大麻 マリファナ カンナビス – Cannabis in Japan



大麻合法化活動を行う、日本のトップアクティビストの秘密集会に潜入! 古来日本と大麻の意外な接点、大麻規制法、医療大麻としてのポテンシ…

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  1. 日本は大麻も同じ"麻"って字が使われてるしドラッグだってことで麻薬と同じだって思われてるのが悲しいしそのイメージがとれないうちは絶対に大麻合法化はされないと思ってる。
    チャゲアスのASKAの覚せい剤とかピエール瀧のコカインとか、あそこらへんの麻薬での逮捕もUZI等の大麻逮捕と同じものだと思われてるのがおかしいし、大麻のせいで麻製品である本来の大麻も風評被害受けているのがおかしい。
    日本じゃ危険、毒と思われてるものが海外じゃ合法化されて嗜好品として医療用として使用されてる現状を見ても危険というイメージが払拭されないのもおかしい。
    最初は国公認の一部の薬局でしか、しかも一般的な値段よりも倍くらい高い値段でもいいから一部合法化して販売したらいいと思う。
    そして大麻は合法、良い物と認識させた上で、コカインや覚せい剤等の麻薬が危険だってことを再認識させるべき。

  2. 出て来た人らは言い訳を探してるんだろう。違法行為をした奴らはレッテルを貼られます。あなた方世界観違いますよ、カッコいいですね。

  3. If Japan manages to legalize it will be a great step in the right direction. I believe Japan as a whole won't abuse the drug in a way it is being abused in the west, where it is simply used as a way to get a laugh watching a stupid TV show instead of self-reflection, meditation, problem solving, creativity and self-improvement. If Japan can show responsible and positive use is possible, other countries will be more likely to follow

  4. US is the main culprit here, it banned use of cannabis in countries where it has been used for centuries like India and Japan.and recently USA is legalizing weed in their own country, what kind of logic is that. We need to legalize it worldwide.

  5. As a medicinal cannabis user, I am barred from entering Japan for life.

    I had plans to go to a Japanese Language School to immerse myself in the culture, and get to really know the Japanese people. I have a genuine passion for the culture and wished to experience real life in Japan.

    However, I have a few weed “charges” from the lovely folks over in the US Government. As a result, I am permanently barred from entering the country if I am honest with immigration and I do not choose to lie about “Have I ever been convicted of a crime?”

    Now being educated about cannabis, hemp and it’s relation to the Japanese, it is even more tragic that cannabis users like myself are viewed as delinquent criminals who have no right to visit Japan.

    It deeply saddens me that I am refused to experience a culture I grew to genuinely love as a result of a certain plant I derive legitimate medicinal value from.

    Yes, maybe I shouldn’t have smoked in public. But it still doesn’t take away the fact that it is a tragedy that somebody such as myself is permanently barred from experiencing a culture I genuinely love, all because of a plant that helps me cope with an anxiety disorder and tendency to not eat enough food.

    Here’s to a change in the laws so people such as myself can also have the option to go to the Olympics in Tokyo.

  6. lmao i remember i smoked my japanese roomate out for the very first time, he was kind of very skeptical of it. he kept going like omg, this is like dreaming! lmao best person i ever smoked out. he later got paranoid and didnt want to end up trying it again but im glad i could give a japanese person first hand experience non the less.

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