No, smoking pot likely will not make you psychotic.
POT TV - Addison Demoura of Steep Hill Lab explains the process of testing cannabis potency using a gas chromatograph. Filmed at the Treating Yourself Expo in Toronto on May 27, 2012. See more articles and videos about the Treating Yourself Expo. Filmed with a potato (Livestream).
Technological advancements have given today's teenagers access to a lot of things their parents could hardly envision at that age: The Internet. iPads. And marijuana many times more powerful than what people smoked in the 1970s.
Something stinks: This ridiculous BBC News piece says scientists "suspect" that "skunk" pot smokers are more at risk of psychotic illnesses than normal pot smokers.
NORML's Paul Armentano on Mark Kirk, the US congressman who has proposed legislation to sentence first-time 'koosh' marijuana offenders to up to 25 years in prison
A newly released report about marijuana potency undermines previous claims by the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) that the drug's potency has hit record highs.
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