OK Ok RP - please produce your reference to this interesting little pharmacology factoid.
Or did you just invent this to support your totalitarian bent?
The following is an excerpt from Study casts doubt on marijuana's effectiveness as glaucoma treatment:
"But to be effective, Green said a patient would have to smoke an unrealistic amount of marijuana."
"If you want to maintain a low interocular pressure with marijuana, then you have to smoke a joint every 1 to 2 hours which is 10 to 12 joints a day, which is 4,000 a year," he said. "That's by anybody's definition -- no matter how liberal you are -- a considerable consumption."
"His study is published in the recent issue of the American Medical Association's journal, Opthamology."