Pray For The Children
Pray for the Children
P.O. Box 6084
Naperville, IL 60567
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Pray for the Children to be Safe from Drugs.
Today, drugs are being endlessly marketed to young
people. Itís like telling children to go play in traffic.
They are both dangerous.
Marijuana use is being sanctioned by fake news along with
laws in some states which justify use under the premise that
state revenues will be increased. However, we know that:
~ Marijuana is addictive. Each year, two-thirds of new
marijuana users are under the age of 18. One in six of these
adolescents will go on to develop marijuana use or dependence.
~ Marijuana is much more potent, today. In 1998 the average
THC level was 4.4%. Today, the THC content is around 15% but
can reach 30% with high-tech growing methods.
~ CONCENTRATED SUPER STRENGTH MARIJUANA is a
THC rich product reaching over 80% THC. It can be
procured through extraction by using solvents to strip the
cannabinoids from the marijuana plant resulting in the THC rich
~ Marijuana-infused food products such as imitation candies,
brownies and cookies contain the CONCERATED SUPER
STRENGTH MARIJUANA. A cookie can contain 100
milligrams of THC, but 10 milligrams is considered one
serving. People are instructed to take 1 bite of the cookie.
Eating a cookie with the huge intake of THC can cause
~ Adolescentsí brains donít fully develop until the early to mid-
twenties. Using marijuana at this time makes them
vulnerable to long-term, mind-altering changes in the
brain. There is a higher risk of psychosis and schizophrenia
~ Marijuana can impair driving and motor coordination,
learning, perception, judgment, thinking, and memory.
Marijuana use can lead to poor attendance, dropping out
of school, delinquency and behavioral problems.
~ Marijuana is a gateway drug. It primes the brain for other
drugs. People addicted to marijuana are three times more
likely to be addicted to heroin.
†Marijuana use is normalized through the media, new
laws, movies, television, pot users, drug dealers, and
through reducing penalties for it.
Who will protect our children?