In a conclusion that will not satisfy the states that have legalized the use of marijuana for leisure, a study has found that about one-third of psychotic disorders in London are due to cannabis use ,
The study in the Lancet concluded that taking cannabis on a daily basis tripled the likelihood of mental illness.
"However, users were affected five times more often by using high-content forms of THC," the Christian Institute said.
The study stated, "Between 1
The likelihood was nearly five times higher" for the daily use of highly potent cannabis types, "the study said.
The frequency of incidents" The psychotic disorder correlated positively with the prevalence of controls at the eleven sites of use High potency cannabis … and daily use. "
The study said," Differences in the frequency of daily use and use of high potency cannabis cannabis contributed to the striking variation in the frequency of psychotic disorders in the eleven sites studied Given the increasing availability of high potency cannabis, this has important implications for public health. "
The researchers said that" in the context of well-reviewed epidemiological and biological evidence of a causal link between high cannabis use and psychotic disorders, Unse results have a significant impact on psychosocial care and public health. "
" Informing the public about the mental health hazards of regular use of high-potency cannabis, which is increasingly available worldwide, requires education.
The BBC reported that leading researcher Marta Di Fort had warned, "If you choose high potency cannabis, remember that there is this potential risk."
"People who suffer from psychosis , lose contact with reality and may not really hear voices there or have delusional, confused thoughts. It is a recognized disease that sets itself apart from a drug. The BBC stated.
The researchers at King's College in London found that even removing the most effective forms of medication would reduce the number of "psychoses" cases.
The Guardian of London reported strong cannabis, such as Skunk, "the level of the psychoactive substance tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is over 10%." To be sure, as there is no sure way to take it can destroy lives, ruin families and harm communities. "
The former Metropolitan Police chief, Bernard Hogan-Howe, said previously that after legalizing cannabis in Canada and some states, Britain should reconsider its position on the drug.