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Mairjuana is a drug that has been with us for quite awhile It was used in ancient China and India for pain relief tension relief and anxiety problems Over the course of time the drug made its way from other countries such as India and China and came to the US A user of this drug will feel the effects anywhere from a few seconds of smoking it to about ten minutes Its chemicals go into the lungs then get dispersed into the bloodstream The user then gets a feeling of being high or stoned After these effects wear off the user is left feeling tired hungry lazy weary unmotivated and a little depressed This is the burnt stage It can take up to a week to get the entire effect from the drug out of your system Marijuana is a plant and like any other plant needs special cares and needs to get the plant grown Different fertilizers soils and nutrients are used to grow a plant The better one takes care of the plant the more potent the product from that plant will be In the 19030s the government classified marijuana as a schedule I drug Other schedule I drugs are Heroin Peyote Mescaline and LSD or Acid A definition of a schedule I drug is one that is dangerous likely to case harm and lacking perceived medical use Since then marijuana users have faced jail time community service andor expensive fines Marijuana is used today to relax people andor around other people to enhance a social event It is ninety percent of the time smoked both by being placed in a bowl or bong or it can be rolled up in cigarette papers and smoked like a cigarette It also can be cooked into different foods to digest the drug This produces the same effect it just takes longer to kick in Marijuana can cost anywhere from forty to nine-hundred dollars
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