Our expert says:
Well, one risk may be that one is more convinced of being on top of one's game than one really is ! Dagga's first and undebatable risk is that it is at least as risky as tobacco, as a smoke. it does seem to inflame and encourage some serious mental disorders, like Schizophrenia, especially if one has any vulnerability in that direction.
And in long-term heavy use it is clearly associated with an "amotivational syndrome" in which one feels less and less motivated to get up and do anything else. Other people often notice ill-effects long before you do.
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