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CSPAN
Dec 12, 2015 8:00pm EST
into account is that these drugs were consumed in different ways. china, opium was smoked. this was being used as a recreational thing. the former opium that is smoked is different from the form used as a medicine. it has no medical uses. suggestion, it could seem clear that someone who is smoking opium is going to have a different experience from someone using a different warm up hope him mixed with alcohol they are taking with a stomachache. they don't see it as the substance as the issue, they see it as the user. on whichny research was worse, which was better, smoking it or taking it with some other thing? prof. gray: it remains contested. one of the things believed, some people would travel to parts of the world and insisted that every opium addict is dead by 30 years old. it has this debilitating impact. they are remain seated, they can't get anything done, and they're going to die by 30. there is a case in 1831, a scottish nobleman died. he had been in opm addict. he did not tell his insurance policy. it remains contested. he goes to the courts. it is an excellent question. i
CSPAN
Jan 18, 2016 3:10pm EST
not taking into account, is that these drugs were consumed in different ways. for example, in china, opium was smoked. and this was being used as a recreational thing. and the form of opium that is smoked is very different from the form that is used as a medicine. the form that is smoked has no medical uses. and so this suggestion, you they, i think it could seem pretty clear, that someone who is smoking opium is going to have a different experience from someone using a different form of opium that's mixed with chol their taking to deal with a stomachache. >> what did they find -- did they find any scientific research on which was worse, which was better, smoking it or taking it with some other form -- >> it remains contested. one of the things that was believed, for example, as a result of opium use, some people would travel to parts of the world and they insisted that every opium addict is dead by 30, that it has this terribly debilitating impact, they are emaciated they can't get anything done and they're going to die by 30. there's a case in 1831 a scottish nobleman died. he had
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