Flying high, no matter the potency of dagga

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Stronger strains of marijuana – known locally as dagga – might not lead to more intense highs.
Stronger strains of marijuana – known locally as dagga – might not lead to more intense highs.

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Stronger strains of marijuana – known locally as dagga – might not lead to more intense highs.

A team of researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder gave test subjects two kinds of marijuana with drastically contrasting THC levels and found that there was no discernible difference in their intoxication levels.

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