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|#60 - Well there you go. I still believe it can help people who are … [+] (1 new reply)||07/21/2015 on Maybe an actual unpopular...||0|
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#292 - anon (07/22/2015) [-]
However there has been some claims that it can shrink tumors.
#317 - anon (07/22/2015) [-]
You don't have to smoke it which create those nasty things you keep going on the smoking yet edibale said pills drinks etc can be used instead yes it does have medical side which is useful yes it can be narcotic every medicine docter gives is one morphine isn't just used to help poeple
#79 - Sewallman (07/21/2015) [-]
Hoffmann D, Brunnemann KD, Gori GB, Wynder EL. On the Carcinogenicity of Marijuana Smoke. In: Runeckles VC, ed. Recent Advances in Phytochemistry. Springer US; 1975:63-81.
There you go, the medical publication that I gathered that information from.
Marijuana smoke also deposits about 5 times as much tar into your lungs as tobacco smoke. Need me to sauce that one for you?
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#92 - Faz (07/21/2015) [-]
Oh no, you used the "marijuana smoke deposits x times more tar in your lungs" argument, that is one of the arguments which allows you to know when someone doesn't research and just sees a statement and ignorantly spouts it to the next person, the study which stated this fact (also its 4 times more not 5) states that when EQUAL AMOUNTS of tobacco and marijuana is smoked marijuana deposits 4 times more tar into your lungs but the cold hard fact is that the average marijuana smoker smokes far less than 4 times the amount of cigarette smokers, the average cigarette smoker smokes 12-16 a day last time i checked which for equal amounts of tar build up would require a marijuana smoker to smoke 3-4 PURE marijuana joints a day and if someone did that they wouldn't be able to function at all.
Im pro marijuana but no longer smoke it myself and haven't for over a year but im pro because my mother suffers from lots of different things and marijuana alleviates her pain and allows her to function through daily life.
#94 - Sewallman (07/21/2015) [-]
I thought that when I posted it I had said the in equal amounts phrase. Thanks for choosing to hold onto one little thing though. Marijuana smoke also effects your immune system, but not nearly bad enough to cause any shit. You're more susceptible to common ailments but the only time the weakened immune system really effects a person is if they have pre-existing immune system problems.
I still stand by my original statement.. Use marijuana either as a recreational drug or narcotic.. But never medicinally. Don't quit chemo just because some fuck head on the internet stated that marijuana cured his cancer.
#179 - yuckalss (07/22/2015) [-]
The first thing you should understand about the word "narcotic" is that it is used incorrectly more than it is used correctly. One good, quick way to tell whether someone actually knows anything about this subject is to listen to their use of this word. If they tell you that marijuana, cocaine, and meth are "narcotics" then count them among the vast legions of totally clueless people on this subject.
The word "narcotic" comes from the Greek word "narkos", meaning sleep. Therefore, "narcotics" are drugs that induce sleep. Specifically, that means the opiates such as heroin, morphine and related drugs. This is the correct meaning, so you should accept no other.
Cocaine and meth are not "narcotics". They are "stimulants", the exact opposite of a "narcotic". They cause people to be more awake and more active, not sleepy. Calling them :"narcotics" makes as much sense as calling coffee a "narcotic".
The classification of other drugs such as marijuana, alcohol, and others is open to question. (That is a subject for another page.) Some might call them "tranquilizers", "depressants", or even "hallucinogens". Marijuana and alcohol may even have a tendency to induce sleep at times. However, calling them "narcotics" simply shows a lack of understanding of the different effects.
The problem is that US Government officials, and others who enforce and support drug prohibition, tend to refer to all illegal drugs as "narcotics". They do that for three major reasons.
One reason is that they are genuinely ignorant about these drugs and their effects. That may sound like a strange thing to say about our top drug law enforcers -- people supposed to be the top experts in this field -- but I can assure you that it is 100 percent true. After years of talking to them, I haven't met one yet -- from the official United States Drug Czar to the local narcotics officers on the street -- who could pass the most basic factual quiz on the subject.
The second reason is that "narcotic" sounds dangerous and makes good headlines. Consider how attractive newspaper headlines would be if government officials proclaimed the dangers of "tranquilizers" (which narcotics are, in some respects). It just doesn't have the same sex appeal.
The third reason is that it blurs the line between things like marijuana and heroin. Police can't take a lot of credit for busting someone with an ounce of pot, so they call it a "narcotics bust."
Watch for how people use the word "narcotic". It will tell you instantly whether their opinion on the subject is really worth the puff of air it takes to speak it.
#183 - Sewallman (07/22/2015) [-]
One by-definition use of the word narcotic is an addictive substances that change your behavior or mood.
It fits perfectly into the drug categorizations with other pain killer narcotics tho. Since you know.. It is a pain killing narcotic.
Kinda like how the word faggot means a person who loves shoving dicks in their ass, but it could also mean a bundle of sticks.
#101 - Faz (07/21/2015) [-]
I didn't "choose to hold onto one little thing" you only said one thing which was misleading so i wanted to point out how its misleading, i've done a crapload of research on marijuana and if anybody ever said to me "its 100% safe" i'd laugh in their face, theres plenty of things bad with it but its ultimately safer than alternatives.
Also nobody i've spoken to or heard speak about marijuana would ever say "Quit modern medicine and smoke weed to get better" marijuana is a great medicinal tool ALONGSIDE modern medicine, chemo patients suffer greatly from loss of appetite, nausia, headaches and general pains all of which are fixed by consumption of marijuana in anyway (i'd recommend ingestion or vapour)
#103 - Sewallman (07/22/2015) [-]
I still beg to differ that it shouldn't be used as a medicine, but instead as a narcotic.
Narcotics are essentially pain killers, they make symptoms of disease, itches and owies subside.. But not cured. The advantage that marijuana has over most other narcotics is that it does make people hungry which is pretty nice in cases where the symptoms are causing weight loss or people need a higher calorie intake.
Some people think that marijuana is magic and cure all the serious problems.. But during the alcohol prohibition, they made very similar claims that actually took to creating legalized sales of medicinal alcohol.
#109 - Faz (07/22/2015) [-]
I really do not know where you get your definition of narcotics from but i need to see this dictionary since the actual definition of a narcotic is "an addictive drug affecting mood or behaviour, especially an illegal one."
You do know though that a painkiller is still a medicinal tool? So is anaesthesia and such, they don't make you better but they allow for other things to make you better. Nobody claims marijuana is a magical fix all plant, its not a cure but its a stepping stone.
#112 - Sewallman (07/22/2015) [-]
I use the dictionary definition, not the google searched "define narcotic" definition.
any of a class of substances that blunt the senses, as opium, morphine, belladonna, and alcohol, that in large quantities produce euphoria, stupor, or coma, that when used constantly can cause habituation or addiction, and that are used in medicine to relieve pain, cause sedation, and induce sleep.
Medicine, by definition is used to cure ailments. In the definition I just provided of narcotic, it uses the word medicine to refer to the profession.
#116 - Faz (07/22/2015) [-]
I use oxford English dictionary actually, not google but considering they are both the exact same im guessing google uses oxford English dictionary too.
And yet again nobody claims marijuana cures anything, this entire time i have said it should be used as a MEDICINAL TOOL, not to cure but to help with certain ailments.
#119 - Sewallman (07/22/2015) [-]
I could tell you to look up the definition of medicine and tell you that a lot of people do think of it as a cure all.. But I'm going to end this conversation by saying that we're fighting over definitions of certain words right now..
Which is when I throw in the hat on a conversation. We mean the same thing, but use different words for it. Have a great day, guy-o.
#121 - Faz (07/22/2015) [-]
I did just look up the actual oxford definition of medicine and it states
"The science or practice of the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease (in technical use often taken to exclude surgery):"
"A drug or other preparation for the treatment or prevention of disease:"
Both of which support marijuana being medicinal thanks to that magical word "treatment". Thanks, bye.
#84 - slyblade (07/21/2015) [-]
I mean in no way to discount your information and as I seem unable to find it at this moment I have little to actually offer. But I thought that work had been discredited as it was based on people who smoke a mix of tobacco and weed, therefore taking longer draws and depositing more of the tar from the tobacco into their lungs?
#89 - Sewallman (07/21/2015) [-]
They tested the blood of the people before and after smoking strictly tobacco and strictly marijuana. I guess it's 3 times as much, not 5 times. That was my fault.
An easy test that you can do to prove that marijuana smoke deposits more tar is to buy a cigarette roller, and roll pot into a cigarette tube and compare the filter to a filter used with tobacco.
#96 - anon (07/21/2015) [-]
What about using it in edibles, vaporizers, or other non-smoking ways of ingesting it?
#99 - Sewallman (07/21/2015) [-]
I'm not sure about the relation with the immune system or carcinogenic content that comes with eating marijuana. There is obviously no adversity towards your lungs that is caused by inhalation though.
There may be carcinogenic content to it still though.. Especially with all the chemicals used during the growing process now days.
#118 - summersevedude (07/22/2015) [-]
You are an idiot, I have a medical card and you get medically tested stuff at the store or delivery service. Its tested for all contaminates since there are lots of patients with AIDS and cancer who need these forms of quality control to not compromise thier immune systems. Its not at every single cannabis club but it is very common. Growing methods are organic, most weed farmers are organic earthy motherfuckers anyways. You dont really know what you are talking about.
#104 - jimtheneckbeard (07/22/2015) [-]
One of the main problems with today's grow-ops is there is almost no way to tell how it has been treated in the way of fertilizers, pesticides etc.
That's one of the reasons I support the legalisation of cannabis, simply because it would make commercial growers use a regulation enforced standard like any other agricultural product
#106 - jimtheneckbeard (07/22/2015) [-]
That's not even the worst of it, some of my friends had a grow operation a few years back and the shit they would do to it to try and yield a higher THC content... most of it didn't even make sense they were just trying everything anyone told them on some weed forum.
#81 - Sewallman (07/21/2015) [-]
When I was writing my Senior Seminar project on the subject, I wasn't able to use the tldr that the American Lung Association has.
My project had a few of the ones listed along with some of the newer publications.. But yes, that's where I originally got the citation, but when I posted it just now, I opened up the file on my computer and went to the citations page.
#125 - summersevedude (07/22/2015) [-]
You then compare medical marijuana to alcohol BS with polio and prohibition lol no science. There is this thing call CBD as an active ingredient, along with THC, that have various strands with various levels of CBD and it has been proven to help lots of people with a huge variety of illnesses such as MS, Parkinson, people who suffer from seizures, and even children with forms of behavioral issues have found CBD to help or all but eliminate symptoms. There are also plenty of ways to ingest cannabis, not just by smoking. I have done my fair share of smoking and for the past 5 years I've been using a volcano vaporizer or another vape product. No carcinogens.
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