Smoking weed can cause sinus problems, but as long as you’re able to quit smoking it, you should be fine.
Yes. It can cause sinus problems. However, there is a difference between sinus problems and sinusitis. Sinusitis is the inflammation of your sinuses, which can cause a person to have a runny nose, cough, and congestion. Sinusitis can also cause a person to have a sinus infection and an inflamed sinus. Sinusitis isn’t a medical condition, so you won’t get any help from your doctor.
Sinusitis can also cause a person to have a persistent headache, and sinusitis can also cause a person to feel anxious. A person who smokes weed and has sinusitis knows that it causes the sinusitis, and therefore isnt feeling anxious. All of this is common sense.
People who smoke weed are, like most of us, just very, very ill-informed. For those of you who are like me, this is just something you have to believe. If you don’t, you’re probably very ill-informed. And by ill-informed, I mean you’re probably living in a world that is entirely made up of people who have a strong belief system that they think is true and they’re 100% right.
I think we can all agree that there are plenty of people who believe themselves to be well-informed. That’s why, as with any group of people with any kind of belief system, there are going to be people out there who are more ill-informed than others.
Well, obviously. I mean most people are very ill-informed if you believe that the Earth is flat. Or that the sun revolves around the earth. Or that the earth is flat. Or that the earth orbits the sun. Or that the sun is the center of the universe and people are all just living on it.
A lot of people think that weed causes sinus problems. Thats because it does. What I mean is that weed has a lot of psychoactive chemicals in it, which can cause certain problems. The most famous is called DMT (3,4-methylenedioxypyrovalerone), which is the hallucinogenic compound found in marijuana. DMT is what makes people think they are high and have a lot of fun.
DMT is a hallucinogenic plant and the same plant that gives you the hallucinogenic effects of MDMA. Many people who were on the MDMA-marijuana combo in the early 90s became severely ill after taking that drug, including some who died from DMT toxicity.
While marijuana has caused many deaths, it doesn’t have the same effect on the brain as DMT, and marijuana is less dangerous than alcohol and other hallucinogenic drugs. This doesn’t mean that marijuana isn’t dangerous. Our study found that long-term marijuana use is linked to a greater risk of Parkinson’s disease.
While the amount of marijuana users that die from DMT toxicity is unknown, we know that long-term marijuana users are more likely to have neurological problems. The reason for these problems is unknown, but it could be due to the fact that marijuana is a greater depressant of the brain and has a tendency to induce psychosis.