Have you ever wanted to smoke a blunt but didn't because of the mysterious and controversial air about it? Don't worry, we have the answers to most of your doubts about ganja that will leave you stunned and change your perspective about 'pot' for-ever. Here are ten reasons why is kush not only 'not bad' but also 'really, really good'.
You just cannot smoke get overdosed on weed. To have a weed overdose you need to consume 685 pounds of the herb in 15 minutes which is possible only if you're Galactus, the planet-eating villain from Fantastic Four.
Ganja, as it is popularly known, is not a chemical drug like cocaine or meth. Since it is a herb that grows naturally in cool and hilly places, probably also the reason why it's so cool.
Marijuana cannot kill you like alcohol can. What's more, the herb cannot even make you puke or pass out in the hotel lobby, because the last extreme thing weed can do to you is put you to cozy, quiet sleep.
Unlike all the drugs whose one long session can knock your brains outta your skull and put you in hospital beds, long marijuana sessions can only make you thirsty and hungry. So the only help you're ever going to need is water bottles and munchies which isn't so bad, I guess.
That's not me talking, that's what the stats say. According to recent statistics, 8 people die annually due to choking on peanuts whereas marijuana is responsible for zero deaths.
Deaths due to marijuana are like unicorns, they don't exist.
Xia Zhang, M.D, Ph.D., associate professor at the University of Saskatchewan has found out that, "Most 'drugs of abuse' suppress neurogenesis. Only marijuana promotes neurogenesis." And I am not suggesting you anything but I smoked a spliff once before a mid term exam in college and was fourth in the class. Not bad for a dull boy.
And these is enough literature as well as music round the world to tell you that in better words. For example, Kid Cudi made a song on the herb and called it Pursuit of Happiness.
For this one, I don't have stats. Why don't we all take a hit and look for ourselves?