There are benefits and downsides of using marijuana to enhance athletic performance. Highlighted below are some important considerations for athletes. The consumption of marijuana has been showed to have significant and varying effects on sports people. The effects may not always be counterproductive as many would think. Scientific research has explored marijuana benefits for people who do physical exercises. The conclusion of some research studies revealed that the therapeutic qualities of marijuana have significant beneficial…"Does Marijuana Improve Athletes Performance?"
Cannabis is now legal in some way or another in most states, but it may be risky for children to use it. That is according to a report released by the American Academy of Pediatrics, or the AAP. The organization is urging physicians nationwide to warn parents about the dangers of marijuana for kids, despite its general perception as a safe, acceptable and therapeutic treatment. Dr. Seth D. Ammerman, one of the AAP report’s co-authors,…"Pediatricians Warn Parents about Dangers of Marijuana for Kids"
With marijuana legalization sweeping across the USA, many businesses are eager to get in on the action. Marijuana is quite a lucrative business and failure to permit its legitimacy is a grave error at the State level. If marijuana is illegal in a state, people will simply move to another state where it legalized. It is the same as if alcohol were banned in one state and permissible in all others. Obviously, people who like…"Could legalization of marijuana be in Idaho’s future?"
In Boston, 3 out of the 5 members of the new Cannabis Control Commission have stated that they have tried the drug which they are now regulating, and the other two members declined to comment. The three commissioners who admitted to using marijuana were Chairman Steve Hoffman, attorney Britte McBride and former deputy general counsel to the Department of Public Health Kay Doyle. Commissioners Jen Flanagan and Shaleen Title declined to give an answer, which…"3 of 5 Pot Commissioners say they’ve tried Marijuana"
While recreational marijuana is all set for legalization in California in January of 2018, the delivery methods are restricted in a number of ways. Regulations recently issued by the Bureau of Cannabis Control state that it would only be possible to deliver pot “in person by enclosed motor vehicle”. The wording of the regulation obviously goes further than banning drones from delivering marijuana, and self-driving cars are also off the table. But it was specifically…"California bans Drones from Delivering Marijuana"