Far Greater Risk
Far Greater Risk
The key word today is "illicit" that's the danger?
Also taking into account that there is a glut in the wine market so its not a bad time to put shit on cannabis herbs.
But just to remind you about the old study on alcohol a 'legal' drug which is one of the worst drugs known to humans, my key word for today, found:
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
What is fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS)? Can a single drink cause FAS? Can pregnant women safely drink in moderation? Who is at greatest risk of giving birth to a child with fetal alcohol syndrome? How we can reduce FAS?
What is Fetal Alcohol Syndrome?
Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) is a serious health problem that tragically affects its victims and their families, but that is completely preventable. Causing a child to suffer from fetal alcohol syndrome is really nothing short of child abuse and it lasts for life. Babies born with FAS tend to weigh less and be shorter than normal. They usually suffer from:
deformed facial features
abnormal joints and limbs
problems with learning
Victims of fetal alcohol syndrome often experience mental health problems, disrupted school experience, inappropriate sexual behavior, trouble with the law, alcohol and drug problems, difficulty caring for themselves and their children, and homelessness.
Now compare this to the new study on cannabis herbs. And if you haven't noticed cannabis herb is herb of month! This latest propaganda about the study of cannabis herbs could have been released in collaboration with a recent UN decision last month.
And the feral guberments latest 'anti free drug' 'champagne'?
Now this new study was carried out by the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre. In what it describes as the largest study of its kind, the research centre analysed more than 400,000 live births over a five-year period, studying the effects of cannabis herb, opiods and stimulants, on the developing foetus.
Dr Lucy Burns says it showed that cannabis herb smoking had a major effect.
But I suppose just as cigarette smoking does? Nothing new if you ask me! Accept another good reason to up the anti on the deadly meme alcohol as an alternative? Sorry!
"Cannabis use seemed to have quite a significant impact on the baby in terms of the baby's weight being lower and born more often prematurely," she said.
But maybe she should also be analyzing mint leaves, dandelion and thyme? What about dill? How bad is that for ya?
Dr Burns says it places those babies at a disadvantage.
"The research suggests that if babies are born early and underweight it is an indicator for long-term negative outcomes, so they are significant indicators of someone who could well have problems later in life," she said.
She says they were also more likely to have to be admitted to neonatal intensive care units.
But certainly nowhere near as dangerous as hops and alcohol with chemicals mixed with it? Alcohol being one of the most deadly memes to be avoided by far and perhaps even ten times more so.
However, there seems to be no government tax revenue on herbs that means herbs have to be downgraded significantly and be seen as a danger when legal alcohol and cigaretts are the major problem really.
Alcohol is a legal drug that is heavily advertised as a moral code?
Dr Burns says while any drug use during pregnancy can be harmful to the unborn child, the effect of cannabis smoking has previously been down-played.
"I guess it's a little surprising in that we found cannabis use seemed to have quite a significant impact on the baby," she said.
So when has cannabis use been up-played? I can't remember? Sorry!
Dr Burns says those women who took illicit drugs during pregnancy were also heavy smokers.
But what Dr Burns did not say is that those women who took legal drugs during pregnancy were just as likely to also be heavy smokers.
So why was that not included in the propaganda story? Did Dr Burns suffer from memory loss? Or did the abc not incude that part of the associated study to compare the dangers? Because government tax and corporate interests have no restraint?
Drug Action Week in Coffs Harbour
An open letter to parents & children - Drug Action Week.
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