Legalize Cannabis Across All U.S. States
The Goal. To allow people to use cannabis legally.
The Problem. So far, only 11 states have legalized recreational use of marijuana, plus 22 more that have legalized it for medical use. There are a few good reasons why cannabis should be legalized.
While too much cannabis at any one time may cause some discomfort, you won’t likely die from a cannabis overdose. Unlike other drugs, it doesn’t cause damage to organs or result to breathing cessation. You’d have to smoke at least 1,500 pounds of pot within 15 minutes to die, which is just impossible.
Second, it’s no more than dangerous than cigarettes and alcohol. If those two are legal, why can’t marijuana be legal?
Lastly, marijuana can provide relief for people suffering from various kinds of chronic pain as a result of spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, cancer, and arthritis, to name just a few. Cannabis can also help with insomnia and seizures.
The Solution. Marijuana should be legalized at the federal level so that it could be regulated by the US FDA, just like alcohol and cigarettes. This way, the consumption of cannabis will be much safer. Cannabis-related crimes will also disappear because people won’t have to buy or sell them illegally.
Over the years, the cannabis industry has been revolutionized so that you can experience the benefits of THC and just consume the amount you need. Sites like Mindrnd have created products like the Stiiizy Sour Diesel Sativa Pod which allow you to enjoy cannabis safely and discreetly.