|Because the effects are felt almost immediately by the smoker, further inhalation can be stopped at any time and the effect therefore regulated. In contrast, those ingesting marijuana experience effects that are slower to develop, cumulative, longer lasting, and more variable, making unpleasant reactions more likely with this method of administration.|
Actually most of the effects I listed tend to be worsened but ingesting marijuana. You can not stop when *enough is enough* because it takes much longer to feel it and by then you could have already consumed more than desired. Also, the effects are felt for longer periods of time and are in fact worse than smoking.
And personal jabs will get you no where, especially when you misspell it
|In all honesty, I do think it should be legalized, I just want everyone to stop saying it is soooo healthy. It isn't. Their is tar and side effects that should be known.
That being said, I think America can only gain from the legalization. It is not as bed as cigarettes or alcohol (by any means) but i can honestly say I would never do it. I do not smoke and rarely drink (and never excessively) so I am not picking and choosing my *drugs of choice* based on stigma.