It can be used to improve education, improve health care, develop the justice system, help the poor, pay the country's debt and strengthen unfunded government programs. In recent years, there have been substantial changes in cultural attitudes towards marijuana for medical and recreational use. Potential issues with approval, production, dispensing, route of administration and adverse health effects of medical and recreational marijuana are reviewed. Medical marijuana must be subject to the same rigorous approval process as other drugs prescribed by doctors.
Legalizing Recreational Marijuana May Have Negative Effects on Public Health. Marijuana use among adolescents has been on the rise. Data that has tracked adolescent perception of marijuana risk and use for decades clearly show an inverse relationship; as adolescent risk perception declines, marijuana use increases, 61 As more states legalize medical and recreational marijuana, it is expected that perception of risk decreases, which causes the prevalence of consumption among adolescents to continue to increase. This is one of the most worrying issues about drug legalization because many of the negative effects of marijuana, including cognitive impairment and the risk of psychosis in the short and long term, increase when used during adolescence.
Should we allow medical marijuana to be legalized here in our country? This is what I posted on my social media account recently. I received a lot of answers. Legal Marijuana Presents Potential for Huge Benefits for Local and National Economies. It could also help secure investors' investment portfolios across the country and elsewhere as well.
While Marijuana Remains Federal Illegal, It's Difficult for Investors to Capitalize on Industry Growth. The number of marijuana-related companies listed on public stock exchanges is minuscule, and while investors have the option of working with over-the-counter exchanges, many of the most successful companies in the initial cannabis legal space are based in Canada or other countries. Unlike any other prescription drug used for medical purposes, marijuana is not subject to central regulatory oversight. Meanwhile, former Secretary of Health Jaime Gálvez Tan is in favor of legalizing medical marijuana.
At the forefront of the fight to legalize medical marijuana is the Philippine Society for Compassion for Cannabis (PCCS). Before a patient can be prescribed marijuana, it is necessary for a licensed physician to provide a full evaluation of the patient's medical history. The potential benefits and significant risks associated with marijuana use should be taught in medical schools and residency programs across the country. The term “medical marijuana” implies that marijuana is like any other medication prescribed by a doctor.
Should marijuana become legal nationwide, marijuana companies would be free to include their shares in all U. Critics of the bills argue that no new or additional bills are needed, since under Republic Act (RA) 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act, the use of medical marijuana for compassionate use for people with terminal illnesses is allowed in the country. A pro-medical marijuana NGO called the Philippine Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (PORMAL) seeks to challenge the law to legalize its use, however, there is opposition from both the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency and senators such as Vicente Sotto III. Marijuana is the only “drug” that is smoked, and although it is not yet fully understood, there are legitimate concerns about the long-term effects of marijuana smoke on the lungs.
Data that has tracked adolescent perception of risk and use of marijuana for decades clearly show an inverse relationship; as adolescent perception of risk decreases, marijuana use increases. Presidential spokesman Salvador Panelo explained that the president was in favor of the “controlled” and “regulated” use of marijuana for medical purposes. If the new law is passed, only these centers, medical marijuana patients and caregivers will be exempt from civil and criminal liability. However, the ways in which medical marijuana has been approved, prescribed and made available to the public are very different from other prescription drugs available on the market.
Donnabel Trias-Cunanan has a 7-year-old daughter named Julia who has several conditions that could be controlled with medical marijuana. . .