A comment on marijuana legalisation

A comment on marijuana legalisation As many of you are aware the Canadian government has agreed to legalize marijuana. Subsequently, it has caused much controversy by a wide variety of organisations. From school boards to health care providers to human resources to insurance companies and drug rehab centers just to name a few. All have a say in this complex issue. Though there are limited benefits to the legalisation of marijuana, it is a matter of time before this solution starts generating new problems. In fact, this is exactly what it’s doing. Many of the above-mentioned interest groups are concerned about the ways this law will affect their ability to control their respective areas. Pot is a mind-altering substance, if you are unsure about this then smoking a joint will change your mind. You will feel and act differently than prior to the joint. There are so many questions to be answered. What about the addiction treatment facility that deals with people struggling...
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New government, Legalizing Pot

New government, Legalizing Pot Well here we stand in 2015 with a new liberal government to guide the Canadian people to wealthier, healthier and more productive lives. At least this is what the campaign of the elected candidate has told us. But how factual are those statements made by our newly appointed Prime Minister. I cannot speak for the wealthier nor the more productive but as for the healthier this is an area that I can give an opinion. The new Prime Minister made his intent clear on legalizing Pot. Legalizing Pot It has been a long time in the making that Canadians want to follow in the footsteps of our American counter-parts. The debates on legalizing Pot are just a few step away from approval. But this only means it will cut down dramatically on the cost of arresting someone with two joints in their pocket. Legalization of Pot does not mean you can simply stand around a corner and smoke an ounce...
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Marijuana’s New Face of Evil

Marijuana’s New Face of Evil Marijuana is well-known over the decades, first as simply an imported illicit substance used by many just to chill out and ‘’be more one with the universe’’. When the risk and cost were such that import became more inaccessible Canadians began to grow their own weed. It was not of the same quality but then certain educated drug users read up on the growing techniques and suddenly hydroponics was born. As the years moved on the weed became more potent and more accessible for pot users and younger potential clients. Then it was found that certain sources lobbied to have marijuana with its mind-altering effects become accepted as a medicinal supplement to aid with certain diagnosed conditions. So now south of the border Marijuana growers are seeing a business opportunity which in not connected to anxiety of arrest at any moment. This then gains popularity with others and soon it is an imported idea in Canada. Pot...
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Marijuana to ‘Shatter’

Marijuana to 'Shatter' To receive immediate help for addiction to Shatter or any other drug please call 1-888-488-8434 and speak with our professional referral counselor, for help with private drug rehab. Shatter in Canada Toronto’s recent discovery of what used to be called Marijuana, pot, ganja, weed, etc. has now been upgraded by vested interest who have created a drug called ‘shatter’. Police in metro Toronto Canada have recently discovered during a drug bust a brittle, caramel colored sticky substance. This drug, called on the streets ‘shatter’, is actually the extracted and highly concentrated active ingredient in Marijuana, THC. The method to extract this ingredient requires clandestine laboratory equipment. Shatter In the US alone within the past year there have been over 30 explosions related to the effort to extract THC from marijuana plants. The recent explosion in Barrie Ontario was related to propane tanks that were suspect in the extraction process to create this so called ‘shatter’ drug. Considering that marijuana joints can have...
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Fentanyl, the New Craze

Fentanyl, the New Craze Just as other Canadian provinces are struggling with their own drug addiction issues, British Columbia is fighting the devastating Fentanyl drug addiction problem. Fentanyl has become a wide spread substitute drug for those seeking some replacement for Oxycodone, Percocet or even Heroin and morphine. In the province of British Columbia alone police have reported over 75 deaths linked to Fentanyl overdose. This drug has no taste and you cannot detect an odor, it is known to be between 50 and 100 times stronger than morphine. The bigger issue is that now other recreational drugs like marijuana, cocaine and even heroin are laced with this medicinal drug. This results in very unpredictable consequences; physical and psychological including death. What is Fentanyl? The drug is used as a narcotic pain management substance. Mainly prescribed after surgery and other medical conditions. Some people have real physical disabilities and require a controlled pain management while other procedures are investigated. When the drug is...
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Opiates, some clarification

Opiates, some clarification If you or someone close is struggling with drug addiction of some sort, please call this toll free number; 1-888-488-8434 and speak with an experienced drug rehab referral counselors who will answer all your questions as best they can. They will propose various options to help you decide how best to deal with someone’s drug or alcohol addiction. Opiate, is not a drug in itself but a term use to describe a drug. The term opiate means: relating to, resembling, or containing opium, in medicine this word describes any of the narcotic drugs found as natural products in the opium poppy plant. It’s any medication as prescribed by a physician, containing opium or its derivative. It’s used in medicine as an aid to induce sleep or to relieve pain. There are thousands of drugs or medications that are classified as opiates. A natural opiate would include; Morphine and codeine. Then there are the semi-synthetic opioids like: Heroin, Oxycodone, hydrocodone,...
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