Answer: Some major factors: Upbringing & Childhood, Abuse or TraumaticExperiences, Residing in High Exposure Areas, Peer Influences,Depression & Low Self Esteem, Medical Issues Warrenting StrongPrescriptions etc.
Answer: There is no such thing as a ( gateway drug ). Some people would tell you that marijuana is a gateway drug that will eventually lead to other types of drug abuse and that is not always true. Some people who start abusing drugs do not start out on things like marijuana. I have talked to people who have NEVER used marijuana and have a bad addiction to methamphetamine, narcotic pain relievers such as lortab, percocet, and other types of (pain pills), heroin, LSD, and many other commonly abused drugs. So you cannot label a specific (drug) as a gateway drug because of the high percentage of people who start out using drugs by doing other illegal substances. With saying that there is a percentage of people who do start out using marijuana and other less (hard) drugs that do move on to bigger things, but at the same time there are ALOT of chronic marijuana users that never use any other drugs.
Answer: The advantage of liquid dosing over other types of dosing is thatliquid is easier to adjust. Pills and chewable tablets can reallyonly be cut in half if needed, while liquid dosages can be splitinto mL or smaller amounts if needed.
Answer: Factors like political unrest,natural calamity, availability of rawmaterials affect a business. While in the former two, the businesshouse has little to do and watch helplessly and wait for theoutcome. Shortage or non availability of raw material can beovercome by import,which will add to the manufacturing cost. Evenups and downs in international financial markets have repercussionon domestic market. The exporters sit idle for lack of orders andthe importers are to pay high import duty for exchange ratefluctuation.