Re: virus: Pot

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Mon, 23 Dec 1996 18:50:16 -0700

> From:

> > What medical journals? Do you accept what has been told to
> > you with blind-faith as well?

> Then why should I accept what you say?

Exactly. You should verify everything you say or I say with
evidence. Your example of having a car crash because someone
smoked pot was not verfied. You only have hearsay to back up
what you say.

> > What is the definition of a hallucinogen?

> Something that causes hallucinations, in the simplest sense.

> > What is a sedative?

> Something that sedates?

> > What is a hypnotic?

> Havn't a clue :)

I know.

> >Now use those
> > definitions in light of vast majority of experiences reported or
> > observed in a labortory and see which definitions fit pot.

> It also acts as a pain-killer (not sedative in that form), I accept that
> it acts as a sedative, and also as a hallucinogen. Does that make any
> difference to what we've been saying already?

But that is not the main effect. Those are side-effects.