Did I say that? I’m not going to be able to explain it here but it is pretty incredible. It can affect the amount of bacteria in our food, make a lot of bacteria in our body, or even affect our behavior.
Im not going to be able to explain it here but it is pretty incredible. It can affect our movement, our movement speed, our brain speed, our brain energy, our thinking speed, our brain energy energy, our brain energy energy, our brain energy energy. It’s pretty much like the amount of bacteria in our food.
Well, that’s what I thought. To me it sounds like someone just changed the word “bacteria” to “marijuana.” Now we know that there is an explanation for why marijuana affects our body. But it’s impossible to explain how it works. I’m not so sure I want to take any pot from anyone.
I do think pot can have an effect on antibiotics, but only as long as you are already on antibiotics. It sounds like the marijuana is an extra dose of antibiotics? And in reality, if you take extra antibiotics this can lead to side effects such as stomachache, nausea, or fever.
This is in accordance with the statement made by Dr. Paul Offit that “Antibiotics kill bacteria, not the fungus that’s making it.” So when we take antibiotics we are also taking fungus, not bacteria. In other words, the “marijuana effect” doesn’t make you sick just because you are taking antibiotics.
The reason why people are taking extra antibiotics when they first start taking them is because they are trying to build up their immunity to antibiotics. This is because not everyone is immune, and the less you are able to fight off infection, the more you can take antibiotics. If you take antibiotics without being immune, then you will take antibiotics regardless of the source.
I wonder if there are also medical reasons why someone who is taking antibiotics should stop taking them.
I don’t know if you can get antibiotics without having an infection, but if you do, then you should get more. But more can also mean that you take fewer. And if you take fewer antibiotics, then you could also take fewer antibiotics.