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101 Facts About Marijuana In 2023

Have you ever wondered about the history of marijuana? Are you curious to learn more about the plant and its various applications, as well as interesting facts and surprising information? Then this article is just what you need! Get ready to explore 101 Facts About Marijuana, from its origins and various forms of consumption to the latest research on medical benefits – all your questions will be answered in this comprehensive factsheet. Today, a growing number of states are legalizing marijuana for both recreational and medicinal uses. But what effects does it have on our bodies, both short-term and long-term?

We know finding facts and figures about marijuana can be time-consuming and frustrating, so we put together this list of the top 101 facts, notes, and statistics so you can easily reference them and refer back to them any time in the future.  This space is constantly changing, so if you see a fact that is not up-to-date, feel free to let us know. And if you know a stat that we should add, let us know that too!


1. Favorability To Marijuana Legalization Had Vaulted To An All-Time High Of 64% In October 2017. 

The majority of Americans favor legalization.


2. Seniors 55 And Over Continue To Oppose Legalizing Marijuana.

Although not all groups are in favor legalizing marijuana, their resistance to it has generally waned over time.


3. The Yearly Sales Of Marijuana In North America Are Anticipated To Reach Over $47 Billion In 2027, According To Research Company Arcview.

Legal cannabis sales in North America increased by 33% in 2017 to $9.7 billion, and they are expected to increase by 28% yearly through 2021 to approximately $25 billion. Few sectors are expanding as quickly and consistently as this one.


4. The Compound Annual Job Growth Rate For The Marijuana Business Is 25%.

It generates a ton of jobs.


5. 23 US States Have Legalized Recreational Marijuana.

This includes Colorado, Washington, Alaska, Oregon, Washington, D.C., California, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, Michigan, Vermont, Guam, Illinois, Arizona, Montana, New Jersey, New York, Virginia, New Mexico, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maryland, Missouri.


6. Marijuana Isn’t Legal In Any Form In Just Three States – Idaho, Nebraska, And Kansas.

Despite the fact that all of its neighbors currently have laws allowing individuals to carry marijuana or items low in THC, Idaho lawmakers went through with a proposed constitutional amendment in January 2022 that would prevent the legalization of marijuana in the state.


While Nebraskans for Medicinal Marijuana has labored to gather enough signatures to place medical cannabis on the November ballot last year, lawmakers in Kansas are currently considering a measure that would legalize medical marijuana.


7. Despite Its Fast Expansion, There Is Still A Sizable Black Market For Marijuana.

In contrast, $60 billion in black market sales were recorded in the North American market in 2022. Only fifty percent of those sales come from the lawfully controlled marijuana market. This number serves as a reminder of the significance of black market sales, even if it is anticipated that it will decline as more states and nations legalize cannabis.


8. Price Drops In Cannabis Products Are Common When It’s Made Legal.

Prices and gross margin tend to decline as supply increases and the buzz of legalization fades.


9. Only A Small Number Of Countries Have Authorized The Export Of Marijuana Worldwide.

Few nations permit farmers to export cannabis to international markets, despite the fact that more than two dozen nations throughout the world have legalized the use of medicinal cannabis for patients.


10. In The US, Marijuana Is Listed As A Schedule I Substance.

It's equivalent to heroin and LSD in terms of being completely prohibited. Additionally, it is regarded as being extremely abuse-prone and lacking any known medicinal advantages.


11. U.S. Cannabis-Based Businesses Are Subject To Obscenely High Income Taxes.

Profitable marijuana businesses in the US are probably subject to the 280E tax rule, which has been in effect for more than three decades. This tax policy prevents companies who sell substances that are unlawful under federal law from deducting corporate income taxes as usual, subjecting profits to an effective tax rate of up to 70% to 90%!


12. In The United States, There Is Just One Authorized Government Grow Facility.

Since 1968, the National Institute on Drug Abuse has had a contract with a laboratory at the University of Mississippi that allows researchers in the United States to utilize cannabis solely from this one domestic source. This is likely to change soon. According to the Drug Enforcement Administration, numerous more American businesses are being registered to grow cannabis for use in research and medicine.


13. In April 2022, The U.S. House Of Representatives Approved Legislation That Would Make Cannabis Legal Across The Country.

There are initiatives in the US Congress to pass significant federal cannabis legislation.


14. Initiatives By President Biden May Result In The Federal Legalization Of Marijuana.

The president granted pardons for all earlier convictions for violations of federal statutes relating to marijuana's simple possession in October 2022. Examination of how marijuana is classified under federal law will be started by the Attorney General and the Secretary of Health and Human Services.


15. Cannabis Is More Likely To Be Tried By Young Adults Than Cigarettes.

The social stigma surrounding its use has decreased in recent years due to increased legalization and acceptance of the substance in many places around the world.

16. THC Potency Is The Primary Consideration For 60% Of Cannabis Customers When Making A Purchase.

Those who are seeking a more intense and prolonged high may opt for higher-potency marijuana, while those looking for a milder experience or simply some relaxation may prefer marijuana with lower THC levels. Furthermore, higher-potency marijuana is typically more expensive due to its rarity and desirability among consumers. 


17. Nearly $100 Billion Will Be Added To The Economy By The Marijuana Industry By 2030.

Wall Street believes that by 2030, the industry's value will have significantly increased. That's undoubtedly feasible given the rising consumer demand and the new legal marketplaces that emerge annually.


18. Cannabis Sale Taxes Totaled Close To $3 Billion In 2022.


19. The Majority Of Adult Americans Have Used Marijuana.

Of those who have used cannabis, 72% have used it during the last month and 43% within the past year.


20. Patterns Of Cannabis Use Are Changing To Account For Inflation.

Customers are actually consuming the same amount of cannabis or more than they were a year or two ago, according to the Cannabis Consumer Insights Holiday Poll, conducted by Jushi, which surveyed 1,000 cannabis consumers from U.S. states with state-legalized cannabis sales for adults 21 and older. They are simply buying less expensive alternatives to make up for the rising cost of living.


21. 39% Of Participants Said They Purchased Less Expensive Cannabis In 2022 Compared To 2021.


22. 73% Of Participants Said They Spent More Money Per Transaction In 2022.

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23. According To A Civicscience Poll, 21% Of Persons Participating In The Famous Dry January Movement Are Substituting Cannabis And CBD For Alcohol.


24. According To The Same Poll, Cannabis Is Preferred By Persons In The 21–24 Age Group (34%), Followed By Those In The 25–34 Age Group (24%).

Since the pandemic, there has been an increasing trend among young people to substitute cannabis for alcohol. These Dry January numbers support the idea that more young people are abstaining from alcohol and switching to cannabis as a substitute.


25. The Popularity Of Marijuana Beverages, Sweets, Vape Pens, And Pre-Rolls Is Rising.

This product category movement may be attributable to a shift in consumer habits from medical to more recreational cannabis usage.

26. Consumers Are Signaling A Higher Interest In Portable, Sharing Recreational Items Rather Than Purchasing Cannabis Products For Medicinal Purposes.


27. By 2026, According To A Whitney Economics Analysis, There Will Be More Legal Marijuana Than Illegal Marijuana In The US.

The nation as a whole is increasing its cannabis farming. A typical pattern in cannabis cultivation in new markets is a scarcity of marijuana just after legalization, followed by an oversupply as the state increases production to meet demand, and then an equilibrium between marijuana supply and demand.


28. Among Americans, 14% Utilize CBD Products While 49% Of Those Over 65 Don't Know What CBD Is.

Due to the stigma around marijuana use, many of those over 65 may be unaware of the benefits CBD provides. Despite its growing popularity, there are still several misconceptions surrounding marijuana use that could prevent senior citizens from accessing this potential treatment option.


29. According To A Study By Gallup, The Most Common Reasons For Using CBD Include Pain, Anxiety, Insomnia, Arthritis, And Migraines.


30. Maryland, Missouri, And Rhode Island Were Added To The List Of Legal Adult-Use Cannabis States In 2022.


31. According To Gallup, There Are Groups Whose Support Is At Least 10 Points Below The National Average Including Those Who Attend Church Weekly (46%), Conservatives (49%), Republicans (51%), And Older Adults (53%).

By determining which subgroups favor and oppose cannabis, we can comprehend common objections to the plant and have a clearer idea of the contemporary cannabis user.


32. Legal Marijuana Is Often More Popular With Younger, More Liberal Groups.

Support is anticipated to increase when the Gen Z group hits 21 and combines with Millennials to surpass older generations.


33. 37 US States Including Washington D.C. Have Now Legalized Medical Marijuana.

This includes Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, and West Virginia.


34. States Are Anxious To Start Selling Legal Marijuana And Are Learning How To Speed Up Procedures.

It is anticipated that the period between the initial legalization of medicinal marijuana and the first sale of recreational marijuana would decrease dramatically as the marijuana industry matures.


35. The States With The Greatest Overall State Tax Revenues In 2022 Were California ($774 Million), Washington ($517 Million), And Illinois ($466 Million), According To A Study By The Urban Institute.


36. The States With The Highest Cannabis Tax Receipts Per Person Were Washington ($67 Million), Colorado ($61 Million), And Nevada ($48 Million).


37. Cannabis Sales Significantly Increased In Response To The Covid-19 Pandemic. 

People sought relief from boredom and worry while staying at home.


38. Cannabis Costs Are Decreasing.

The price of cannabis has significantly decreased as a result of decreases in consumer demand compared to the cannabis boom during the pandemic, as well as competitive pressure on producers and merchants.


39. According To BDSA Retail Sales Tracking Statistics, Between Q3 2021 And Q3 2022, The Average Retail Price Of Cannabis Decreased By Almost 20%, Which Was A Greater Decrease Than Any Other 12-Month Period.

In more established areas, this price compression is more noticeable. According to data from Apex Trading, the cost of a pound of marijuana in Colorado has decreased by around 50% over the last two years, while the cost of a pound of marijuana in Oregon has decreased by about 36% over the same time.


40. Cannabis Mergers Decreased In 2022 But Is Anticipated To Increase In 2023.

Cannabis mergers and acquisitions are expected to increase significantly in 2023 due to the growing number of states legalizing marijuana for recreational use and the ever-increasing consumer demand for marijuana products.


41. Regulations And Compliance Are The Top Obstacle For 52.4% Of Cannabis Industry Owners, According To Vangst's State Of The Cannabis Economy Survey.

Federal prohibition came in second place (49.7%), closely followed by inflation (50.3%).


42. 65% Of Cannabis Executives Expect Sales To Increase In The Next Six Months But 73% Believe Economic Conditions Are Worse Than A Year Ago.

The increased optimism can be attributed to several factors, such as continued innovation and legalization efforts across the United States. In recent years, more states have legalized recreational marijuana, which has caused an influx of new customers into the market. This has resulted in a surge in demand and a corresponding jump in sales figures for companies offering cannabis products or services. Additionally, technological advancements such as growth automation and artificial intelligence have enabled companies to maximize production efficiency and create high-quality products at lower costs.


43. A Benefit That Other Industries Lack Is The Enormous Tailwinds That The Cannabis Business Enjoys.

Every year, more customers enter the market, new states launch legal cannabis programs, and legislation is moving forward favorably.


44. Weedmaps Reports That 57% Of Cannabis Users Think Everyone Should Have Access To Job Possibilities In The Cannabis Business And That Everyone Would Profit From Those Equitable Chances.

The majority of respondents—46%—indicated they want to support minority- and women-owned cannabis companies and 37% said they want to patronize such stores on a regular basis.


45. Only 15 States Have Social Equity Initiatives, Despite The Fact That Cannabis Is Legal For Adult Or Medicinal Use In 37 States. 

Social equity initiatives exist in two of the 18 states where cannabis is solely authorized for medicinal use and 13 of the 21 states where it is legal for adult use.


46. Cannabis Industry Leadership Diversity Is Either Stagnant Or Falling.

Non-white ownership of cannabis firms decreased from 20.7% in 2021 to 15.4% in 2022. Furthermore, during the past five years, there has been a stagnation or reduction in the proportion of women and people of color in leadership roles in the United States.


47. In 2023, There Is A High Probability That Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, And Minnesota Will Legalize Marijuana For Adult Use.

After adult-use cannabis was legalized in 3 states in 2022, four more are planning to take cannabis legislation to the polls this year.


48. The Marijuana Research Law Is The First Marijuana-Specific Standalone Bill To Be Approved By The Senate And Recommended To The President By Congress.

The legislation aims to make it easier to conduct studies on cannabis and its possible medical advantages. This will be accomplished by reducing obstacles for researchers and expediting the application procedure for scientific cannabis studies.


49. The US Cannabis Council Was Established Via The Collaboration Of Many Leading Cannabis Associations, Corporations, And Advocacy Groups.

The council's goals include "focusing on winning federal changes that advance social fairness and promote fair, safe, and well-regulated markets worldwide as states continue to legalize cannabis at a rapid rate" and "aligning and unifying its members' collective voices to achieve cannabis reform."


50. To Set An Example For The Rest Of Europe, Germany Aims To Legalize Marijuana For Recreational Use.

A long-awaited roadmap aims to decriminalize the purchase and possession of small quantities of cannabis. This plan calls for the sale of cannabis at establishments with permits.


51. Thailand Effectively Decriminalized Marijuana And Hemp When It Took Them Off The List Of Category 5 Drugs In June 2022.

Due to a change in the law, Thai citizens are now able to cultivate and sell cannabis for medical purposes.


52. The Number Of Those Who Want To Consume Cannabis As Part Of Holiday Festivities Climbed Marginally, Demonstrating A Consistent Trend From Year To Year.

When asked if they would be more inclined to buy cannabis or associated items as holiday gifts if cannabis were legalized nationally, almost 88% of respondents said yes, essentially unchanged from the previous year.


53. Delta-8 THC Is Still A Concern For The Business.

In the previous year, nearly every state with a legal marijuana market implemented some kind of restriction to control delta-8 THC. Even in states with strong restrictions and small or nonexistent legal marijuana markets, delta-8 products proliferated almost unchecked, becoming a significant source of competition for the licensed business.


54. In Almost Every Area, Flower Sales Will Increase, But As Consumers Get More Savvy And Turn To Alternative Products Like Vapes, Concentrates, And Edibles, Flower Is Losing Market Share.

Regular users continue to smoke flower at the same rates while also incorporating additional form factors into their consumption patterns, not substituting it for other products.


55. As A Stand-Alone Concentrate, As Well As An Ingredient In Pre-Rolls, Cartridges, And Edibles, Live Resin Will Remain A Customer Favorite Extract.

Live resin preferences are making the product more popular than distillate, which will lose some of its attraction while still remaining available.


56. All States Where Marijuana Is Legal Need Companies That Sell Marijuana To Get A License From The State In Order To Do So. States Have Their Own Procedures For Licensing Dispensaries.


57. While Marijuana Usage Is Legal In The District Of Columbia, There Is Currently No Regulated Recreational Market There.


58. The States Impose Varied Levels Of Regulation And Taxation On Marijuana Sales.

Some states impose excise taxes on sales, which are placed on the seller of a certain good like marijuana and often passed on to the customer by including it in the product's price.


59. State Laws Differ On The Quantity Of Marijuana That Adults Are Allowed To Possess, Whether They Are Allowed To Cultivate Their Own Marijuana Plants, And How Tax Money Is Used.


60. In Colorado, Those Over 21 May Possess Up To An Ounce Of Marijuana, Give It Away, And Raise Up To Six Plants Per Home, But No Matter How Many People Live There, A Dwelling May Not Have More Than 12 Plants. 

It Is Unlawful To Use Marijuana In Public.


61. Adults Over 21 In Washington Are Permitted To Purchase And Possess Up To An Ounce Of Marijuana, 16 Ounces Of Solid Delicacies Infused With Marijuana, 72 Ounces Of Liquid Items Infused With Marijuana, And 7 Grams Of Marijuana Concentrates. 

Marijuana usage is prohibited in public places, and recreational users are not permitted to cultivate the plants inside.


62. Adults In Alaska Over The Age Of 21 Are Permitted To Grow Up To Six Marijuana Plants, But Only Three Of Those Plants May Reach Maturity. 

They are also permitted to possess and distribute up to an ounce of marijuana. The use of the medication in public is prohibited.


63. In Oregon, Those Who Are Over 21 Years Old Are Allowed To Keep Up To 8 Ounces Of Marijuana At Home And Up To An Ounce In Public. 

Adults are also permitted to consume up to 16 ounces of marijuana products that are solid, such as edibles, or up to 72 ounces of marijuana products that are liquid. Up to four cannabis plants can be grown by adults. In Oregon, smoking marijuana in a public setting is prohibited.


64. Because Congressional Republicans Have Frequently Inserted Language In Spending Bills Prohibiting The District From Setting Up An Independent Regulating Body, Recreational Cannabis Sales Are Illegal In The District Of Columbia. 

The adult-use marijuana market in D.C. is dependent on gifting services since it lacks legal stores.


65. In California, Adults Over 21 Are Permitted To Possess Up To An Ounce Of Marijuana And Up To 8 Grams Of Cannabis Concentrate Legally. 

A maximum of six live cannabis plants may also be grown by adults. The use of marijuana in a vehicle or while smoking or swallowing it is prohibited in public areas.


66. In Maine, Those Over 21 Are Permitted To Possess And Use Up To 2.5 Ounces Of Marijuana, As Well As Grow Up To Six Flowering Plants And Twelve Seedlings.


67. In Massachusetts, Adults Over 21 Are Allowed To Possess Up To An Ounce Of Marijuana On Their Person And 10 Ounces At Home.

Additionally, home growing is allowed, with a limit of six plants per individual and a maximum of 12 plants per family of two or more persons.


68. Over-21 Nevada Residents Are Permitted To Possess Up To An Ounce Of Marijuana And Up To An Eighth Of An Ounce Of Marijuana Concentrate. 

Up to six plants, or 12 plants per household, may also be grown by adults. Using marijuana in a vehicle or in public is prohibited.


69. In Michigan, It Is Acceptable For Adults Over 21 To Cultivate, Use, And Own Marijuana. 

The law permits people to possess up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana and 15 grams of concentrated marijuana, as well as up to 12 plants per home.


70. In Late 2019, The Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency Started Accepting Applications For Retail Licenses. 

Both provisioning facilities for medical use and regulated merchants for cannabis used recreationally are currently operational in Michigan.


71. Illinois Adults Over 21 May Possess Up To 30 Grams Of Marijuana, 5 Grams Of Cannabis Oil, And Goods With Up To 500 Milligrams Of Thc As Of January 2020. 

Adult visitors from outside Illinois are permitted to consume half of those quantities while they are there. Public consumption is still prohibited.


72. On Election Day 2020, New Jersey Supported Marijuana Legalization Initiatives Along With The Other Four New States. 

Nearly 67% of voters passed a ballot measure to legalize marijuana. Only people who are at least 21 years old would be permitted to consume cannabis, according to the proposed law. It made the cannabis industry subject to state and municipal taxes and gave the state commission on medicinal cannabis, which already exists, the authority to regulate the market for recreational use. Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation on February 22, 2021, creating the state's recreational market and lessening the penalties for underage marijuana and alcohol possession.


73. On Election Day 2020, Over 57% Of Voters In Montana Supported Initiative 190, Which Makes It Legal For Individuals 21 And Older To Possess And Consume Small Amounts Of Cannabis.

With 58% of the vote, Montana's Constitutional Initiative 118 was approved, allowing the state legislature to establish the legal drinking and smoking age.


74. Marijuana Crimes Would Be Erased Under Arizona's Proposition 207, Which Would Also Allow For Limited Marijuana Use, Possession, And Production By People Over The Age Of 21, As Well As A Prohibition On Public Marijuana Smoking. On Election Day 2020, Around 60% Of Voters Approved The Proposal.


75. There Is Friction Between The Freedom Of States To Enact Their Own Laws And The Power Of The Federal Government Since States That Have Legalized Marijuana For Either Recreational Or Medicinal Use Have Done So In Direct Opposition To The Federal Government.


76. In States Where Marijuana Is Legal, The Federal Government Usually Takes A Hands-Off Attitude To Marijuana Prohibition Enforcement. 

Federal prosecutors were instructed not to prosecute anyone who dispensed marijuana in compliance with state medicinal marijuana legislation by the Obama administration in 2009.


77. When Compared To The Preceding 10 Years, Young Individuals Aged 19 To 30 Used Marijuana At An All-Time High In 2021. 

For eighth, ninth, and 12th grades, however, there was a marginal but substantial decrease in marijuana use as compared to 2020. Due to COVID-19, there may have been less peer contact and more parental control, which may have led to this deterioration.


78. More Than 500 Different Compounds Are Found In Marijuana, With Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol (Thc) Being The Main Psychoactive Component.

The amount of THC included in a marijuana product closely correlates with how strong of a high it will produce when ingested.


79. There Are Other Chemical Components Found In Cannabis, But Thc (Delta-9 Tetrahydrocannabinol) And Cbd Are The Two That Get The Most Attention From The General Public (Cannabidiol).

THC is generally the component of cannabis that causes the "high." Despite being more well-known for its medicinal purposes, CBD does not get you high. For various effects, cannabis plants are bred into strains with varying concentrations of THC and CBD.


80. Young People Who Use Marijuana Frequently, Excessively, And In Combination With Other Risk Factors Are More Likely To Develop Marijuana Use Disorder.


81. Many People Have Admitted To Ingesting Both Drugs And Alcohol At The Same Time.

Due to the increased risk of adverse social and medical health effects, using marijuana with alcohol at the same time raises serious concerns.


82. Today’s Cannabis Has Much Higher Concentrations Of THC.


83. Back In The ‘60s And ‘70s, The Concentration Of THC In Smoked Cannabis Was Typically 3-7%. Nowadays, It’s Usually 20-30%. Some Highly Concentrated Products Can Be 60-85% THC, And Are Used By Vaping Or Dabbing.

People can determine a cannabis product's strength from its label since Washington State regulations provide for all goods to bear the THC and CBD content on the label.


84. Dabbing Cannabis Involves Breathing Heated Oils And Waxes That Have Been Solvent-Extracted To Produce Extremely Potent THC.

People are readily able to go over their own limit when dabbing since the effects might be very strong. Additionally, dabbing among adults is linked to toxic psychosis episodes, panic attacks, and a more severe form of cannabis dependency.


85. Some Individuals Believe That Cannabis Users Cannot Get Dependent On It.

One in ten cannabis users may develop an addiction. 1 in 6 apply to those under the age of 18. Data on how some of the more recent, more concentrated drugs on the market might alter this propensity for addiction is limited.


86. Marijuana Abuse, Especially Heavy Usage, Can Impair Memory, Learning, And Attention, Especially In Young People.


87. Thc Can Be Passed Through Breast Milk To Newborns And From Pregnant Women To Their Unborn Children. 

People who are pregnant or nursing should abstain from smoking cannabis because the full consequences of this are unknown.


88. More Premium Edible And Concentrated Products Will Be Promoted As "Solventless" Cannabinoids, According To Experts.

This suggests that neither butane nor ethanol were employed in the extraction procedure.


89. Typically, Marijuana Is Smoked Using Pipes, Water Pipes, Or Hand-Rolled Cigarettes. 

They can also smoke it in blunts, which are cigars that have been packed with a mixture of marijuana and tobacco after the tobacco has been removed.

90. The Smell Of Marijuana Smoke Is Strong And Unique, Typically Sweet And Sour.


91. THC-Containing Foods Are Referred To As Marijuana Edibles. Products Like Baked Goods, Chocolate, Gummy Candies, And Even Beverages Can Include Marijuana.


92. It Is Really Difficult To Distinguish Between A Typical Food Item And A Marijuana Edible. 

Because of this, edibles may be quite hazardous for kids who might consume them by accident.


93. Marijuana Alters The Way The Mind Processes Information And Hampers Concentration And Coordination Even At Lower Dosages.

Due to these side effects, marijuana usage has caused home, workplace, and automotive accidents that have harmed both the user and other people. High marijuana dosages can cause hallucinations, vision distortion, and loss of personal identity.


94. In Certain Users, Regular Or Long-Term Marijuana Use Has Been Associated With An Elevated Risk Of Psychosis Or Schizophrenia.


95. The Risk Of Pregnancy Problems May Rise For Someone Who Uses Marijuana While Pregnant. 

Marijuana should be avoided by women who are pregnant or nursing.


96. Contrary To Popular Belief, Marijuana Has A Variety Of Long-Term Negative Effects.

Lung cancer and issues with adolescent brain development are some of these impacts. However, the drug's early side effects may call for medical intervention.


97. ER Visits Connected To Marijuana Were Brought On By Negative Responses, Intentional Poisoning, And Unintentional Intake.

A marijuana overdose can result from ingesting more cannabis than your body can manage.


98. Numerous Illnesses, Including Inflammation, Nausea Brought On By Cancer Treatment, Multiple Sclerosis, And Mental Health Issues, Have Been The Subject Of Research Into The Therapeutic Use Of Medical Marijuana.


99. There Is A Connection Between Marijuana Usage And Mental Health Conditions Including Depression, According To Researchers.

The exact mechanism of how marijuana affects mental health is not fully understood, but researchers believe that THC – the psychoactive compound in cannabis – can interact with receptors in our brains and change neurotransmitter activity, potentially leading to changes in mood or behavior.


100. Cannabis Is Found In Half Of All Drug Seizures Globally.

Additionally, those seizures are widely dispersed geographically, affecting nearly all nations in the world.


101. Cannabis Reduces Psychomotor Performance In A Wide Range Of Tasks, Including Split Attention, Motor Coordination, And Several Sorts Of Operational Tasks.

Smoking as little as 20 mg of THC from cannabis can impede human performance on complicated machinery for up to 24 hours, and driving while intoxicated from cannabis increases the likelihood of car accidents.

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