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420i
420i

Love these studies.. I think the overall theme is sane and reasonable use of marijuana

Nancyjane
Nancyjane

I disagree. This study was likely done using people who were used to MJ. There are two things to consider before you hop into your car thinking all is well. #1...Are you a regular user that is accustomed to MJ? #2... What type of MJ did you use (how strong)? I have used MJ on and off since high school/college age and I am 44 now. In my younger years, I drove under the influence (not anymore) of many substances and I felt it quite hard to drive straight under the influence of MJ where I had no problem driving while UI of alcohol. I actually drove better. Since MJ can induce a mild to intense visual, perception and sensory (lsd/mushroom-like) experience, I suggest you not drive if you are rather new to MJ or have a high concentration in your body. Everyone knows that MJ is not what it used to be. The concentrations keep getting higher and higher. Smoking a joint with regular weed is so different that using shatter or concentrates or even eating a brownie or two. It all depends on your tolerance and past exposure and experience with MJ. I have tons of stories.....Tread lightly!

Cannabis Cures
Cannabis Cures

Interesting study, I agree alcohol affects you differently when driving versus marijuana. People tend to be more aggressive with alcohol and take risks they normally wouldn't have. But either way you should know your limit and be responsible when operating a vehicle.