How To Buy Cannabis Where It’s Illegal
People in illegal states are still waiting for their chance to get legal access to weed. However, change doesn’t happen overnight, and many begin to think where to get cannabis illegally.
This idea is understandable, but we want you to think twice — and better decide not to shop weed from the black market. Even if you know that cannabis is not a dangerous drug and can be helpful, getting it illegally is against the law and can have consequences you will surely want to avoid.
The Black Market Is A Bad Idea
Buying cannabis on the black market is illegal. The more significant problem, though, is a quality of the product you get. Legal states require producers to test their products for everything from potency to mold. That’s not the case with the black market — a contaminated bag of weed can bring severe health problems.
On the other side, buying weed from the drug dealers can contribute to the indirect support of drug cartels. The presence of drug cartels increases crime rates (including violent crimes) and make the life of people around much more dangerous. Decide for yourself, but think twice again.
Advocate For Change
You can bring the change closer. Write or call your state officials, senators, and representatives and advocate for cannabis legalization. Be vocal and ready to argue for your case. Legalization is rolling through the country, but it doesn’t mean that it happens without any push.
Progress takes time, and this time is now. Check out your local laws, be vocal about a necessary policy change, and — please — avoid the black market at all costs. Everybody in the community and the industry will thank you later.
(Sweedsy in no way encourages illegal activity and would like to remind its readers that marijuana usage continues to be an offense under Federal Law, regardless of state marijuana laws. To learn more, click here.)