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post Sep 05, 2008, 12:22 PM
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I have recently been alerted to this:

1. I still believe cannabis does NOT cause schizophrenia but I have never doubted that cannabis DOES cause psychosis (drug induced psychosis vs schizophrenia). The psychosis being most susceptible to fluctuations in cannabis consumption, i.e. states of withdrawal or direct effect. Further, once psychosis has occured (in the blurry field that psychosis operates under) it seems more likely that it will reoccur.

2. As the cannabidiol seems to work in some ways like an antipsychotic, we should be encouraging those around us (directly or indirectly) to cultivate cannabis with a much higher cannabidiol to THC ratio than what is presently done. Most cannabis strains today are grown solely with high THC concentrations in mind. This leaves cannabidiol concentrations much lower than THC concentrations, this is most likely why people say that cannabis a few years ago was different to the stuff we get today.

"I like your old stuff better than your new stuff"
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post Sep 05, 2008, 01:18 PM
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Very true, change your bad dealers! Price isn't always the object.
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