3 edition of marijuana controversy found in the catalog.
Carlton E. Turner
by American Council on Marijuana and Other Psychoactive Drugs in New York, N.Y. (136 E. 64th St., New York 10021)
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 30.
|Statement||by Carlton E. Turner.|
|Contributions||American Council on Marijuana and Other Psychoactive Drugs.|
|LC Classifications||BF209.C3 T87|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||81216231|
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Publisher's Summary This book aims to raise awareness about the controversy of medical marijuana use. It should not be misconstrued as being opposed to, or in favor of the legalization of marijuana either for medical or recreational use. Myriads of books that are out there discuss, and even hype, about its healing properties. The book lays out the case for marijuana's medicinal use — as well as for more research into the drug's long-term effects. "There's a fair amount of science behind it," Casarett says. "Those are.
The Debate Over The Legalization Of Marijuana Words | 4 Pages. address my concern over the legalization of marijuana. The debate over the issue of marijuana and its legalization has been an immensely prevalent one in the nation over several years now. Controversy over Colorado Blue Book One issue under contention is how the amendment might be interpreted with regard to transferral of marijuana to minors over 15 years of age.
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This reviewer is just doing their civic duty by again fear mongering and spreading misinformation about hemp/5(6). Most books about marijuana and medicine attempt to promote the views of advocates or opponents. To fill the gap between these extremes, authors Alison Mack and Janet Joy have extracted critical findings from a recent Institute of Medicine study on this important issue, interpreting them Cited by: Our chief debt as authors of this book is to its predecessor: the Institute of Medicine report, Marijuana and Medicine: Assessing the Science Base.
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Though nine states have legalized cannabis for recreational use (i.e. for getting high), and 29 have legalized it for medical purposes, in Washington, Attorney General Jeff Sessions sees it as a sinister threat. Sessions put this bluntly when he was a senator, saying, “Good people don’t smoke marijuana.”.
For those curious about the worst-case scenario, Alex Berenson has written a short manifesto, “ Tell Your Children: The Truth About Marijuana, Mental Illness, and Violence.” Berenson begins his. Some samples contained concentrations of paraquat that w times higher than the recommended domestic use.
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The controversy surrounding marijuana legalization is quite huge and an immense discussion is required to decide on which path to take. Many states legalized marijuana for medical use while a few states, for instance, Colorado, have streamlined its use for both recreational and medical use. New book ignites debate on health effects of marijuana Author Alex Berenson chose to give his latest book a provocative title, one that played off the film “Tell Your Children” — later.
The author is a psychiatrist who specializes addictions. Considering the book is subtitled "the unbiased truth ", his perspective is primarily focused on addiction issues related to this drug.
He discusses the history of society's use of marijuana and provides context to the controversy associated with the legalization of the drug/5. The debate over the therapeutic benefits of medical marijuana is ongoing.
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An important issue in the debate is how to measure and compare the total harm caused by the prohibition or potential legalization of drugs. For example, many people fear that legalizing drugs would lead to a sharp increase in the number of drug users.
Chapter 5 The Debate over Medical Marijuana. The mere mention of the phrase medical marijuana is enough to get at least two groups of people agitated. There are those who believe marijuana should be accessible to patients whose doctors have recommended cannabis to improve their medical condition.
Pain is the alarm of disease, the symptom that announces that all is not right with our bodies. Whether due to accident or illness, it is the most common reason that people seek medical assistance.
But because pain has many causes, some of which are poorly understood, it is often a vexing problem to treat. There are no truly effective medicines for certain types of pain, and sometimes relief Cited by: 2. Some people suffer from chronic, debilitating disorders for which no conventional treatment brings relief.
Can marijuana ease their symptoms? Would it be breaking the law to turn to marijuana as a medication? There are few sources of objective, scientifically sound advice for people in this situation.
Most books about marijuana and medicine attempt to promote the views of advocates .The Marijuana Controversy The General perspective that society throws on marijuana is that equal to any drug; negative. However, many researchers have found that the effects of marijuana for medicinal purposes can be beneficial to the right patients, as well as the United States government.
States that have legalized marijuana are embolden to defy the federal government by the Constitution's Tenth Amendment, which declares states have authority over any matter that the Constitution has not specified is a matter for the federal government.
That amendment, the last of the Bill of Rights, is central to the debate over whether state's.