New Research On Marijuana


Many of us are familiar with the benefits of marijuana.  Proponents of cannabis sometimes close their eyes to the risks of marijuana.  So let’s explore the research surrounding its potential negatives.  Hear what this group discusses concerning some new research findings in the PodCast linked below.   Listen and learn from this live group of recovering addicts from the “Opiate Support Group” led by Gail Gabbert.

Let’s go straight to the source and see what addicts think about Marijuana and this new found research.


Discussion Guide:


  • What are the benefits of marijuana?


  • What are the risks of marijuana to overall health?


  • What are the risks of marijuana to mental health?


  • What are the risks of marijuana to driving safety?


  • What are the risks of marijuana during pregnancy?


  • Have you known anyone who suffered a negative consequence from marijuana use?



New Research On Marijuana

(Open Page And Press Play to Listen to a Group of Recovering Addicts Talk About the Discussion Points Above)


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Supplemental Reading:

Dorri Olds, Cannabis Eases Pain But May Increase Risk of Mental Illness, Report Says,

National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, THE HEALTH EFFECTS OF CANNABIS AND CANNABINOIDS,



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