It might sound funny, but there are ways to get free weed if you don't have money. The first thing to add of course it that drugs are bad. You should not use drugs, even if they are free. But if you are going to smoke weed anyway you might as well do so without losing money. Here are some tips.
Grow your own
Growing your own weed is illegal in many countries and states but not in all. Around the world there are many countries where you are allowed to grow your own weed-plants if it's for your own personal use. Growing them works best in an outdoor environment with lots of sun and enough water. Indoors is very well possible but you probably need to add articifial light and stuff, which costs electrictity. You could consider trowing some seed-bombs in your direct environment and see how well they grow later on.
Well, We can't repeat enough. Just stop it. If you're addicted to nicotine we have some good tips for you. Not only will you save your longs and the money you would be wasting on drugs, you will have less munchies so you'll save money on food. It's also less likely for you to sit like a stoned couch potato in front of your TV.
Common option: Be nice
It's quite common to share "joints". The thing is called that way for a reason. If you're a nice person you can usually just ask people who are smoking a joint if you can join in and you'll be fine. There can be big differences in different countries, cities and neighborhoods though. In some places it can be a bad idea to just ask someone if you can share their spliff.
US option: Coupons
In the United States there are some websites that give out free weed. CouponsForWeed.com is the self-described “best place for finding coupons for weed. Our Medical Marijuana coupons are from the best collectives and dispensaries" in states with Medical Marijuana laws. Then there is WeedFreebies.Com, only for California residents.
Effects of drugs: not funny
The effect of cannabis on the memory of adults has not been proven, but it can be risky for children and adolescents, Wikipedia:
Long term exposure to cannabis poses a risk of irreversible cognitive impairment in children and adolescents; other than for the very highest of doses, no similar risk has been established for adults. Changes in attention, psychomotor task ability, and short-term memory are associated with very recent (12 to 24 hours) marijuana use. Any long-term central nervous system effects of the residual drug are indistinguishable from variations in the user's susceptibility, or any pre-existing psychiatric disorder.
However, as far as mental health, cancer and respiratory problems, smoking cannabis is not so great. Still, incomparison to other drugs such as alcohol, tobacco, cocaine, heroine and xtc the mortality and other adverse effects of marihuana are negligible.
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