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Wednesday, 15 January 2020

Even after 12 hours of intake, this drug does not leave chase, driving ability is affected

Even after 12 hours of intake, this drug does not leave chase, driving ability is affected

Substance abuse like hemp affects driving ability. This information is given in research. According to research published in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence, the effect of drug abuse remains 12 hours after its use.

According to research, if compared to those who do not consume cannabis-hemp, then the driving ability of the addicts is very poor. However, a lot of research has been done into the impact of the drug on driving. A group of some people in Boston advised that the use of hemp maintains its effect even after 12 hours and affects driving ability. McLean Hospital conducted a study which has been published in Drug and Alcohol Dependence.

Under this research, users of cannabis and users consuming it were kept. Its users were divided into two groups. This split occurred about the beginning of their use whether they started consuming it before 16 years or later. Sam Cole, a traffic safety communications manager for the Colorado Traffic Department (CDOT), said, "We want to know why they drive drunk driving and what we can do to stop it."

Consumption of cannabis is a legal offense in India but its sale and consumption are legal in Canada. The Canadian Parliament recognized it in June 2018 and did not recognize its sale as a legal offense. Uruguay is the only country before Canada where it is legally right to use this drug.

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