There was a time when marijuana was shunned in America. Things are changed for this one-time illegal drug. Since it has proven to be great for various medical conditions, more states are legalizing it year after year. A poll conducted by Gallup Poll shows that 64% of the voters in the country are leaning towards the legalization of medical marijuana. This is when the federal government still classifies it as an illegal drug under schedule…"Could the Big Business of Marijuana Legalization Become Another Giant Bummer?"
The perception surrounding cannabis has changed rapidly in the past couple of years. This comes amid a scientific singularity in the realm of cannabis research. Every day the benefits of cannabis on pretty much every single illness comes out, and there is essentially no research showing that marijuana is harmful, aside from some studies which indicate that it can lower IQ in adolescents with preexisting mental conditions. But the stigma surrounding the plant has almost…"Why Hollywood’s Marijuana Portrayals Are Out of Step With the Times"
There is a tricky question in relation to medical marijuana patients and gun laws in the USA. Marijuana is still considered a drug at the federal level and the implications of this is that legal gun owners are forbidden to use medical marijuana. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms said that law applies to potential medical marijuana patients regardless pf whether or not“the state has passed legislation authorizing marijuana use for medicinal purposes.” This…"Can Medical Marijuana Patients Legally Own Guns?"
The world is seeing cannabis legalization all over. In the USA, 8 states have legalized recreational marijuana with 29 states allowing medical marijuana for its residents. Next year Canada will become the first large country in the world to have fully legalized recreational marijuana. A poll conducted in New Zealand by the New Zealand Drug Foundation revealed that 65% of voters are eager to see a reduction in cannabis restrictions. With the world going pro-marijuana,…"Cannabis Cocktail Trend Gains Momentum"