What is more harmful than canabinol or alcohol?

What is more harmful than canabinol or alcohol?

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Answer 1
January, 2021

Modern cannabinoids have undergone genetic selection, and synthetic "analogues" have appeared. Homegrown cannabinoids, which we knew decades ago, are many times inferior to modern ones in terms of the concentration of active substances. And addiction, as practice has shown, is developing rapidly, since a much larger number of brain receptors are activated, which leads to serious disorders in a short period of time. For example, fatty degeneration of the liver, turning into liver cerrosis (serious research has been carried out on this issue). This is somehow ignored. Degenerative changes in the heart muscle, the presence of giant antibodies that devour the myelin sheaths, and doctors diagnose this as a systemic disease, in particular multiple sclerosis, and the patient is treated for a systemic disease. Cannabinoid addiction is much more difficult to treat than alcohol addiction, where the patient can be intimidated by all kinds of coding methods. According to the intensity of the effect on the body, alcohol "smokes bamboo aside." Speculation about the harmlessness of "weed" is immoral. With alcoholism, a person just started drinking and will continue this path. And with cannabinoids, young people often change drugs, making their condition worse.

Answer 2
January, 2021

The dominant position in this confrontation is occupied by alcohol, and with a rather solid advantage relative to Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)
This can be clearly seen when considering both short-term harm and long-term
- for example, a lethal dose of THC (we are talking specifically about the active substance contained in marijuana (here I mean a general term) for a person, this is a range from 15 to 70 grams, even considering that these are extremely conditional numbers, because in the end everything depends on the individual characteristics of the organism, the result is not refute, namely, that a person cannot die from an overdose of THC, which cannot be said about alcohol, where the risk of overdose is very high
- Alcohol is about 100 times more dangerous than THC in terms of mortality (studies are published and available for review)
- The result of long-term use of THC is expressed in regression of cognitive functions, which is the most fatal of the possible consequences, deterioration of the cardiovascular vascular, and also due to the active action of THC on the nervous system, mental disorders can develop / worsen

As a result: alcohol is more harmful than tetrahydrocannabinol (significantly)

Considering that I and half of the theses here , most likely, did not touch, it is better to read about it on the runion (just not on the first links in Yandex / Google) some, it will be more constructive there,

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