Yo, what’s up? My name is Dan, and let’s talk about legalizing weed. This topic has been debated for years, and it’s still in the spotlight today because of its recreational and medicinal use. There are even studies that show how marijuana can help a person in so many ways. So, why not legalize this thing already?
Marijuana is one of the most popular drugs that people use on the regular. Almost 160 million people or 3.9% of the world population use Marijuana/Cannabis, and that number will only keep rising. That’s why we should legalize weed—many consumers/patients are already patronizing it.
This drug can help a lot of people in so many ways, from helping cancer patients to those with glaucoma. It also alleviates stress and depression. People even recommend marijuana for chronic pains too. Doctors are even prescribing marijuana for people having eating and sleep disorders.
Some people think marijuana is dangerous to be legalized, but I’m here to tell you they’re wrong. It depends on how you use it. If you use Marijuana to treat various illnesses, you’re on the right path. Marijuana is a safer option compared to alcohol and tobacco.
Some people still believe that it has destroyed millions of lives worldwide, but that’s not entirely true. People think that marijuana shouldn’t be legalized because it endangers human lives. The funny thing about people protesting about marijuana legalization is either that they haven’t used it, or they don’t have the general knowledge regarding its background.
The truth of the matter is that marijuana is not a harmful drug as long as you use it for the right reasons. Although excessive use of marijuana may have adverse effects, you should weigh in the best options you have.
The Center for Disease Control or CDC conferred that tobacco has caused more deaths every year in the United States. Plus, excessive drinking was one of the causes of preventable deaths in the USA. Moreover, there was no data shown linking deaths with the use of marijuana.
In the United States, there has been widespread legalization of Marijuana due to its medical benefits. More and more people have come to the aid of marijuana for treating various conditions. As early as 2700 BC, marijuana was already being used for treating conditions such as rheumatism, insomnia, eating disorder, gout, and digestive orders. Thanks to its medical effects, there are now plenty of reasons to legalize weed.
Through the years, breeders producing high-quality medical marijuana have paved the way for treating more illnesses than ever before. Marijuana has an active ingredient called delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol or THC for short.
This specific ingredient gives the feeling of euphoria and high to its users while containing a significant amount of pain-relieving properties. So, you shouldn’t wonder why people are getting involved in marijuana. Plus, it gives them a more positive outlook and a relaxed mind.
While the debate on legalizing weed is still ongoing, support for marijuana is quickly rising over the years because of its positive effects on humans all over the world. THC has proven to treat patients with glaucoma significantly by lowering intraocular pressure when taking Marijuana.
Also, experts have found out that Marijuana can help treat people with symptoms of nausea and vomiting. It helps ease these first signs. In fact, two cannabis products were approved by the Food and Drug Administration to be used to treat nausea and vomiting.
Contrary to popular belief, the Marijuana plant is more than just a plant that makes you psychoactive and high. The cannabis plant is a natural herb loaded with exceptional diseases-fighting properties such as anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-stress, and neuroprotective properties.
A doctor advised juicing or drinking raw marijuana to experience its therapeutic benefits without getting high due to its THCA – the acidic predecessor of THC which holds much of the curing properties of the cannabis plant and is non-psychoactive.
Cannabis seeds are also rich in essential fatty acids and proteins which play an essential role in promoting health and wellness.
People who tried growing Cannabis plants should know that cultivating these plants is pretty easy and straightforward. Although it could be a bit confusing in the beginning, you can quickly acclimate yourself when growing these.
As long as you have soil, sunlight, and a proper place to grow indoors or outdoors—it doesn’t matter—you can grow your weed! The best part? Marijuana plants can be highly resistant to common pests and plant-related diseases which mean they won’t harm other crops around them! Cannabis plants also result in having a healthier soil that is ideally good for farming.
Legalizing Marijuana remains a hot topic for debates up to this very day. But I’m all for wellness! If studies back up this idea showing that marijuana gives people more positive than negative effects then we should legalize weed after all! We only live once!