But since I use medical cannabis, that is about 45 years, my health budget has been reduced a lot. Cannabis was part of many medication since a long time. Around me, the user of cannabis are indeed in the average more healthy than the user of legal medication. I have stopped to have cold, I have cure in one week a sciatica, and, yes, I am overwhelmed by the benefits of cannabis. I have counted for a long time the number of diseases which can be cured with it, until I see on the net that such listing are known, and ignored, probably for fear by physicians and pharmacists to lose their job. I am not sure. In the USA even non psychedelic hemp has been made illegal, when it is actually a plant with many nutritive quality. Then I have followed closely the discoveries, made and remade of its highly promising help in the treatment of cancer.<quoted text>LOL..you nuts dude. We made booze legal and how is that working out? They still drive drunk and cause deaths. Now you want all drugs legal? lol..you nuts. Why do you lie so much about pot? You make it sound like it's actually healthy for you. Do you have glaucoma?
So, well, yes, I believe that cannabis can be good for you. As any medication, some abuse can be problematic, but then, again, you have to compare with abuse of other drugs, like alcohol, tobacco, tranquilizers, and then you see that cannabis leads to a far less problematical form of abuse. Cannabis is not alone, in the quasi-miraculous medication. Salvia divinorum and Tabernanthe iboga are quite efficacious too, for a large variety of health problems, notably addiction to drugs (like alcoholism, tobacco abuse, heroin addiction, etc.). I don't want to discourage the synthetic pharmacology to continue to compete with nature, but not by unfair law propelled by greed. The government has no business to tell me what is good or bad for me and my family.