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No. The two substances can worsen the effects of the other and affect your body’s ability to deal with a potential overdose.
Long-term, frequent cannabis use can cause recurring episodes of severe nausea and vomiting known as Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome
Frequent cannabis use may increase the risk for mental health problems like depression, anxiety and psychosis. If you or your family have a history of mental health problems or substance use disorder, do not use cannabis.
Cannabis extracts, also called concentrates, have higher THC levels, meaning they are more potent than traditional dried cannabis. Concentrates come in many forms and can include shatter, rosin and hash.
Research shows that regular use of products with a high THC potency can increase your chance of experiencing adverse effects.
These effects may include:
Using too much is sometimes called "greening out". Symptoms may include:
• nausea and vomiting
• anxiety or paranoia
• psychosis, in extreme cases