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April 22, 2018 – ‘The big danger for young people – particularly teens – is that their brains can be really messed up by this stuff because they are still developing biologically. If they develop drug-induced psychosis – as Rupert did – the illness can stick for life.’ The large rise in the number of youngsters treated for cannabis abuse comes despite the fact that total usage is falling slightly. The report concludes: ‘While fewer people are using cannabis, those who are using it are experiencing greater harm.’ Almost all cannabis on Britain’s streets is skunk, which is four times more powerful than types that dominated the market until the early 2000s. It can even trigger hallucinations.

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