Tuesday, December 2, 2008

come to think of it...

okay, so 1) 2) 3)...cannabis causes frontal lobe damage & memory loss ...alcohol causes memory loss & liver damage...acetylsalycilic acid causes liver damage & thins the blood...

bear with me here...so, if all these above substances are actually similar, then cannabis is actually a blood thinner, disguised by the method of intake, smoking, which causes a false evaluation of causology...the whole dehydration effect...if cannabis is actually related to blood thinners, by long term observed effect, (oh & add Alzheimer's to long term aspirin chugging), then the rebound effect caused by stopping the intake of cannabis would be ...you guessed it...similar to the rebound effect of stopping any blood thinner...(like even gingko biloba or eating garlic daily...)

epilepsy...(or more accurately brain stroke cause by cloggage of thinned bloodstream , no longer being artificially thinned...

In children , who say , were the offspring of parents who smoked a lot of dope, the child would have to outgrow the inherited blood thinner in their blood ...when that happened, boom , let me guess, a seizure, a stroke ...

later, doctors will prescribe a blood thinner to that child...or the child learns to self-medicate with dope, later in life...boom, cycle
recommenced, & their children will inherit the addiction to blood thinners...

& don't tell me dope is not addictive...or that epilepsy is not caused by dependency, then withdrawal...& that is why people with epilepsy say that pot fixes epilepsy...because they are addicted & will have withdrawal symptoms if they quit...(or they have inherited the addiction, despite not being potheads themselves...

On the other hand, if marijuana is just a powerful blood thinner, then shouldn't aspirin be illegal too ? (might prevent a future generation of Alzheimer's patients...aren't people with Alzheimer's just like long term pothead stoners ? No memory ?)

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