Sometime “more is more”, but… Here Doc Kon-igi’s answer.
Describe ‘Intensive’, please.
The delta9-Tetrahydrocannabinol —one of the active ingredients most present in the resin and in the leaves of plants belonging to the genus Cannabis— is a psychotropic-hallucinogenic substance whose intake through combustion/inhalation or ingestion gives rise to many physical and psychological effects, although it’s not addictive.
If we look at recent studies, it seems that a regular and massive consumption, for long periods, may increase the risk of schizophrenia (especially at a young age) and suicide. However, I think, those who lead these studies doesn’t seem to take into account the family, cultural and social background of the subjects involved in the trials. Therefore, we don’t speak of a ‘recreational’ use, in these cases, we speak of an abuse that often has its roots in personal hardship… So, it’s not cause, but effect.
But here we are bordering on fields that aren’t up to me, or rather, that I use to discuss smoking a joi… drinking a beer.
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