Sunday Weed: Weekly Digest, Number One
It is Sunday! Lazy in your bed? Drinking your coffee with donuts? Fighting hangover with pizza leftovers?
Great! It is time to find a good read. We have gathered seven best blog posts and articles about cannabis just for you. Hope you enjoy our little weekly digest.
Former DEA agents Finn Selander and Michael Capasso stopped by Arizona State University to encourage students to vote ‘Yes’ in upcoming voting on Proposition 205. Agents gave their perspective on marijuana use and told that they believe law enforcement has more important tasks at hand.
What a shame, DEA! Are you trying to harass 81-year-old Grandma and sending a dozen of troopers and helicopter to seize her single marijuana plant? What a great way to spend taxpayers’ money.
By the way, what do you know about cannabis?
We bet many things are popping up in your head. However, do you know where does marijuana come from? Get to know what landraces are!
Congratulations, UK! CBD is now considered as a potential medicine. According to MHRA, cannabidiol has ‘a restoring, correcting or modifying’ effect on human’s body. Products containing CBD will have to comply with high standards of manufacturing and safety.
Probably, you have heard that the act would decrease the number of arrests and incarcerations and increase tax revenues. It would save much money and help California develop and flourish.
Unfortunately, not everything is unicorns and rainbows. It is time to take a look at downsides. Let’s see what politicians and many big corporations do not want us to know.
Your pet can find relief, too. You can help your best friend to feel better, live longer and improve their quality of life. However, it is still a controversial topic that we need to discuss and research.
Despite a change of public opinion towards cannabis, marijuana arrests are spiking up. Studies also show that black adults are more likely to be arrested for possession in comparison to white adults. Even with decriminalization of small amounts, people end up in jail and struggle to restore their lives after release.
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See you next Sunday!