According to this article it does:
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Answer by stacy1403 at 7:46 AM on Mar. 11, 2010
Psychopharmacology major here....
Pot smoke only increases risk of psychosis when there is already an underlying diagnosis of something. Such as manic depression, or schizophrenia. In people with normal brain function, it can cause psychosis in the form of hallucination or paranoia (you would have to smoke a lot of the really good stuff for that though), but it is temporary & those effects wear off when you come down from the marijuana high.
Emily&Issac hit the nail on the head!
Answer by samurai_chica at 8:37 AM on Mar. 11, 2010
Where is your evidence that pot kills brain cells? Do some research, that is a fabrication. Here is something for you to read...
FYI, POT DOES NOT KILL BRAIN CELLS PEOPLE!
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