Revised March Stronger forms of the drug include high potency strains - known as sinsemilla sin-seh-me-yah , hashish hash for short , and extracts including hash oil, shatter, wax, and budder. In other words, it is what makes you high. Read 10 things you can learn about marijuana.
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Marijuana: Facts for Teens
As a parent, it is natural to worry about your teenager. And, like many parents, you may be afraid that your teen may try drugs, or worse, become dependent on drugs. While you cannot control everything your teen does, you can take steps to help your child stay away from drugs.
Your mouth is the gateway to your body. Most of us know that drugs can damage your body, but did you know that drug and alcohol abuse has a specific impact on your mouth and overall oral health? Your oral health can be severely affected by smoking tobacco. Smoking dries out the palate and tongue, which irritates the gums and teeth.