NHE wrote:Burning carbohydrates (e.g. cellulose) produces acrolein which is also known as vinyl aldehyde. It's a small, highly reactive and toxic molecule which induces oxidative stress and also cross links DNA with covalent bonds (i.e. causes DNA damage). I imagine that smoking pot would be no exception. Here's a paper which discusses acrolein and provides some ideas on avoiding exposure. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/article ... ool=pubmed
FLJhawk wrote:A question is if these products would show up on a drug screen. Some of us are subject to random drug screening at work, and even if we can get over the moralistic issues, having MJ show up whether from smoking or eating it, and even when clearly used for medicinal use, we still would get fired.
I do not have any know how of MJ and MS, but I did a search and found this CBC story which may help.reneelucia wrote:I have searched and searched for an online site dedicated to MS and cannabis but have not found one.
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