I have a friend who doesn’t use pot or cannabis, and she says I am the only one who doesn’t. I have the same kind of friend who goes through a lot of issues with weed and then has to deal with the same issues with pot. My friend would never tell me to not pot cbd.
I have a friend that goes through a lot of issues with pot and then has to deal with the same issues with weed. My friend would never tell me not to pot cbd.
My friend is no different. She uses pot to help her deal with anxiety, but pot is not the issue. It is cannabis, and she doesnt want to have to deal with the same issues with pot. She just wants to be able to say she didnt use pot, but she did.
I know, that seems like a lot of pressure. I know that it is, and I understand that it can be. But to some people, it is just one more reason to smoke pot. To others, it is the worst thing that ever happened to them. My friend has gone down that road with it. Some of her friends have gone down the same road, and I know that it is getting worse as a result.
I think there is a fine line to walk in order to make cannabis easier to use. For those who want to go down the easier route, the government could allow for medical marijuana use. There are some legitimate uses for cannabis that are allowed, like medical purposes, so the government could create a program allowing for this. But I dont think that weed should be regulated or taxed like alcohol. In fact, the government could make pot difficult to find.
Yes, because pot is harder to obtain. The most common method of getting pot is through the illegal market, which is a dangerous one. In any event, there are some legitimate ways of using it legally, and I am not a huge fan of the government forcing all of us to smoke pot.
I agree but I am not a fan of the government creating an addictive substance that causes people to use it as a habit. The same goes for alcohol and gambling. That said, I do like the idea of legalizing weed. It would open up a new door for us to use it and it would be a good thing. But for now, I just want to say that it is legal in all states to own a pipe and a cup of coffee, but it is not legal to buy pot.
I’m not making any moral or ethical points about pot. As a matter of fact, there is a whole lot of stuff that goes on about pot. For example, I’ve never really thought about how to get rid of it (using it as a habit), but I think I could get it to work. But it is no fun to get it to work with a toxic substance.
When it comes to the pot-cbd case, the only person who can get rid of it is the person who does it and if they don’t make it clear how they would do it. I know it would be a waste of time to take out a cup of coffee, but the fact that we’re working on this is that it is a waste of time.
It’s the same with pot. There are a lot of people who want to use it and have tried to eliminate the problem with toxic substances, but the people who are using it are just lazy and don’t want to make the effort (as opposed to the lazy people who are using it, but are not making the effort to take it out). It’s like the pot-cbd case.