Health & Safety
Is using cannabis bad for my health?
There are many short- and long-term effects from using cannabis including physical dependency and cannabis use disorder that may result from frequent use.
What should I do if I feel ill after consuming a product?
If you have any health issues after using cannabis, you should consult your healthcare provider.
Can I overdose on cannabis?
Overuse of cannabis may lead to many short and long-term health effects, including psychotic episodes characterized by paranoia, delusions or hallucinations.
Can I become dependent on cannabis?
Continued, frequent use can lead to a physical dependency and cannabis use disorder. You may be at a higher risk if you have a family history of mental illness or other types of mental disorders. If you or someone you know is worried about cannabis use, consult your doctor.
What are the risks of using cannabis if I’m pregnant or breastfeeding?
THC and CBD can be passed to a fetus or newborn through blood or breast milk. Cannabis use during pregnancy has been linked to lower birth weights and developmental effects in newborns. Since there is no known safe amount of cannabis to use during pregnancy or breastfeeding, the safest approach is to not use cannabis.
Will cannabis interact with my medication?
Combining cannabis with other medications can increase the overall effects. This could increase the risk of injury or harm, particularly with activities like driving. For more information on the interactions between cannabis and medications, consult your healthcare provider.