Cannabis is dangerous
Medical research undertaken by the British Lung Foundation confirms that smoking cannabis leads to cancers of the tongue, larynx and lungs.
The research reveals that cannabis is worse than tobacco in its cancerous effects.
The Foundation disclosed that cannabis cigarettes are much stronger than those of the 1960's and 1970's so the cancerous effects will also be worse.
Three cannabis joints a day cause the same damage to the lining of the airways as 20 tobacco cigarettes.
Cannabis cigarettes contain 50% more cancer causing agents that tobacco cigarettes according to the Foundation.
The report titled "A Smoking Gun" looked at medical research over decades from several countries.
DRUG ADVISORY COUNCIL COMMENTS-
Cannabis use is very dangerous and leads to more mental illness, cancer, suicides, schizophrenia, psychosis, reduced immunity, genetic abnormalities and accidents.
Governments have a duty to REDUCE cannabis use and availability.
Cannabis must never be legalised or normalised or tolerated.