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Good news marijuana enthusiasts! A recent study conducted by the University of Mississippi's Potency Monitoring Project shows that THC levels in average pot have reached a 30-year high. While THC levels weighed in at only 4% in 1983, today they have reached an average of 9.6%.
What does all of this mean? Well, according to Dr. Nora Volkow of the National Institute on Drug Abuse this means "the possibility that the more potent THC might be more effective at triggering the changes in the brain that can lead to addiction," and the government agrees, citing that higher levels of THC will lead to cocaine and heroine addiction (but of course, this is the Bush administration, so we all know that's not true).
Dr. Mitch Earlywine of SUNY Albany is a bit more down-to-earth about "marijuana addictions" citing symptoms of this non-existent syndrome as "Mild irritability, craving for marijuana and decreased appetite — I mean those are laughable when you talk about withdrawal from a drug. Caffeine is worse."
Overall, more THC=better weed. Be happy.