In most states where marijuana is legal, weed dispensaries are considered essential businesses. So, it may seem that smoking weed is harmless and that now is the perfect time to do it, however, a recent study suggests otherwise.
I think we can all agree that as much as we want to stay informed on the latest news regarding COVID-19, it’s nice to have a break for the sake of our mental health.
Country music icon Willie Nelson has always been known as a marijuana smoker. But recently, the 86-year-old announced that he has given up smoking weed.
There have been some reports recently about people failing drug tests while taking CBD. These are usually blood tests conducted by employers and in some instances, employees have lost their jobs.
There’s So Much Confusion About Cannabis, Grandmas Are Being Arrested! Let’s Clear The Smoke (Pun Intended)
Let’s talk about cannabis!Reportedly, Americans are more interested in CBD (cannabidiol, a chemical found in cannabis plants) than any other health topic. And there is so much confusion surrounding cannabis that people are getting arrested for perfectly legal activity.
The use of marijuana for recreational purposes has recently become legal in multiple American states. This includes where I live, California. I find this very concerning, because I believe this contributes to the growing belief that marijuana is harmless.
Recently, Jenelle Evans, one of the stars of the hit reality television show Teen Mom 2, shared that she smoked weed while pregnant. Her reason for this was because she was suffering from “bad esophageal spasms” that made her “throw up every five minutes.”
A recent national drug use survey suggests an increase in the rates of marijuana use among senior high school students in the United States. Six percent of 12th graders or 1 in 16 high school seniors report daily use.
Marijuana use is widespread and very popular for recreational use among teens and young adults. As you know, here in California, medical marijuana use is permitted to people with certain health conditions. For young people under 18, if they are not an emancipated minor, they would need parental/guardian consent. So let’s examine the effects marijuana can have on teenagers.
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