Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Consuming Cannabis Does Not Affect Your IQ

Consuming Cannabis Is Not As Dangerous As Most Still Believe 

Contrary to what most of us have been told all of our lives, marijuana use is not really hazardous to our health and we are finally letting the younger generations know the truth about this magnificent herb. Recently, the University College of London, published their results on a study about how consuming marijuana can affect our IQ's and they found some very interesting things. 

The study involved 2612 children, who were tested back in 1991 and 1992, when they were only about eight years old and then tested again when they turned 15. The study involved factors like cigarette use, alcohol use and heavy cannabis use, which proved not to be as dangerous to our IQ's, as we have been told in the past.

The results proved that drinking alcohol is more dangerous to our IQ's, than cannabis use is and this is why we should all stop believing what we were told a few years or decades ago.  Today, it is obvious that cannabis prohibition has not worked at all and that we have been told infinite lies about this herb.  Today we know that cannabis is medicine and we all have to fight for the legalization of marijuana, because it is simply the right thing to do!

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