San Diego Overwhelmed with Marijuana Psychosis Cases

“Chicks dig tattoos”

I’ve been saying this for a long time: marijuana causes psychosis.

Millennials and older might not understand: the weed these kids are smoking now is like 50x more potent than the weed we had in high school. I smoked some of it once in California in like 2002, and it felt like I was on acid. This is now the only thing anyone smokes.

This is a very serious problem, and it’s something people should be talking about, but it is almost never talked about at all.

That said: most marijuana users are just dumb faggots who sit around getting fat and playing really bad video games (like Valorant, which is a tranny game). It might actually be much better if these people are going totally psycho. Maybe then they’ll do something.

New York Post:

Meg and Scott knew something was going on with their son Kyle when, during the pandemic, he began refusing to get out of bed to attend class online.

Up until then, Kyle had been like a dream son: tall, good-looking, strong, athletic, with a great sense of humor. He was such a good baseball player that talent scouts were checking him out, and had a decent chance of someday playing in the Major League.

“He had the world by the balls,” his dad said. (At the family’s request, The Post has used pseudonyms.)

Honestly, that’s not a great place to be. I fondled the world’s balls once, and then the world was like “how about a little kiss?” I tried to get out of the apartment, and then the world grabbed me and… and then… then…

I don’t actually remember what happened after that. But I personally advise not ever agreeing to touch the world’s balls.

Now, Kyle was constantly irritable and depressed and wanted to drop out of his New Jersey high school. Then, one night, he lost it completely, fantasizing that his parents wanted to kill him.

“Zero touch with reality,” Scott recalled. The family checked Kyle into a psychiatric facility, where his delusions got worse. He thought his dad ran the mafia and had put Joe Biden in office. He demanded that his parents give him $10 million.


That’s for sure a lot cooler than eating chips and playing tranny video games.

Meg and Scott were sure their son was messed up on some hardcore drug. But when the institution ran a drug test, Kyle came up positive only for his prescribed Attention Deficit Disorder medication and for THC — that is, marijuana.

Kyle’s now in recovery, but his is a story that is becoming familiar to more and more American families. Someone begins showing classic signs of hardcore drug addiction. Eventually, they suffer a full psychotic break. But the only drug history is for cannabis.

It’s basically like this:

It’s a rough scene.

“We’re now counting 37 cannabis-related diagnoses a day,” Dr. Roneet Lev, an addiction medicine doctor at Scripps Mercy Hospital in San Diego, said about her emergency department. “It’s been steadily increasing over the years. When I started in the 1990s, there was no such thing. Now I see 1 to 2 cases per shift. The most common symptom is psychosis.

“We probably see 20 THC-induced psychoses for every amphetamine-induced psychosis,” said Ben Cort, who runs a drug and alcohol treatment center in Colorado. One study showed an increase of 24% in cases of psychoses in emergency departments in Colorado in the five years following marijuana’s legalization in that state in 2012.

Since then, legal marijuana has been transformed into a potent and unrecognizable product.

When I speak at parent nights at schools, most adults still think it’s like the weed we smoked when we were teens in the ’80s, [which had] between 3 to 5% THC per gram of flower,” said Laura Stack, an advocate against cannabis abuse in Colorado. “We never had today’s high-potency concentrates, vapes or edibles.”

Laura’s son Johnny was driven into acute psychosis by years of high concentrate THC usage. He believed his dorm room was bugged and that the mob was after him.

Weird they would have the same “delusion.”

Maybe we’ve got it all wrong, and this high-powered weed just makes people more perceptive?

It might be time to look into the mafia.

Johnny killed himself in 2019 at the age of 19 by jumping off a six-story building.

Well, what the hell was he supposed to do? The mob was on his ass.

“There are no caps on potency,” said Stack. “They’re cultivating higher and higher concentrates of THC. You literally can’t buy what you could get in the ’80s and ’90s; marijuana that mild isn’t around anymore.”

THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) is the psychoactive chemical, or cannabinoid, that causes both the euphoria and the paranoia that tends to accompany marijuana highs. The strongest marijuana flower you can buy is in the range of 25% THC.

The edibles that are sold in dispensaries are created by chemically stripping the THC from the marijuana plant and creating a concentrated THC “wax” that’s typically three times that level. These products also lack CBD, a chemical in natural marijuana that partially counteracts the THC. Even more potent than edibles are “dabs,” a form of THC that users smoke out of vape pens, which can be over 90% THC. At this level of potency, THC can trigger severe symptoms of psychosis in regular users, studies and addiction experts say.

This is all true, and it’s just the most obvious thing in the world that the Democrat Party is purposefully drugging the population.

Honestly, there’s not much difference from being on fentanyl and being on high-powered weed, except fentanyl users are less likely to be insane and more likely to die. Modern marijuana users don’t act like Cheech and Chong.

They act like straight-up Bad Lieutenant.

The fact that weed is not only decriminalized but legalized means that kids think it’s fine. The Jews make all these “entertainment products” encouraging its use.

This is a social disaster.

If you’re a young kid and you want to experiment with drugs, just stick to cocaine.

No, I’m just joking. Even if I thought cocaine was not a big deal, it is a big deal now because it’s lined with fentanyl. It’s the same with like, Xanax or Percocet or something else that might just seem like an interesting experience – people are getting wiped out.

There really is nothing interesting about drugs. It seemed edgy and cool when I was a kid, now it just seems faggoty. The whole thing that made it cool was that you were doing something that “the man” didn’t want you to do – now the man wants you to do it, and he’s basically coercing you into doing it.

I don’t feel I would have lost anything if I’d never tried drugs as a teenager, and I could have gained a lot, figured out a lot of stuff earlier than I did.

You can have some drinks, sure. But stay away from drugs.

Just say no.

Dare to keep your shit together and bring down the system.