Medical Marijuana – A ban on vaping products in various states (caused by the sell of illicit THC products) will deprive Medical Marijuana patients of using an effective delivery system for their medicine. Of course, for now, it’s wise in the best of cases, to avoid Cannabis Cartridges. Patients should be purchasing cannabis edibles, natural weed, and other products. That said, we must consider patients rights in states with these bans.
From Forbes We Have:
The use of medical cannabis has grown more prevalent as research continues to show it can provide much-needed relief to people suffering from the symptoms of debilitating medical conditions. But access to cannabis may be jeopardized if states ban regulated cannabis vaporizer products in response to the outbreak of vaping-related illnesses that are being fueled by the illicit market.
We agree with this sentiment, but hopefully these nonsensical bans will soon be a thing of the past. In the meantime, judges should act immediately in positions where any Medical Marijuana patients may suffer.
Medical Marijuana From Harvard Medical
Marijuana is currently legal, on the state level, in 29 states, and in Washington, DC. It is still illegal from the federal government’s perspective.
As policymakers continue to tackle this health crisis, they must consider the ramifications of bans on legal and effective medical cannabis products and enact policies that are focused on curbing the dangers of the illicit market.cMedical Marijuana users who rely on regulated treatments developed by licensed manufacturers should not suffer because of the bad actors who operate in the shadows
Our own publisher is a user of Medical Marijuana for chronic pain. In his case, it doesn’t work well and it often times leaves him so ‘stoned’ he winds up sleeping the day away, or listening to Dark Side of the Moon with Apple AirPods