I've read some articles that claim cannabis is actually healthy for the lungs when vaporized or used in other ways other than smoking/combustion. So, do you folks think cannabis can aid in improving lung health? If so, what do you guys think about giving a minor (9 yrs old) some edibles once a week? My little brother has minor breathing problems when he gets sick. He gets sick once every 2 months, which is pretty often, in my opinion. When he's sick, he coughs a lot and wheezes a bit. He's not diagnosed with asthma or anything but I'm thinking cannabis could help his lungs become stronger & healthier. As for me, I am 100% pro-cannabis and I strongly believe it is completely safe and healthy for him to eat a brownie or drink a cup of cannabis tea once a week. I've raised him for the past 3 years, so, I see him as my own son. I am 24 years old and use cannabis 2-3 times a week at night to help me sleep. I am a responsible adult with 5 yr old twin boys of my own. I was just wondering if any of the parents here treat your own child with cannabis for lung-related reasons. Even if not for the lungs, maybe just for health in general. I've read so many articles about how cannabis can aid in brain cell growth, bacteria fighting properties, cancer cell fighting properties, improving memory, and so on. Don't you think everyone can benefit from cannabis once every week or two... including children? Especially, when it's done with edibles, NOT smoking or even vaporizing. Just looking for some opinions.