People may use cannabis and tobacco together in different ways, such as:
The most common ways cannabis and tobacco are used together are:
Using cannabis and tobacco together has many health risks:
Cannabis poisoning can happen when you use too much cannabis. The symptoms include:
If you’re worried that you or someone else has used too much cannabis and might have cannabis poisoning, call:
Talk to your doctor or pharmacist about ways to quit or use less cannabis and tobacco.
If you’re worried about your cannabis use, tobacco use, or both, you can also get support and information from Alberta Health Services:
Note: References to “tobacco” on this page do not include tobacco that is used for traditional and sacred reasons.
Current as of: August 31, 2023
Author: Tobacco, Vaping and Cannabis Program, Alberta Health Services
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