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    Quote Originally Posted by Aurora James View Post
    Overall, I think ADD + weed = bad idea
    Why?
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    I have anxiety and a tendency to have a hard time concentrating.

    Weed helps me chill and get more in touch with what really matters when I get bogged down with thoughts and details. It can for this reason also result in not paying attention to details and the task at hand if I'm in a situation that calls for it. In school I could never smoke before math, but loved to before English and psych classes.
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    Because weed makes you lose motivation.

    The people I know who smoke weed are very apathetic and lazy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aurora James View Post
    Because weed makes you lose motivation.

    The people I know who smoke weed are very apathetic and lazy.
    That is anecdotal and a broad stroke statement. It doesn't reflect reality either. The way people respond and function to marijuana is very diverse.
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    The OP said that when he stopped smoking, he noticed improved concentration and communication skills, as well as a general sense of feeling "brighter" and "quicker". That right there is why I don't even want to try marijuana. I prefer to be in full control of my mental faculties. I don't even like being more than mildly intoxicated.

    Then again, I don't have ADD. Maybe weed produces some sort of positive effect in people who do. But it's hard to imagine how it would. At the most, I'd say it only quells the hyperactivity in those with ADHD.

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