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Drugs have infiltrated our cities our towns and our lives Though a small percentage of people use drugs they do attempt to spread their plague among others But how dangerous are these mind suppressors Do they kill like the statistics show or is it a coverup to stop people from having a good time Even in Franklin County there are drugs How bad is the problem It is worse then most people think but what can we do about it Can we do anything about it Marijuana is the drug of choice among most addicts It is provided cheap and is easily available Overdosing it on this drug is not possible or at least dying of an overdose thus making it seem safe The high is described as a rush of calmness and relaxation People under the influence feel relaxed and as if their problems are gone The most common method of doing this drug is smoking it The leafy plant is dried and smoked in a joint or a rolled cigarette with a paper mouth piece It can also be smoked in a bong or pipe Another method is eating the leaves of the plant They must be cooked in some sort of fat Marijuana is fat soluble and for the reason must be cooked in butter lard milk or other substance A new method is being tested It includes baking the marijuana under a flame without burning it It is nearly the same as smoking it but there is no smoke which may limit the chance of lung cancer Yet is this drug safe No The short term effects besides the calmness are the following temporary memory loss rapid heart beat and dizziness The long term effects include the following Lung cancer heart problems and immune system disorders The equivalent of one joint is four cigarettes or ten seconds of car exhaust No one sees the dangers of this
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