“La marihuana no se puede matar” es una frase popular en la comunidad de cannabis, por obvias razones. A diferencia de casi todas las otras sustancias en la Tierra, no se puede consumir una cantidad suficiente de marihuana a una sobredosis y morir.
Por supuesto, como cualquier otra cosa, uso de la marihuana puede iniciar una cadena de acontecimientos que conducen a la muerte. Por ejemplo, si está haciendo una gota sobre una 3rd balcón de la planta y se toma un golpe demasiado grande y obtener de mareo y caer por el balcón, Podrías morir. Se podría ahogar a la muerte en un brownie de manipulación muy seca. La vida es extraña y cosas extrañas suceden todo el tiempo.
Then there are the avoidable deaths that can come from marijuana use, like the cases of patients who have been denied organ transplants because of their choice of medical marijuana. An uncountable number of people have been given less of a chance at life because they chose a safer alternative to dangerous and addictive prescription drugs.
The legalization of marijuana would solve some of these problems, others it would not. You still might need some milk for that brownie, regardless of its legality. And the fact that substances that are much more dangerous than marijuana and kill tens of thousands of people every year can be bought on most store shelves is a ridiculous set of circumstances, but even the proven safety of marijuana is not the main reason it should be legal.
Cannabis should be legal because the people who possess, consume, grow and sell it are not infringing on the rights of anyone else. Now, here is where many will begin talking about societal implications of marijuana use and claim someone else will be paying for the decision later, so rights are being infringed, etc.
The problem with that line of logic is that it can be applied to just about anything. Someone deciding to eat 10 Big Macs a month could very well be making a decision other people will end up paying for down the road. The federal government could ban Big Macs, and all other unhealthy foods, but who decides what is unhealthy and how that would be enforced? Are we going to prohibit all foods with a certain fat content or a certain number of calories? And all because some people will abuse the privilege of being able to eat as many Big Macs as they want?
As I’ve said before, if you don’t want to pay for the mistakes of others, take it up with the lawmakers who force you to. The alternative is banning every single thing that could cause harm to anyone.
Is that a world you would want to live in?
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