This question is not about smoking cannabis. The scope of this question is limited to other methods of consumption such as edibles, tinctures, and transdermal patches.
The Wikipedia article on the long-term effects of cannabis says that studies show that cannabis usage by teenagers may cause permanent cognitive impairment, but except at very high doses, this has not been established for adults.
It says that it may raise the risk of schizophrenia in susceptible individuals.
It also says that cannabis usage during pregnancy may cause permanent damage to an unborn child.
Also, preliminary research suggests that cannabis consumption may prevent Alzheimer's disease.
There is a similar question asked on this site: Is smoking weed bad for your health?, but this other question deals primarily with the negative effects of smoking.
My question is, what do we know today about the long-term effects of cannabis consumption besides smoking?