Nature’s Gifts: Medicinal Marijuana

Depending on which political and religious group you’re referring to, marijuana has benefits and drawbacks. The bottom line is that marijuana is a plant that is cultivated and developed by Mother Nature herself. It can be disastrous to one’s body, mind, and cognition ability if neglected, misused, or overused; but, when used properly, it can heal many illnesses such as fear or nervousness, anorexia, discomfort, nausea, and vomiting, to name a few. read the article on this topic.

For decades, Indians (those born in the Americas, not the nation India) have used cannabis for medicinal purposes. It was used in cooking, drinking, and even certain ointments to be rubbed on insect bites or stings, as well as wounds from daily contact with mother nature. It’s important to note that marijuana isn’t a harmful, intoxicating drug that harms our bodies; rather, it can be used for a variety of therapeutic purposes. There are many books and websites dedicated to natural medicine that include recipes for these medicines, which are extremely useful if you have access to the necessary ingredients.

Some states in the United States have recently decided to legalise medical marijuana, but they have also developed loopholes that can put you in significant legal trouble if you have more than a certain amount of it. There are several theories and conspiracies as to why this is the case. Some claim it’s because the government can’t find out how to regulate its growth and production as it can with alcohol and tobacco, while others believe it’s because it’s truly harmful to the body. Don’t get me wrong: there are some drawbacks to using marijuana for recreational purposes, such as being less coherent and quick to respond, overeating, and intense exhaustion. Since we live in such a fast-paced environment, using marijuana as a recreational substance can help to mitigate the effects of life’s fast-paced merry-go-round.

It’s difficult to talk openly about marijuana use with government officials because of the legal complications; but, we the people have the ability to understand the true essence of Nature’s Gifts and medicines and battle for the right to use them. Marijuana is statistically less detrimental to our culture than alcohol and tobacco, which have similar effects on the general population when consumed separately.

Our country has come a long way in somewhat legalising the use of medical marijuana, and it is up to us to keep moving forward, as it is our right, nay, our responsibility, as American citizens, to enact social change.