Cannabis is without a doubt one of the most popular drugs in the world, a drug that although recreational, is illegal in most parts of the world. Even so, we see cannabis become more and more accepted throughout the western world and it might just be a matter of time until it becomes legal entirely.
As we all know, there are quite a few arguments against smoking cannabis, but as we are about to find out, most of these arguments are either flawed or poorly constructed. So let us then find out what are the ten biggest myths about cannabis and why are they perpetuated in the first place.
9Cannabis affects fat storage
According to this particular myth, the THC in cannabis gets stored in body fat and affects the body for days or even weeks afterward. While it is, in fact, true that cannabis enters the body’s fat stores like many other drugs, the psychoactive effects can only be felt for a few hours after it enters the body. Not only that, but the presence of THC within the body isn’t harmful in any way.