Teens confused about effects of marijuana, study finds

A study into beliefs about cannabis among high-school students has established the need for a closer look at the fallacies that may be exposing young people to danger. One false belief is that all cannabis is the same, whereas today’s crop (Cannabis indica) is much more powerful than the Cannabis sativa used by the bohemians of the past.   There is a new level of risk from slowed response time when a stoned driver gets behind the wheel. As well, since an addicted customer is a return customer, black-market weed can be contaminated with cocaine. Watch the full CBC TV story at the link below.