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3 examples chacteristic of dagga
Dagga can refer to: Cannabis sativa · Leonotis leonurus, more commonly known as "wild dagga"; Dagga (percussion), the stick used on the bass end of a dhol. [ Cultivars primarily cultivated for their fiber, characterized by long stems and little branching. Cultivars grown for seed from which hemp oil is extracted. Cultivars grown for medicinal or recreational purposes. A nominal if not legal
distinction is often made between industrial hemp, with concentrations of psychoactive compounds far too low to be useful for that purpose, and it is also known as marijuana. ]
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describe impact of dagga on quality of life psycologically and emotionally
Weegy: Those who often drink too much run a high risk of suffering physical damage. The level of damage depends on the amount. [ [ The organs that are used for the absorption and digestion of alcohol, like the stomach, the liver and the pancreas, are vulnerable. The brain also suffers from continuous abuse. The liver is an important organ for the breakdown of alcohol. Excessive alcohol use can cause fatty degeneration of the liver, causing so-called fatty liver. Liver research has shown that probably more than half of the alcohol addicts have fatty liver. This can cause nausea, vomiting, lack of appetite, loss of weight and fever. After stopping alcohol use, the liver can recover from fatty liver. The most known incurable liver disorder caused by alcohol abuse is liver cirrhosis. More. Other frequent diseases of the organs are gastritis (infection of the mucous membrane of the stomach) and inflammation of the pancreas. Gastritis can cause stomach bleeding; inflammation of the pancreas causes lower absorption of nutrients, causing, among others, loss of weight.Several investigations have found a relation between excessive alcohol abuse and cancer of the mouth, throat and esophagus, especially with drinkers who also smoke. Heavy drinkers also run a higher risk of contracting cancer of the liver and the large intestine. Women who drink a lot have a higher risk of breast cancer. ] ] (More)
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Weegy: Dagga is a light depressant. The effects of Dagga will vary from person to person. Dagga has a negative effect on the short-term memory and users thereof become anxious, which leads to paranoia. [ The users of Dagga are usually very apathetic and their performance at work and at school will deteriorate drastically. ] (More)
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