11 Health Benefits of Medical Marijuana

While recreational marijuana is still faced with controversy, the majority of Americans now believe that the drug should be legalized for medical purposes. In fact, more than 20 states that already passed legislation that allows medical marijuana. As a result of the nation’s shifting attitudes on legalizing marijuana for medicinal uses, researchers have led some breakthrough studies to better understand the following health benefits that cannabis has on the body.
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The FACTS about Marijuana and Exercise!

Despite the popular lazy stoner stereotype that depicts cannabis users camping out on the couch to watch a marathon of their favorite show rather than run in one, it turns out that marijuana and exercise have a deeper relationship than many believe. If you have ever wondered why so many active surfers, skaters, snowboarders, and even body builders smoke marijuana, the answer is in the fact that getting stoned can be extremely conducive and supplemental to exercise. If you are seeking ways to increase your overall health, read on to learn some interesting facts that prove smoking weed can still lead to an active and healthy lifestyle with the right motivation.
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Denver Officials Head to Europe to Discuss Marijuana

Around the world, the marijuana legalization movement is gaining unprecedented traction from the Americas and Europe to South America and beyond. In the land of late marijuana evangelist Bob Marley, politicians are huddling to discuss methods for easing Jamaica’s cannabis laws. Within one of the world’s top-producing nations of hashish, the two leading Moroccan political parties are brainstorming ways to legalize marijuana cultivation. In Mexico City, politicians are planning to let stores sell marijuana across the metropolis ravaged by cartels. And, the small country of Uruguay in South America is making news by becoming the first to approve national marijuana legalization.
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Majority of Americans Believe Marijuana Legalization is Inevitable

As three-fourths of Americans now indicate that national marijuana legalization is inevitable, regardless of whether they support it or not, it seems that the United States is on the brink of change. In a recent telephone survey conducted by the Pew Research Center, 75% of both supporters and opponents of legal marijuana reported that it will eventually be legal nationwide for individuals to sell and use pot without criminal offense. While 39% of respondents declared that cannabis should be legal for personal use and 44% said it should be legal for medicinal use only, just 16% of the Americans surveyed believed marijuana should be illegal for all.
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