I'm new here and decided to post because I'm not ready to speak about this topic in real life. I hope that my post doesn't violate the community guidelines. I also want to apologize for my English, it's not my first language.
I recently found out that my 22 year old is smoking cannabis. Well, actually she uses a vaporizer, but that doesn't make it much better.
She was diagnosed with asthma at age 4 and suffered from episodes of brittle asthma. She recently went through a very difficult episode. I found out about her consumption through her brother (not my son, he's from another marriage of my ex-partner).
I confronted her today. She's well aware of the potential negative effects of recreational drugs and the fact that it's illegal. But she's convinced that the dope helps her staying much more relaxed and soothes her chest pain and chest tightness.
Technically she's an adult and it's her own responsibility. But I'm worried she might not take her medications properly. I myself tried pot when I was young and it gave me an extremely blurry mind.
Where can I find serious research (studies) about cannabis and asthma which could maybe help me convincing her to quit smoking?
I'm very grateful about any kind of help.