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Legality of Cannabis in Western Europe
When it comes to Cannabis being legal for general or recreational use, the laws are varied from country to country. The International Opium Convention (which was signed in 1925) made it illegal to possess, grow and distribute marijuana. However many countries have decriminalized possession of small amounts, and we should aim to legalize it completely for the following reasons:
How current laws on marijuana affects our perception and how it can change
We are in the age of information, and once something gets on the internet it soon becomes a known fact in the world. No longer do we have to wait years for books to be spread the world, but we do have to rely on ourselves. That is why the laws that help spread positive issues have a powerful effect once they start getting implemented. If the laws of Cannabis use were changed to reflect a more positive and lenient view towards its use, soon many countries around the world would follow in the same way. In many cities around the world it is common to visit a local weed dispensary in order to purchase cannabis. There is no issue of if marijuana will be made legal, it is just a matter of when.
Long-Term Health Benefits of Marijuana
In many studies, marijuana does not seem to have any negative issues on the body or the brain of the users. However, when it comes to the positives, we can list a few. Marijuana use has been linked to benefit with various types of cancer treatments positively. It helps with the control of Tourette’s syndrome.The THC in the marijuana blocks the deposits in the brain that cause Alzheimer’s.
Marijuana has been shown to help with treat PMS symptoms like cramps and discomfort issues etc.There are many more positive results coming out every year as tests on marijuana become more frequent in many different -countries around the world with the majority coming from California.
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As we mentioned before, marijuana was made illegal in the International Opium Convention back in 1925. But since then many countries have changed their laws to help reflect the opinion of their people. In many countries owning a few grams of marijuana for personal use is decriminalized and is considered as an acceptable thing, in […]