Marijuana v Alcohol

Excess alcohol comsumption:

  • Respiratory failure, coma, death.
  • impairs judgment, accidents are more likely.
  • Alcohol loosens inhibitions, a drinker may become more aggressive and destructive.
  • Weight loss and malnutrition can occur from long-term alcohol use.
  • Vitamin-B deficiencies, which cause nerve damage
  • Heart damage, poor memory and fatigue, are especially likely.
  • Alcohol often cancels a man’s ability to have and maintain an erection.
  • Delirium Tremens occurs during withdrawal from alcohol. It involves seizures, anxiety attacks, sweating, confusion, sleeplessness, profound depression and hallucinations. It can last up to 10 days and may be fatal if the person is not under the care of a physician.
  • Cancer. Increased risk of developing certain types of cancer, especially in the throat and esophagus.

Alcohol is involved in:

  • 53% of all highway deaths
  • 50% of spouse abuse cases
  • 38% of child abuse cases
  • 65% of drownings
  • 54% of those in jail for violent crimes
  • 49% of those convicted for murder or attempted murder

 

Excess Marijuana comsumption:

  • Respiratory damage, only if smoked.
  • impairs judgment, to minor degrees in experienced users.
  • Loosens inhibitions, a Pothead may become more loving and emotional.
  • Weight gain can occur from long-term “munchies”.
  • Vitamin-B deficiencies, which cause nerve damage
  • Poor short term memory and fatigue are especially likely.
  • Pot often aids a man’s ability to have and maintain an erection and makes most Women horny as hell.
  • Slight depression may be experienced during withdrawal from Pot. It involves scraping old pipes, searching for stashes long forgotten and “Groping” from friends. It can last until the next score and may lead to actual productivity.
  • Jail, loss of rights, sexual abuse from Guards and other Prisoners, loss of employment.
  • Laughing, giggles, increased awareness, insights, religious revelations, excess joy and mirth.

Marijuana Safer than Tobacco
Heavy marijuana smokers show less evidenceof
lung injury than heavy tobacco smokers, and it
may be cannabinoids that are protecting them
from developing a condition like emphysema.

Marijuana Blog from AlaskaHemp