Marijuana Educational Graphics

Johnny’s Ambassadors provides these graphics with tips and research links for you or your coalition to share! Our goal is to help you educate others about the harms to youth who use marijuana! You are free to download, post, and use these materials as-is with no alterations. If posting these graphics to social media, you can add your organization’s information, logo, or message to the post, but the image with the Johnny’s Ambassadors logo must stay intact.

Marijuana Facts

MARIJUANA FACT: “Cannabis use during adolescence was associated with depression and suicidality in adult life.”
MARIJUANA FACT: “Cannabis use was associated with higher prevalence of suicidal ideation, plan, and attempt among US young adults with or without depression, and the risks were greater for women than men.”
MARIJUANA FACT: “Emerging adults, Black/African American, and Hispanic/Latinx groups had elevated risk of co-occurring suicide attempts and CUD.”
MARIJUANA FACT: “Cannabis may contribute to increased risk for mental disorders, which has actually been shown in schizophrenia.”
MARIJUANA FACT: “There is increasing research demonstrating that regular use of marijuana with THC greater than 10% can result in development of psychotic symptoms.”

Marijuana Trivia

What is dabbing?
Define a cannabinoid.
What is the difference between THC and CBD?
How does marijuana make a user “high”?
What is the difference between cannabis and marijuana and hemp?

Top Ten Teen Toking Tip-offs Graphics

How do you know if your child is acting like a normal teenager or if you’re seeing cannabis use? Here are ten true-or-false statements covering the most likely tip-offs that your teen is using marijuana.

1.  If my teen used marijuana, I’d be able to smell it.

FALSE – While smoked marijuana has a distinctive, skunky smell, vaped marijuana,[1] whether in oil or solid form, often has little or no smell. You won’t be able to smell it on your teen’s breath and clothes, and the vapors can easily dissipate in a well-ventilated place. Teens can use a “sploof,” which is a handmade filter made from a cardboard tube and a dryer sheet. A room deodorizer or incense can also effectively mask the smell of marijuana. Or, your teen may wear more perfume or cologne than normal.
2.  My teen often has red, bloodshot eyes and uses eye drops frequently, which could indicate marijuana use.  

TRUE – Marijuana users often have very bloodshot eyes because marijuana is a vasodilator.[2] It lowers your blood pressure which causes the capillaries in your eyes to relax and increases the blood flow to those vessels. To counter this effect, users often use eye drops specially formulated for redness which decreases the size of the capillaries in the eyes to make the bloodshot appearance go away. If you note your teen using a lot of eye drops for no apparent reason or you find bottles of eye drops and don’t know why, he or she may be using marijuana.

Mental Health Graphics

We made 31 of these, so you could post one a day during May Mental Health Month! But great for any use.

Laura’s Book Graphics

“There is no scenario in which cannabis is guaranteed to be harmless for anybody.” from @laurastack in The Dangerous Truth About Today’s Marijuana: Johnny Stack’s Life and Death Story.
“The danger is today’s high-potency pot is extremely hazardous to the developing mind. It’s highly addictive.” from @laurastack in The Dangerous Truth About Today’s Marijuana: Johnny Stack’s Life and Death Story.
“Today’s more potent marijuana plants contain 28% THC or higher, while the weed we rolled in the ’70’s and ’80’s was 2-5% THC.” from @laurastack in The Dangerous Truth About Today’s Marijuana: Johnny Stack’s Life and Death Story.
“Dab is to marijuana what crack is to cocaine. Depending on potency, one dab is like smoking three to five joints at once.” from @laurastack in The Dangerous Truth About Today’s Marijuana: Johnny Stack’s Life and Death Story. 
“If Johnny hadn’t started using marijuana, I know he would still be alive today,” from @laurastack in The Dangerous Truth About Today’s Marijuana: Johnny Stack’s Life and Death Story. 

Johnny’s Cartoons

Marijuana Fact Sheets

We created 12 of these, so you can post two a day during National Marijuana Facts Week, July 4-10. But they are great to use for any campaign!

FACT #2 – A decrease in IQ
FACT #3 – Increased risk of addiction with higher potency
FACT #4 – Increases the odds you’ll use other drugs
FACT #5 – Can kill you from throwing up

“I AM ONE OF Johnny’s Ambassadors” BADGES for social media

HOLIDAY GRAPHICS – for bereaved parents to post on special occasions

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