The battle between cigarettes and marijuana
Cigarettes are a mixture of the most dangerous substances for humans to consume and yet they are legal and mass produced so that everyone can smoke them. Marijuana on the other hand is nowhere nearly as harmful as cigarettes but is illegal and looked at as if it were far worse than cigarettes. It is long overdue that society recognizes the fact that marijuana is better for people than cigarettes by a mile. Cigarettes are extremely more addictive than marijuana, the usage patterns for marijuana cannot compare to cigarettes, and dozens of lethal chemicals are put into cigarettes whereas marijuana is a natural plant and doesn’t contain nearly as many chemicals.
Nicotine so known as one of the most addictive substance on the planet to humans, and yet it is a major chemical in cigarettes but completely unpleasant in illegal marijuana. In fact, doctors and pharmacologists are not in consensus as to which is more addictive -- Nicotine, or heroin. When someone smokes cigarettes they inhale nicotine and become physically addicted to cigarettes. When someone stops smoking cigarette they experience "withdrawal symptoms," these consequences can include anxiety, stress, trauma, depression and physical conditions such as shakes or nausea. It is to avoid these consequences that an addict will keep using cigarettes. Marijuana is addictive if used on a daily basis, but the difference is that you can only receive a mental addiction. When you are mentally addicted to a substance you feel you are incomplete without the substance. But when you get off the substance you feel much lighter side effects (than physical addiction) and they only last around a week. Only 10% of people who use marijuana get addicted, but if you use cigarettes, it’s almost certain you will become addicted.
Another important factor that contributes to the fact that cigarettes are worse than marijuana, is that the...