The short-term effects of marijuana are generally felt within a few minutes. But how does marijuana affect each part of your body and how does it reach the brain? We visually present what happens to marijuana after you take it in this infographic.
Marijuana is the most commonly used illicit drug. Over 94 million people in the U.S. have admitted using it at least once. To learn more statistics about who uses marijuana (cannabis), explore this infographic.
Research shows that almost 9% of users become addicted to marijuana. So who needs help to address problems with marijuana use? Learn more in this infographic.
Can marijuana cause fertility problems? Find our how smoking weed is related to sexuality, conception, and pregnancy here. An INFOGRAPHIC to like, share, or use in your school or office.
An INFOGRAPHIC on how marijuana addiction starts in the brain. How addictive is weed? And what are its basic effects? LIKE, SHARE, or COMMENT here.
Marijuana does not only affect the brain for a shorter period of time, but it can also change the way our brain works. Here is how.
Does marijuana have long term effects on the brain? Yes, especially among children and adolescents! A graphic visualization of this phenomenon here.
How does marijuana affect the body? We review the short and long term effects of smoking or eating weed here. An INFOGRAPHIC to like or share.
A graphic representation of the adverse effects prolonged and chronic use of marijuana can have on your general health, behavior, organs, and mental well-being.
“90% of the drug problem is prohibition-related and not use-related,” says Gary Johnson. Read his take on the War on Drugs and legalization of drugs, here.