America’s Impending Recreational Marijuana Prohibition Lift
Marijuana is the third most popular recreational drug in America (behind only alcohol tobacco), and has been used by nearly 100 million Americans, and more than 20 states have legalized it in some form. After closely examining recent studies and data, it is reasonable to assume that the legalization of recreational marijuana would precipitate an increase in availability and use of more illicit drugs and yield billions in annual tax revenue, but can unequivocally benefit many people’s lives.
With marijuana legalized, many people would be out of work. Although currently illegal in most parts of the U.S, a myriad of this country's citizens actually make all their money on growing/distributing marijuana. The aforementioned people would most likely turn to other drugs; more illicit (schedule one) drugs. Schedule one drugs , such as Heroin, LSD, or Ecstasy. These drugs are far more dangerous than marijuana, causing more than 100 overdoses a day. Some drugs such as “magic mushrooms” can even cause suicide or murder like in Simon Packham from south west London who repeatedly stabbed himself in the neck with a broken bottle while on magic mushrooms. toxicology reports also later found traces of cocaine and marijuana in his body (schedule 1 and 2 drugs). Deaths like Simon’s should warn people of the seriousness of these drugs, and the increased sale/production of these would be horrid.
Although marijuana can be used irresponsibly, marijuana can be helpful to people's lives by helping your metabolism.cannabis smoking activates subtle metabolic changes that include lower “visceral adiposity and adipose tissue” (body fat that is stored within the abdominal cavity) insulin resistance according to a new study published online on March 25 in Diabetes Care. and even creativity. Although people's short-term memories function a lot worse when inebriated, “people get better at tests requiring them to come up with new...