every one around u . Read more...
Weed lessens eye pre. Weed decreases eye pressure and therefore alleviates glucoma. This is one about the one and only practical benefit from weed. Read more...
No. Weed is good to decrease eye pressure and not precisly for diabetic retinopathy, unless there is increase in eye pressure as a result of diabetes. Ifyou are diabetic you have got to always always check your eye pressure. ... Diabetic eye damage from increased eye pressure, can cause serious blindness... Read more...
More downside... More downside than upside such as lung disease. No evidence that marijuana helps either of those, and any smoking is bad for diseases that involve blood flow. Weed lowers eye pressure in glaucoma, but not for enough time to be effective. Other treatments work better. Read more...
No Smoking. Smoking anything will expose you to combustion products including carbon monoxide which reduce delivery of oxygen to the eye. For this reason, i would advise against it. Even if you live in colorado or washington! don't smoke, period. Read more...

Can the use *Preferably non-smoking of marijuana have negative effects on Diabetic Retinopathy? Due to the effects marijuana has on the eyes.

Potential benefits. The following is a link detailing a novel use of non-smoking form of marihuana called "Cannabidiol As a Putative Novel Therapy for Diabetic Retinopathy". http://www.420magazine.com/forums/diabetes/152457-cannabidiol-putative-novel-therapy-diabetic-retinopathy.html. Hopefully this will address your question well. . Read more...