Marijuana: Illegal Drug or Medical Marvel?
Legalization of Marijuana, also known as cannabis sativa, is highly logical in a day where alcohol and tobacco products, (although restricted by age) are available to millions of people every day. Marijuana is being used illegally by many Americans today of all ages. Before the 1960s, many Americans had never heard of marijuana, but today it is the most used illegal drug in the country. Marijuana legalization groups such as the Physician's Association for AIDS Care and National Lymphoma Foundation argue that marijuana should be legalized in order to treat terminally ill patients. Among them are AIDS victims who find that marijuana stimulates their appetites so they can fight off dangerous emaciation. Glaucoma sufferers who have used marijuana said it has prevented them from going blind, and cancer patients claim that it alleviates the severe nausea that often accompanies chemotherapy.
Many advocates who are pro marijuana complain that morphine and cocaine are legal and are very dangerous drugs, which brings up the question: Why not legalize marijuana as a medical drug?
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