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I was a child of the 60s. Not everyone I knew who used marijuana moved on to other drugs, but I can say that all the I Deviated From The Plan Shirt I knew who used other drugs had started with marijuana. That was not true of the kids I knew who drank. They mostly stuck to alcohol. Never proven to be a gateway to anything the biggest gateway to stronger and more dangerous drugs is mental illness, not the prior use of cannabis. People who have tried marijuana may eventually go on to try harder drugs in search of a stronger high, and experimentation may lead them down a dangerous path toward addiction. However, the science shows overwhelmingly that for most people marijuana is not a gateway drug.
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Many people mistakenly believe that marijuana use precedes rather than follows initiation of other illicit drug use. In fact, most drug use begins with alcohol and nicotine before marijuana, making nicotine and alcohol the two most common drugs of abuse. Evidence indicates marijuana is usually not the first substance abused before more dangerous illicit drug experimentation. It is important to note that, while drugs like alcohol could and do indeed lead to other harmful substance abuse, the main issue with drug problems is the mental state of the user. Some people use drugs to escape reality and run away from problems they do not have the skills to cope with in more healthful ways.
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Depending on your mental health and not every one mental health is the I Deviated From The Plan Shirt. But for some ppl marijuana can definitely be a gateway drug. If you can’t understand that Marijana is no more a gateway drug than panadol, you shouldn’t be talking about it. This is the same old tripe I was taught in school. It’s incorrect and shows a generational attitude not based in reason or reality. Try experiencing a reality for yourself to make your own conclusion instead of reading in your comfort zone biased papers written to keep the business of war on drugs alive.