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Saturday, February 11, 2023

Why you should never mix tobacco with cannabis. Spliffs, yetis, poppers debunked.

Combining tobacco and cannabis in a single smoking mixture, also known as a "spliff," can have negative health consequences. There are several reasons why you should avoid mixing the two substances:

  1. Increased Addiction Potential: Tobacco is highly addictive, and combining it with cannabis can increase the likelihood of developing a dependence on both substances.

  2. Health Risks: Smoking a mixture of tobacco and cannabis can increase the risk of negative health outcomes associated with smoking, such as lung damage, respiratory problems, and an increased risk of cancer.

  3. Reduced Effects of Cannabis: The nicotine in tobacco can reduce the psychoactive effects of THC, the main active ingredient in cannabis. This can lead to increased consumption of both substances, potentially leading to negative health outcomes.

  4. Impaired Judgment: The combination of tobacco and cannabis can impair judgment and coordination, making activities like driving or operating heavy machinery dangerous.

In general, it's best to avoid mixing substances and to stick to using one substance at a time, especially if you are using cannabis for medical purposes. If you do choose to mix tobacco and cannabis, it's important to be aware of the risks and to use caution.

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