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Over the past few decades, people’s attitude towards cannabis has changed, and so have the state laws. In 2020, 11 states allow recreational use of cannabis, and its medical use is legalized in 33 states. It’s strictly prohibited for any use in 3 states and decriminalized in 16 – which means that recreational use is illegal, but there are some medical marijuana programs and possession of small amounts doesn’t result in jail time.
The idea of legal medical marijuana brings out polarized opinions. However, it’s the legalization of recreational cannabis that’s the most controversial. States who are in its favor, point out its positive aspects, while states who are against it focus on its drawbacks. In this article, we will discuss both the positive and negative aspects of cannabis use and how it contributes to your social life. Keep on reading to get a better view of this issue!
According to Reno Nevada dispensary experts, the key to safe and optimal use of cannabis is in moderation. It’s also essential to purchase good quality products from a trusted source. Nevertheless, the opinions differ when it comes to two natural cannabinoid compounds commonly found in plants of the cannabis genus – THC and CBD. Let us remind you real quick what the fuss is all about.
Cannabidiol, a.k.a. CBD is extracted from either hemp or marijuana. Marijuana plants contain higher concentrations of THC alongside it, while in hemp plants the concentration of THC is lower than 0.3%. CBD, unlike THC, is a non-psychoactive compound, which means it doesn’t result in the sense of euphoria. On the other hand, THC is the primary psychoactive compound that gives you the sensation of high. You can consume it by smoking cannabis, and it’s also