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When do you see a difference in health?

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by MJUserName, May 3, 2011.

  1. I just started smoking a little over 3 months ago, and it's mainly a weekend thing
    unless it's a special occasion like 420 or February break (1 week for me). I haven't noticed anything significant like being short of breath but I'm just wondering when will I see a difference in my health from the smoking. I exercise regularly.
     
  2. Really you wont unless your a chain smoker. the only thing that should change is lung capacity and that easily goes back to 100% after you stop smoking.
     
  3. no health changes for me other than i gain weight when i'm toking heavily ha..

    no joke, T breaks i lose like 10lbs, every time..
     
  4. That's relieving, I thought the next time I see an xray of my lungs, they'd be black and shit.
     

  5. Naw don't sweat is brosidon. I've been toking for 7 months now, a few times a week, and had X-rays taken a week ago to check for pneumonia. My doctor said my lungs were as healthy as could be. Just don't smoke ciggs and you'll be set.
     
  6. I smoke like 5 blunts a day and I'm still alive so...you got a lil breathing room before u gotta worry bout health concerns. Been smokin 9 yrs
     

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