With marijuana use on a steady march toward normalization, if not outright national legalization, the booming cannabis industry appears bound for even greater growth.
Denver, Thursday, March 5th, 2014: During a cannabis industry expo that happened on March 4, 2015, former player Denver Bronco Nate Jackson along with few former NFL players called on the league to allow medical marijuana as it helps players deal with physical pain associated with their profession. He says “he believes NFL has no choice but to eradicate cannabis from the list of its banned substances in the near future.”
By Dr. Jamie Zimmerman States that have legalized medical marijuana may be reaping an unintended benefit from easing up on restrictions: They appear to have nearly 25 percent fewer deaths from overdoses involving prescription painkillers, a new study found...
A legal loophole could mean no taxes for over a year.
Sean Williams – March 3rd, 2015: Momentum for legalizing marijuana appears to be unstoppable at one side of the globe while issues with the safety of the drug have been polarizing at the other end. More people favor legalizing the drug as states like Colorado and Washington have already legalized it and are now collecting millions in revenue from its sale to fill their budget gaps and employ its workers. However, much is still unknown about the adverse effects of marijuana though most studies examine its dangers more than its benefits. Marijuana has been classified as schedule one drug by the federal government meaning it is not meant for medical benefits.
Even though there are a number of different ways you can consume cannabis that have evolved over the years, you may be looking for a more health-conscious option. Here are some suggestions for a smoke-free cannabis experience.