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Old 08-27-2018, 05:39 AM #11
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Inhaling of tobacco is not good for anyone in any form. Inhaling THC, while I would recommend any other method of intake, has positive medicinal effects when taken in the amount therapeutic for that individual.

Cigarettes, by virtue of the tobacco component, contain thousands of chemicals and poisonous gasses. There is just nothing redeemable about smoking farm grown factory made tobacco. Cutting off your O2 harms your nerve cells.

If you are looking for support for your smoking, it may be found in the lack of responses given here. If you need to feel and experience "smoking" then switch to pot; but only if legal in your state.
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