Trump's a harzard to your health, not Marrijanna.

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  1. Castlepaloma profile image74
    Castlepalomaposted 9 months ago

    Wealth is health and Trump administration is a harzard to it. Not just revamping nuclear arms race , killing Mexicans at boarders and Fossil fuels.
    Across North America 76% doctors approve of medical marijuana and nearly 90% of the public approve of its use. Trump opposed marrijanna, so cruel.

    Even though I think war is a harzard to your health as Marrijanna would make you think twice. Still, there are about 20 military veterans die by suicide every day, often due to chronic pain, PTSD. Medical cannabis must be obtain outside the VA medical system. President Trump opposed an effort to allow them that relief. Trump opposed Colorado legalization with 90% good results and 10% questionable negative results.

    Also veterans could lose their lifelong military benefits if a drug test turned up evidence of cannabis use. The VA reformed that policy in late 2017—but it’s a policy subject to easy change, not a protection codified by law. President Trump opposes codifying it into law.

    It remains extremely difficult to launch a clinical study on the risks and benefits of medical cannabis on PTSD. Ask Dr. Sue Sisley, who’s famously struggled for years to get her study off the ground. Congress is considering a bill to sponsor just such a study. President Trump again opposes it. Think about that: He opposes research into medical cannabis for veterans.  If a police man uses medical marijuana he is fired. Same for goverment workers, or pro athletes and so on.  I rather ban politicans rather than a cannabis medicine used for  humanity for thousands of years.

    So much for all his BS on how Trump continues to praise the Troops and Police for their services. When cannabis gets totally legalized. Then the police and Troops will be forced to arrest real violent criminals rather than horticulturists. A few police may have to lay down their lives rather than the horticulturists and their dog. Also it will put a dent on the rapid growth of prisoners that have grown ten times, in the last 40 years. Easy pic-kins fruit.

    1. Kathryn L Hill profile image79
      Kathryn L Hillposted 9 months agoin reply to this

      hmm

  2. Kathryn L Hill profile image79
    Kathryn L Hillposted 9 months ago

    Abortions and THC ingestion:
    Theses things are not natural. (Marijuana has very much deviated from its original THC content.)
    They are not good for us.

    But, perhaps we should not be legislating morality in regards to what people can and cannot do to themselves.

    Free choice.

    - some boundaries we need to decide for ourselves.


    But then, of course, what can be allowed, in this case?
    Heroin?
    Cocaine?
    Shady pharmaceuticals?
    Opium?
    Fentanyl?
    Speed?
    Vicodin?
    ETC

    https://drugabuse.com/vicodin/effects-use/

    https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/ … s/fentanyl

  3. Castlepaloma profile image74
    Castlepalomaposted 9 months ago

    Most of these drugs mentioned is where cannabis helps to slowly work off their addictiveness.

    The drug’s effects on a fetus , cannabis is mainly used for pain release concerns. One significant flaw with most studies looking at marijuana use in pregnancy is that researchers do not take into account that a large proportion of marijuana users also smoke tobacco.

  4. hard sun profile image90
    hard sunposted 9 months ago

    Science is on the side of medical marijuana. Indeed, if Trump truly cared about the health of veterans, at least making medical marijuana legal at the federal level, would be one of the top priorities for helping them. 

    It really just makes sens to legalize all drugs. I don't think it would increase use one bit. In fact, there's several reasons to think it would decrease hard drug usage.

    1. Castlepaloma profile image74
      Castlepalomaposted 9 months agoin reply to this

      NEW YORKNEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Researchers aren’t sure why, but in the 23 U.S. states where medical marijuana has been legalized, deaths from opioid overdoses have decreased by almost 25 percent, according to a new analysis.

      “Most of the discussion on medical marijuana has been about its effect on individuals in terms of reducing pain or other symptoms.

  5. Castlepaloma profile image74
    Castlepalomaposted 9 months ago

    The mass don't take seriously enough the fact that Marrijanna is just a part of the grandiose picture of worldwide Ecocide.

 
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