Are you addicted to weed and grass and you want to quit the habit? Though not an easy task but, it is not impossible. Sometimes it happens that you have a dual mind and one part is ready to quit and the other does not. The decision needs to be taken by you and only you will have to take the final call.
According to a recent survey more than 39% of youths aged between 12 to 17 years have tried the puff at least once out of curiosity. The drug is often called by different names. Sometimes we call it Ganja, some times Mary Jane or grass and few of us call it weed or pot. The thing is one and cheap bongs the same. It is a shredded mixture of dried leaves and flowers of Cannabis Sativa plant which is hand rolled like cigarettes or sometimes used in bongs or pipes. The addiction is deadly in terms of your health because it causes lung cancer.
The answer is simple – Both have equally hazardous effects. The only difference is that they affect different parts and functions of a normal body. Cigarette smoking causes lung cancer, addiction of nicotine, deposition of tar, etc. Weed smoking deposits thrice as much tar on the lungs as a cigarette, causes several short term side effects which can translate to long term effects such as memory loss, insensitiveness, etc.
These are some of things that you can do to stop smoking pot effectively. Other than these, you can always think up of new ideas in case you fall short. In many cases, smokers develop specific plans to suit their unique life and needs. For example, a woman who smokes only under depressions watches movies which make her laugh, keeps reading jokes, attends laughter club and never fights with anyone. As a result of this, she has managed to cut back on her smoking almost completely.
While doing a little research on the internet, I discovered they had a grand total of 39 songs on the original vinyl records. Of course the one that anyone worth their salt knows is Queen Bohemian Rhapsody. Others which stand out are, We Will Rock You, Killer Queen and Dont Stop Me Now.
With the band starting out at the end of the 1960’s, they seemed to find their legs when Freddie Mercury started to front the band and sang lead. The album which seem to bring Queen recognition,was the album ‘Sheer Heart Attack’,released in 1974 and in 1975 the album ‘A Night at The Opera’.
A little history on the band. 1968/9 -1973. Brian May,Tim Staffell joined up with drummer Roger Taylor to form a band called ‘Smile’ while at London’s Imperial Collage and singed to Mercury Records that year. Tim Staffell was a student at Ealing Art Collage with Farrokh Bulsara. Tim introduced Farrohk to the band and he became a great fan. Tim left to join another band called Humpy Bong,with Farrohk – later changing his name to Freddie Mercury – joined the band as the vocalist. They changed the bands name to “Queen”. The band did not really settle, until John Deacon joined as bass player in February 1971. There was then a period of time while the band gelled together and not until 1974 that the band hit mainstream success. The Queen 2 album witch reach number 5 in the album charts and had the lead single ‘Seven Sea’s of Rye’ with reached number 10 in the UK singles chart.