New Report Links Marijuana Use With Development of Psychosis

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Published on March 21, 2019 - Duration: 01:22s

New Report Links Marijuana Use With Development of Psychosis

New Report Links Marijuana Use With Development of Psychosis The study was held from 2010 to 2015 by King's College London.

It involved over 900 people in 11 areas around Europe and South America.

All of the subjects had a previous episode of psychosis.

The study explains that chances of psychosis are three times likelier to occur for those who smoked every day.

For people who consumed stronger strains of pot, it is five times likelier.

King's College London, via statement Cannabis experts say it's because there is now more THC in marijuana.

The element is what gives pot users that "stoned" feeling.

Medical dispensaries these days will sell marijuana containing up to 25% THC.

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