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It has been debated a lot lately about the cannabis’s possible contribution to development of schizophrenia. According to the latest analysis and tests, the link between cannabis use and schizophrenia has been ruled out. It has been found that cannabis raises chances of schizophrenia by just 1%.

There are individuals who may be at risk and more prone to developing schizophrenia due to cannabis regular use, however, there are no available techniques that could determine who these individuals were.

A small number out of 3 million people who have used cannabis had developed schizophrenia. On the other hand, there are people who have developed schizophrenia and had not smoked weed. According to these statistics, cannabis influence on developing schizophrenia has been ruled out.

However, cannabis has been found to impair mental health of certain individuals. The impairment has been seen in psychological and psychomotor performance.

Penalty regarding personal possession of cannabis is still low, which has led to stormy reactions of some health officials who reported that small penalties may be misinterpreted and that cannabis could be perceived as a relatively safe drug.

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I would like to suggest a search on the British Medical Journal site ( www bmj com ), using the argument <cannabis+mental+health> They have a lot of interesting scientific litterature there, including the now famous studies by Tennant and Rey and the even more famous Swedish study on some 70.000 Swedish conscripts by Zammit, Allebeck, Andreasson, Lundberg and Lewis.

Using the argument<cannabis+tobacco+ cancer> on the same www bmj com site is equally intresting.
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I agree that cannabis can lead to certain psychological problems especially in youngsters who are still insecure and cannot control some annoying effects of cannabis such as "tripping" that often leads to anxiety and panic attacks.
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