Marijuana - Its all lies.

by Ruldoph
(Sweden)

I was a teen when I started to smoke pot. People make myths about the drug like (especially) It can't kill you but... it definitely can. It makes your vision go funny, extremely numb muscles, anxiety, it sucks the saliva right out of your mouth.

The anxiety and difficulty breathing is the WORST of it all. When you are high, you are questioning yourself like, Am I going to be alive tomorrow ?, Can someone help me ? I sometimes was hung over for two or three days or a little more it was that bad. I had trouble breathing after a day and being hung over, I thought that my next step was heart failure and then potentially being six feet under (and we all don't want to go there).

Till this day, I still have issues with my breathing, my muscles are terrible, and I have nocturnal anxiety attacks, and something that feels like heartburn. I still have these symptoms because of this drug they call the cure for everything, but no, it is the path to death.

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