Posted on October


Apples and oranges: the weed vs. alcohol debate

Unfortunately, the comparison between cannabis and alcohol is not simple, and the consequences of statements like alcohol is legal and it s more dangerous than cannabis can be damaging and unhelpful.


weed vs alcohol, alcohol worse than weed, comparison, cannabis harms, overdose, addiction
Posted on August


My child is hanging around a bad crowd what can I do?

At some point or another, many parents won t approve of the company their kids keep. It s a pretty common story: watching a child gravitate towards a group of people who are using drugs, rebelling against authority of various kinds or who seem self-destructive. It can be some of the most difficult territory you will ever have to navigate as a parent. So what can you do?


parenting, adolescent, teenager, drugs, alcohol, cannabis
Posted on June


Baked-over or over-baked: can you get a hangover from weed?

Sometimes called a bong over or a stone over , the after-effects of a big night of smoking weed impact everyone differently. While some don t feel bad at all the following day, others can experience symptoms such as headaches, cotton-mouth , or feeling muddled and confused. So why does this happen and how can it be avoided?


over-baked, weed hangover, cannabis hangover, alcohol, weed watch blog
Posted on May


5 reasons why mixing cannabis with other drugs is a bad idea

People mix weed with other drugs for a range of reasons, whether they think it will help with the comedown after a big night on pills or maybe to intensify the high of another substance. While it can seem harmless enough, combining cannabis with other drugs is never a good idea as the results can be dangerous and unpredictable. Here s why:


mixing drugs, alcohol, cannabis, cocaine, stimulants, depressants
Posted on May


5 outrageous claims about weed

A lot of people who sit on the pro-cannabis side of the fence look at historic anti-cannabis materials such as Reefer Madness and label it as outrageous propaganda designed to stigmatise cannabis and its users. And let s be honest, it was. It was typical of the time it was created, and took cannabis education (and we use the term loosely) to an extreme and often unrealistic place.


cannabis cures cancer, alcohol, addiction, quit, safe, harmless
Posted on February


Addiction: small rewards that can become big luxuries

It can be surprising how often small indulgences can build up into addictions.


weed watch, cannabis addiction, alcohol addiction, gambling addiction
Posted on January


New Year, new inductees: getting workplace drug education right from day one

New employee induction is the ideal time to educate your employees about your workplace drug and alcohol policy.


weed watch, drug and alcohol policy, workplace drug education
Posted on September


Weed vs alcohol: which is more dangerous?

In January this year, when US President Barack Obama apparently made the statement that he doesn t believe cannabis is more dangerous than alcohol, he sent media into a spin especially because the US at that time was heavily debating further legalisation of cannabis for medicinal and recreational purposes...


weed watch, alcohol