Cannabis Use In Europea

Submitted By tylergang69
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for the papers i use european brands because they are easier to get.

the main two brands I use are: OCB (a french brand) and SMOKING (a spanish brand). both make paper that is specially tailored to smoke hash/weed (slow combustion paper).

from the two, SMOKING is my prefered brand, but i gess it's very personal/subjective since i can't find any specific reason why other than the fact that SMOKING papers have a warning paper when you have only 5 paper's remaining.

for the size i personally prefer 1 1/4, and i glue two of them when i need to make a bigger joint, but a lot of people here prefer the king size ones.

that said, i'm more selective when i smoke with others, to smoke alone i have no problem using standart tobacco rolling paper (even with rolling tobacco instead of a regular cigarette [since a mainly smoke hash, it is always blended with tobacco]) Teenagers who smoke marijuana daily are over 60 percent less likely to complete high school than those who never use. They're also 60 percent less likely to graduate college and seven times more likely to attempt suicide. Those are the startling conclusions of a new study of adolescent cannabis use out today in The Lancet Psychiatry, a British journal of health research.

Researchers gathered data on the frequency of cannabis use among 3,725 students from Australia and New Zealand, and then looked at the students' developmental outcomes up to the age of 30. They found "clear and consistent associations between frequency of cannabis use during adolescence and most young adult outcomes investigated, even after controlling for 53 potential confounding factors including age, sex, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, use of other drugs, and mental illness."

Significantly, they found that the risks for negative outcomes increased with the frequency of cannabis use. In a conference call, study co-author Edmund Sillins said that the relationship between cannabis use and negative outcomes is significant even at low levels of use (e.g., less than monthly), and that