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  The marijuana more potent than ever

 Marijuana is more potent than at any time since the scientific analysis of the drug began in the 1970's, according to a report from the University of Mississippi Project Monitoring power. The average amount of THC in marijuana, which is the main ingredient of psychoactive drugs, was tested at 9.6% - more than double the potency of marijuana in 1983.

The largest concentration of THC is in a single sample was 37.2%.

Since 1975, the group, which is funded through the National Institute on Drug Abuse, and has analyzed data compiled


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