And I quote:
"[FONT=Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif]For long-term users, the harm goes beyond this. Cannabis gets deposited in our body’s fatty issue. Its effects are very similar to that of schizophrenia — the user is in a state of acute intoxication, s/he tends to lose motivation, suffers from delusions and mood swings, hallucinates and loses touch with reality,” explains Malhotra. Experts are unanimous that this ‘cool’ drug can leave its users scarred in the long term, and they find it difficult to adjust to their surroundings."
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