I am going to prove that the pros about the legalization of medical and recreational use of marijuana are greatly outweighing the cons. Under the cannabis, including its long-term effects on the nation's drug.
Data that has tracked risk perception and use of marijuana among adolescents over decades clearly shows an inverse relationship; as adolescent risk perception wanes, marijuana use increases.
However, perhaps due to the fact that legalized recreational cannabis is a recent phenomenon, a scarcity of research exists on the impacts of recreational cannabis legalization and the efficacy and efficiency of cannabis regulation.
Alternatively, consideration can be given to prescribing FDA-approved medicines Dronabinol or Cesamet as the purity and concentration of these drugs are assured and their efficacy and side effect profiles have been well documented in rigorous clinical trials.
These variable costs differ by product and firm and provide a measure of firm inefficiency. More than 25 million Americans annually use it each year.
However according to research statistics, with this illegality there is still a high rise of both users as well as those initiated into the practice annually with the United Nations placing it first among the illicit substances widely used in the world UNODC However, I am a convinced opponent of even discussing any alternatives to the strict prohibition of marijuana including for medical purposes for the following reasons: Firstly, marijuana kills brain cells.
Apr 05, or so states, bud, etc marijuana - marijuana will help the use the developing brain. Marijuana is different from other drugs such as Methamphetamine, Cocaine, and Heroin because marijuana does not contain hazardous chemicals as much as Methamphetamine, Cocaine, and Heroin have.