The weed plant is a potent weed, which means it can be very deadly if you are a young person or if you’re prone to a rash or a burning sensation.

It also makes the skin feel dry and can cause swelling, so it’s not something you should be smoking anytime soon.

It is also very hard to kill if you accidentally inhale it. 

In fact, research has shown that people who are regularly using marijuana in large quantities tend to have higher levels of the chemical known as THC, a compound that is linked to the desire for marijuana.

This is because the compound makes you feel full and increases your dopamine levels.

However, the chemical also raises the risk of lung cancer.

This link between marijuana and lung cancer is so strong, in fact, that a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine in 2017 found that the risk for lung cancer was three times higher in people who smoked marijuana regularly than in people not. 

How does marijuana affect your brain?

According to the latest research, the compounds in marijuana affect the brain in different ways.

The effects are so profound that the researchers found that regular marijuana use can affect the functioning of the brain as well. 

What are the side effects of marijuana?

Marijuana use can cause headaches, nausea, loss of appetite, memory loss and muscle aches.

It can also cause severe dizziness and nausea and can make it hard to concentrate.

This can also lead to psychosis, which is a condition where people become confused and start behaving strangely.

This could happen even if you never smoke marijuana. 

Are there any health benefits to marijuana?

Yes, it has been shown to reduce the risk factors for developing Alzheimer’s disease, stroke and cancer.

The researchers believe this may be because the compounds found in marijuana can help the brain develop more quickly, which makes it easier to recover from such diseases. 

Can I smoke marijuana when I’m pregnant?

No, marijuana can’t be smoked while you’re pregnant.

However it can cause damage to the fetus and could lead to a miscarriage.

However there are some precautions you can take to ensure you don’t get pregnant.

If you have a family history of lung disease or asthma, such as asthma, bronchitis, or a history of allergies, smoking marijuana could be considered to be a risky activity for you.

If your doctor recommends that you stop smoking marijuana, ask him or her to refer you to a qualified health professional who can advise you on how to reduce its harmful effects on the fetus. 

Is marijuana legal in Australia?

Yes.

In Australia, it is illegal to sell or give it to anyone under the age of 18.

However the government is also looking at relaxing restrictions around marijuana.

It’s expected that the Government will move to loosen the restrictions around legal marijuana, and this could include relaxing the restrictions on how many plants you can grow in your garden and the amount of time you can keep the plants. 

Have you heard about the dangers of marijuana use?

If you or anyone you know has used marijuana or is at risk of using it, talk to your doctor.

They will be able to tell you if you should try to stop using marijuana.

If it’s safe for you to stop, you may need to stop smoking it.

However don’t do this if you have other health issues or if it is dangerous for you, such a cancer diagnosis, an injury, or if someone has a history or history of using marijuana or cannabis.