People with alzheimer's disease are known to have extremely high levels
of aluminum in their brain. When heroin
addicts were found to
have high occurances of alzheimers (or just being generally fucked up)
certain studies incorrectly linked their ailments with the aluminum
foil many used to smoke heroin.
But everyone has aluminum in their bodies, and it is in many of the
products we use every day. The human body does not eliminate
aluminum, it builds up over time.
I'm no scientist, but I would assume you injest more aluminum in your everyday lives than you would using it to smoke (your drug
of choice). You probably do more damage to your body by simply smoking pot
/opium/whatever than the aluminum does. Smoking is bad
I stick to glass myself, but if I were to smoke from aluminum, I would
probably stick to aluminum foil, not pop cans, etc. The aluminum
might not be that bad for you, but dyes and ink that are on cans
probably is. </span></span>