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  1. Simple truth? It gets u high, it makes u laugh alot, should be used moderately cus if used too much, the body adapts and it loses its effects, requiring you to take a break from it, and just like all other drugs it has various side effects, strands of weed can be good or bad, make sure your dealer is reliable unless u live in a place where weed is legal, where u probably don't face that issue. There, that's the truth about marijuana, I'm done.

  2. The real gateway drugs are dextromethorphan and *prescription opioids*. Dextromethorphan is legal to purchase OTC, it's a powerful dissociative, and can easily lead to use of heavier drugs. Not saying I think DXM should be banned, because it shouldn't.

  3. I think it would be nice if more conservative politicians would get behind legalization of marijuana and not oppose it simply because liberal politicians are in favor. Keep in mind I am referring to politicians not the citizens. There is nothing small government about the war on drugs that has failed.

  4. You are totally right, Marijuana should be legalized. If it was, especially in Utah, I wouldn’t have to take all of the medication that I am currently on. I am currently on medication for chronic migraines, Endometriosis with ovarian cysts, anxiety, PTSD, and the list goes on. I take 20 types of medication almost on a daily basis. If marijuana was legalized the medication that I take almost on a daily basis would be reduced to 4 or 5, and my medical bill would go down a lot.
    👍🌿🌿🌿I am definitely for legalizing this drug🌿🌿🌿👍

  5. I'm what you would consider an oh so evil liberal with a disease, but I happily stand with you on this issue dude. The "War On Drugs" is one of the absolute biggest hypocrisies on the American right wing. Good video.

    "WE HATE UNNEED REGULATIONS!" -American right wing
    AMERICA CAN NEVER LEGALIZE WEED CAUSE IT'S A GATEWAY DRUG AND HARMFUL TO KIDS!" -Also the American right wing

  6. It is now making a comeback in the black market (drug dealers) because of the high taxation. Still, there will always be a market for high priced legal weed.

  7. I hate to say this bud I gotta admit that it shouldn't be legalized at all, because from what I've remy dad did a lot of drugs and died when I was 8, and I've seen quite a few people who were in severe conditions due to using drug's for whatever reasons they may have. I'm pretty sure that some people are trying to fight for to have those drugs illegalized is because of how dangerous they truly are and the fact that people back when drugs didn't exist yet they lived much loner lives than what most of us do nowadays mostly due to not only drugs but unhealthy processdd foods as well. But I respect your opinion on that much, sorry, but I do agree with ya on everything else's🍻 And so far, this is one of the many thing's that I've researched on what Marijuana does/causes to happen to people wh uses it.

    The use of marijuana is not only harmful to the pot smoker himself. He can also become a risk to society.

    Research clearly shows that marijuana has the potential to cause problems in daily life. A study of 129 college students found that, among those who smoked the drug at least 27 of the 30 days before being surveyed, critical skills related to attention, memory, and learning were seriously diminished. A study of postal workers found that employees who tested positive for marijuana had 55% more accidents, 85% more injuries and a 75% increase in being absent from work.

    In Australia, a study found that cannabis intoxication was responsible for 4.3% of driver fatalities.

    It is almost impossible to grow up in America, or any country, and not be exposed to drugs. Peer pressure to do drugs is high and honest information about the dangers of drugs is not always available.

    Many people will tell you marijuana is not dangerous. Consider who is telling you that. Are these the same people who are trying to sell you some pot?

    Marijuana can harm a person’s memory—and this impact can last for days or weeks after the immediate effects of the drug wear off. In one study, a group of heavy marijuana users was asked to recall words from a list. Their ability to correctly remember the words did not return to normal until as long as four weeks after they stopped smoking.39

    Students who use marijuana have lower grades and are less likely to get into college than non-smokers. They simply do not have the same abilities to remember and organize information compared to those who do not use these substances.

    “The teacher in the school I went to would smoke three or four joints a day. He got lots of students to start smoking, me included. His dealer then pushed me to start using heroin, which I did without resisting. By that time, it was as if my conscience was already dead.” — Veronique

    WHAT DEALERS WILL TELL YOU

    When teens were surveyed to find out why they started using drugs in the first place, 55% replied that it was due to pressure from their friends. They wanted to be cool and popular. Dealers know this.

    They will approach you as a friend and offer to “help you out” with “something to bring you up.” The drug will “help you fit in” or “make you cool.”

    Drug dealers, motivated by the profits they make, will say anything to get you to buy their drugs. They will tell you that “weed won’t lead you to harder drugs.”

    They don’t care if the drugs ruin your life as long as they are getting paid. All they care about is money. Former dealers have admitted they saw their buyers as “pawns in a chess game.”

    Get the facts about drugs. Make your own decisions.

  8. When you're talking about the medical disadvantages of weed, you seem to miss out my biggest problem with it: combustion. Smoking is really unhealthy when not used medicinally because of the smoke it produces is not at all fit for human consumption, and can cause a multitude of cancers.
    Other than that, this video is awesome, and I was kind of in the dark on the issue of legalising marijuana, and you presented me with facts to help me come to a conclusion. Keep up the good work!

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