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imagine the suffering that could have been averted if these criminals hadn't been potheads:
- Ferguson's suicide-by-cop Michael Brown
- Aurora theater murderer James Holmes
- Islamic Boston Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev
- Miami cannibal Rudy Eugene
- Trayvon Martin
- Baltimore's Freddie Gray
- Manchester Muslim terrorist Salman Abedi 
- Vegas Strip murderer Lakeisha Holloway
- Planned Parenthood shooter Robert Lewis Dear 
- Infamous murderer Jodi Arias
- Chattanooga's Islamic terrorist Muhammad Abdulazeez
- Tuscon massacre mass murderer James Loughner, and many more.

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Scientists have warned that smoking weed can affect fertility in both men and women. They say that tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) – the psychoactive ingredient in the cannabis plant – can have an effect on the reproductive organs. Here are five things the scientists want you to know about marijuana and fertility: 

  1. The active ingredient in marijuana, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), acts on the receptors found in the hypothalamus, pituitary and internal reproductive organs in both males and females.
  2. Marijuana use can decrease sperm count. Smoking marijuana more than once a week was associated with a 29% reduction in sperm count in one study. 
  3. Marijuana may delay or prevent ovulation. In a small study, ovulation was delayed in women who smoked marijuana more than 3 times in the 3 months before the study. 
  4. Marijuana may affect the ability to conceive in couples with subfertility or infertility but does not appear to affect couples without fertility issues. 
  5. More, and better quality, research is needed into the effects of marijuana on fertility. 

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Smart Alternatives to Marijuana: Commercialized Cannabis Recipe for Community & Health Care Chaos! Colorado Clear Contender!

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new study took the same methodology of the previous study and expanded it to include states that legalized medical marijuana between 1999 and 2017 and found a surprising result: medical marijuana was associated with a 23% INCREASE in opioid deaths.  

The Misplaced Optimism in Legal Pot Legalizing medical marijuana does not reduce the rate of fatal opioid overdoses, according to researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine.

(National Academy of Science https://www.pnas.org/content/early/2019/06/04/1903434116)

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Just to lay the foundation, I have been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)anxiety and depression…on a recent trip to Las Vegas, where Pot has been legalized, I decided to try a very small amount of chocolate with what they said was about 20 milligrams of THC to see if it would help me with some pain I was having.

What followed was a nightmare. It took roughly two hours to kick in and by the time it did, we were poolside. I literally felt like I was in and out of consciousness, couldn’t see clearly, could barely walk, felt totally paranoid and was convinced I was going to die in the jacuzzi because I couldn’t move or articulate that I needed to get out. This feeling reminded me of extreme depersonalization, which I’ve experienced before with my PTSD, but even worse. I felt like this the better part of the day, and slept on and off almost the entire day. It was a horrible experience and one I never wish to repeat again.

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