by Diana on 26/08/2013 | Cannabis Videos

Alcohol vs. Cannabis: 2 substances 1 subject

The fact that cannabis and alcohol have different effects is not a secret. They affect the body, mind and even behavior very differently. The decision to consume one or the other substance is completely personal and the experience is, of course, a subjective one.

The fact that cannabis and alcohol have different effects  is not a secret. They affect the body, mind and even behavior very differently. The decision to consume one or the other substance is completely personal and the experience is, of course, a subjective one.

Ben Rosen decided to show the differences between the two through a series of exercises showing the different effect these drugs have in this clever video.

It speaks for itself.

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Penny Tentiary

It's so ridiculous that that a law exists AGAINST cannabis. Madness! I just wish to add that coca tea, or chewing the leaves, is something that should be available at supermarkets-given that it is seemingly compulsory to use caffeine. I don't intend to try and justify this; the difference between coca and coca-ine, well, read that chapter in Dominic Streatfield's book. I'm not trying to say that anything which contains an alkaloid shouldn't be used with care-from herbs such as Valeriana Officianis , Valerian, the popular herbal tranquiliser to Ephedra Sinica, 'Ma Huang', containing the powerful stimulant ephedrine (and pseudoephedrine, precussor to making and stereo isomer of, methedrine). It's awful there is always this finger-pointing between the folk who's preferences differ. The real ones who win are the huge corporate drug companies...Oh, and on opium-not Heroin-the quote "So long as we have failed to eliminate any of the causes of human despair, we do not have the right to try and eliminate those means by which man tries to cleanse himself of despair." I think, says it all for all.

02/09/2013

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