This rumor stems from the Vietnam War. The Vietnamese drug sellers would scrounge empty cigarette packs out of the American bases' trash, put joints in them and sell them to the soldiers. "No sir, I don't smoke pot. See? Just a pack of Marlboros."
The Marlboros Philip Morris makes contain no marijuana. I think if Philip Morris could legally sell pot, they would but they'd have separate brand names for it.
No. Actually it really depends on the person. Example: Someone who rarely uses Marijuana usually doesn't experience withdrawls or any kind of mental withdrawl what so ever. No significant physical withdrawls from marijuana in either case. Someone who is a heavy user of marijuana on the other hand can mentally withdrawl from it big time, but NOT PHYSICALLY. Nicotine on the other hand is both mentally and physically addictive. The only people that can give an opinion to this question are the ones that have experience with the subject...Actual experience.
Yes.... After you smoke marijuana and smoke a cigarette the cigarette will increace your high by 10% ..
That's only with menthol cigarettes though
A cigarette bring you high up 33.3 percent but brings it down faster and makes you crash harder.
Marijuana cigarettes yes, tobacco cigarettes not so much.
Seeing as smoking a cigarette after smoking weed can slightly increase your high, it's possible, but unlikely.
Nope. Smoke away, friend.
Yes. Although the nicotine patch still has nicotine, an addictive substance, it does not have tar, particulates, carbon monoxide, ammonia, arsenic, methane, benzene, toluene, or any of the dozens of other nasty chemicals found in cigarette smoke.
It would not make a difference. If you are pregnant please think about quiting cigarettes.It not only smoking marijuana but consuming any kind of drug will affect the pregnancy test results.
I dont know about the former, but I haven't had any problems with marijuana.
No. Marijuana, if anything, will help reduce any feelings of nausea, indigestion or other discomforts antibiotics can cause.
The most COMMON side effects when using a Nicotine Patch are:Abnormal dreams; headache; mild dizziness; mild redness, itching, or burning at the application site; nervousness; sweating; trouble sleeping; vivid dreams.Some less common but severe side effects are:Severe allergic reactions (rash; hives; itching; difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue); blurred vision; fast or irregular heartbeat; nausea; severe or persistent dizziness or headache; stomach pain or vomiting; swelling or persistent (more than 4 days) redness at the application siteOf course another potential side effect could be nicotine poisoning if too many patches are used at one time. Symptoms of nicotine poisoning include:Vomiting and nausea, diarrheaHeadachesDifficulty breathingPallorSweatingPalpitationsLispsStomach pains/crampsSeizuresWeaknessDrooling
yes, any kind of smoke or smoking can effect your allergies.
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I've had seizures while combining Epilim and Marijuana... So I just smoke MJ and stopped taking my meds. Hopefully I will heal on my own. :) Oh, don't take any nicotine products as well. They trigger seizures in me.
yes the point of it is it has nicotine but not any the other harsh chemicals cigarettes do
Marijuana is not bad for your brain. Marijuana does not harm your brain in any way, shape or form. Short term memory may be affected only WHILE you are high. Marijuana does not kill brain cells or affect long term memory.
The use of marijuana can cause the the rhogam shot to counter act and can cause a miss carry and effect on any other pregnantcy you try again
It won't affect the patch performance, but given the strength of Fentanyl patches you probably won't notice any change with a magnetic pain device.