With springtime here and winter behind us, many might be getting in the party mood, to stretch out their legs and hit the town.
As we all know, part of the festivities may include certain substances, two of them likely cannabis and alcohol.
On a night out at a bar, chances are high that at some point somebody will whip out a joint.
According to Public Health Ontario, combined use of cannabis and alcohol is the most common form of poly-substance use.
But what exactly happens when the two substances are combined?
Read on for an in-depth look at how cannabis and alcohol mix together and the risks to be aware of.
Alcohol can increase THC levels
If you have ever combined alcohol with cannabis, you may have noticed that the effects of both seemed to be heightened, that it took you to a different level
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