The legalization of marijuana continues its march across the US, with twenty states and the District of Columbia so far approving medical use of the drug. As has been amply covered in the media, two states – Washington and Colorado – have even legalized recreational use. What message does this…
Perhaps you have been told that permitting smoked marijuana to be distributed through minimally regulated and supervised dispensaries in your town is the only compassionate decision that can be made. In that case, you have been told only half the story.
Parents may need to learn more about the drugs their children may encounter so they know how to explain the dangers. Today’s marijuana is not the same as the weed of twenty or thirty years ago and today’s youth will be offered more types of drugs than any generation before them. Narconon helps parents keep up with the changes by providing easy-to-read information on every drug their child is likely to be offered.
More than one-quarter of those going to rehab for marijuana addiction are under eighteen years of age. That means that in excess of a hundred thousand young people who ought to be getting good educations and preparing for their futures are instead being sidelined due to this drug. This loss is repeated year after year.
A parent help guide about marijuana was recently published by Narconon International. It has now been translated into Italian and can be downloaded for free. Here are some details about what’s in the booklet and where you can download it or view it online.
Parents are hammered from many different venues about the effects of marijuana. Here’s a booklet covering marijuana facts to help parents take a closer look at the harmful effects of marijuana and how it can affect your child.
A new report finds that marijuana abuse is sending more young adults to the emergency room than alcohol and prescription drugs.
A new report reveals that young people risk lowered intelligence if they start smoking marijuana early in their teens.
Spice is a combination of cannabis-like synthetic chemicals sprayed on herbs and referred to generically as spice. Guys in the military were disciplined or released for abusing spice. Find out more about spice.
There are now over 16 states distributing medical marijuana. Here are some statistics about how marijuana use has increased and how it ties in with teens using other drugs. Narconon continues to deliver drug education to help young teens make the right decision to not use drugs.