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Marijuana: Facts for Teens
Marijuana Use and Teens | Gateway to Health Communication | CDC
Struggling with solving problems And here's what makes it more serious: It is possible these problems will be permanent. There's more information to think about. Teens who use a lot of pot may have an increased likelihood of depression, anxiety, psychosis, or other mental illness. Getting high is legal for adults and it's tempting for teens. But many teens decide to wait until they're adults.
Marijuana Use and Teens
Marijuana linked to brain-related memory woes, schizophrenia risk in teens By Ryan Jaslow Updated on: Researchers have found structural changes related to memory in former pot smokers who were in their young 20s but used during their teenage years. The changes look similar to what schizophrenia does to the brain, according to the study, published Dec.
Marijuana Profile Marijuana, the most commonly used illicit drug in the United States, is taken from the leaves and flowering tops of the Cannabis sativa plant. It also comes in a more concentrated, resinous form, called hashish, and as a sticky black liquid called hash oil. The name "hemp" usually refers to low-THC varieties of cannabis that are grown for industrial uses i. The main psychoactive chemical in the plant is THC deltatetrahydrocannabinol , although marijuana contains some other chemicals as well.