Cannabis is commonly known these days as Skunk. It is made up from the dried leaves and stalks of the hemp plant. In my day it just used to be called Ganja, weed or just Grass. Now it has even more nick names depending on where you are. Its normal name is hemp.
Marijuana is a Class B hallucinogen. It brings on altered perceptions of the environment one is in, ones thoughts, and ones feelings. You simply don’t see the world as it actually is, you see something else. Feelings get all mixed up, one is no longer lucid and it’s hard to figure out where one is geographically or what time it is. One’s memory gets really mixed up. What happened a couple of weeks ago can seem like yesterday and yesterday can seem like years ago.
For those of us at the Isle of Wight Festival in 1970 we saw what we thought were new horizons, ’peace and love the world over and an end to war’ at the very least. We were I think naive.
Alcohol and marijuana are known as gateway drugs , meaning they open the door for more powerful and deadly substances. Cocaine is not only one of these, but one of the worst.
It is probably a good idea right at the start to define addiction so there is no mistake as to what it is and what one is dealing with, after all, one can be addicted to aspirin as well as drugs sold illegally on the street.
Petitions being circulated, politicians taking stands on the subject of cannabis legalization in the UK – will it actually happen? And if it does happen, will it make the drug problems of the UK smaller?
Marijuana is the most commonly used drug in the world. A lot of people don’t think it is any more dangerous than alcohol. Here are some facts and often unknown data on their effects…
It is sadly the case that it is considered normal for most people at some point in their lives to try pot . This is quite commonly during teenage years.