There's a bigger chance for marijuana users to suffer from a stroke than non-smokers.

It's hard to keep up with all the research. I wish it was much easier and scientists can straight up tell people of cannabis is good for you or bad. For the most part, it seems like there are more pros than cons but information like this sounds scary.

According to mystateline.com,

"New research showing smoking pot frequently makes you twice as likely to suffer a stroke compared to those who don’t smoke. In a pair of new studies, researchers looked at data on more than 43,000 adults, 18 to 44 years old and found those who smoke marijuana more than 10 days a month are nearly 2.5 times more likely to have a stroke than non-users. Prior studies have shown marijuana can increase blood clotting and cause arteries to narrow, both of which can increase the risk of stroke."

How often do you smoke pot?


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