This infographic contends that legalizing marijuana would have positive economic effects, lowering law enforcement costs and generating tax revenues. Ending the prohibition on pot would also have a favorable social impact by curtailing teen drug use and reducing the prison population. Check out their infographic below for the supporting statistics and references.
How is everyone doing? It has officially been one week since 4/20. Have you guys recovered yet? I am still getting over our trip to Denver. Amazing times. All of the talk about 4/20 really got me thinking about what 4/20 actually means. I had planned on making a post on it but I saw [...]
Can it be, Greenies? We spent fourteen years carving their effigies into the granite of Mount Rushmore, yet we’re all but oblivious to our founding fathers’ enlightened fondness for marijuana.
Here is a very interesting infographic compiled by our friends at Medical Billing and Coding. You hear some people talk about marijuana being a gateway drug but I personally have never heard of any stories of people starting out with weed and going to bath salts. If your friends offer you bath salts, make sure [...]
I have heard different school of thought on whether or not to vaporize your marijuana. Despite running HMJ, I have limited experience with vaping myself. I have used two vaporizers. One was a wooden box shaped vaporizer similar to this one. The second one was concentrates out of a vape pen similar to this one. [...]
It’s hard to glance at a magazine cover in the grocery store without seeing a headline about so-and-so celebrity in rehab. You also hear references to alcohol or drugs in popular music, even if now you don’t even notice. Are these references really as prevalent as we think? Look at where substance references are popping [...]
Via: Newport Academy Though I love weed, I never encourage those of you who are under 18 to use it. Your minds have not fully developed yet and mixing something as powerful as weed can alter your thought process. Wait until you are older, it will be so much better. Anyway, here is a cool [...]
Via: Rehab Info By 1998, about 60% of arrests for drug offenses in Portugal were for possession and use — most were not for sales of drugs, where the problem lay. Overcrowded jails and the price of incarceration versus treatment are just a couple of reasons why a country might consider decriminalizing drugs. Other motivations [...]