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Marijuana or cannabis Marijuana facts at a glance

The signs and symptoms of using marijuana can include:

• Slow thinking

• Slow reflexes

• Reduced coordination

• Problems concentrating

• Reduced motivation

• Dilated pupils

• Bloodshot or glassy eyes

• Dryness of the mouth

• Increased appetite

• Mood swings

• Panic attacks

• Anxiety and paranoia

• Psychosis

The consequences of using marijuana may include:

• Dependence

• Anxiety and depression

• Sleep problems

• Lowered sex drive

• Learning difficulties and poorer

educational outcomes

• Memory problems

• Respiratory illnesses such as chronic

cough and bronchitis

• Increased risk of cancer of the lung,

mouth, throat and tongue

• Paranoia and other psychotic

symptoms such as hallucinations with

What is it?

Marijuana (cannabis) primarily comes from the cannabis plant (cannabis sativa). The cannabis plant is also used to produce hashish (hash) and hash oil. Of the three, marijuana

• Hallucinations increased risk of developing • Delusions schizophrenia

(cannabis) is the most common and least powerful but is still capable of causing a variety of physical and mental problems resulting from intoxication and long-term use.

Marijuana (cannabis) is known by a variety of other names, including: pot, grass, weed, ya(r)ndi, rope, mull, dope, skunk, bhang, ganja, hash, chronic, reefer, joint, cone or spliff.

Physical effects

Marijuana (cannabis) produces a ‘high’ that generally makes the user feel more relaxed,

happy and more talkative. It can also increase appetite.

When cannabis is used, THC is the main active chemical constituent absorbed into the bloodstream. THC crosses into the bloodstream and acts on the brain, flooding the receptors with the brain’s reward chemicals and producing the ‘high’ effect.

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