With the current momentum surrounding the use of the cannabis plant, there is a great deal of information that continues to pour out onto internet about the plant. There are some amazing facts but even more misconceptions.
To kill the lies and expose the truth, we thought to bring to you some of the most amazing facts we guess you didn’t know about cannabis. Sit back, relax, read and enjoy!
You may have heard the debates, been in some yourself but we guess you didn’t know that the legal cannabis is the fastest growing industry in the whole of North America today.
Since 2015, the cannabis industry has continued to witness a sustained growth. The recent legalization for recreational use of the drug in Canada and the prospects of California has lead to an even greater upsurge in the industry, leading analyst to predict that the industry in a short time could surpass the North American food market industry in terms of size and capitalization.
Sounds funny but it seems with cannabis, the world works in reverse. our guess is that you didn’t know that from 1850 to 1942, cannabis was listed in the United States Pharmacopoeia as a useful medicine for nausea, rheumatism, and labor pains and was easily obtained at the local general store or pharmacy.
And that both George Washington and Thomas Jefferson were known farmers of the plant, ably supported by the British Imperial government.
Someone would have to smoke over 1,500 pounds of marijuana within about 15 minutes to die of a lethal overdose. In other words, dying from a weed overdose is nearly impossible.
Cannabis seeds were used as a food source in China as early as 6000 B.C. Cannabis seeds are a source of all amino acids and they are one of only a handful of substances that man can sustain off indefinitely with no other food and provide all known amino acids.
There are Cannabis vending machines called “ZaZZ” in Seattle, Washington. These machines vend out cannabis in exchange for coins or cash as federal law doesn’t allow the purchase of cannabis with debit or credit card.
Uruguay was the first country to legalize the use of cannabis and Canada is largest to have done the same. Paraguay takes the top spot of the largest producers of the drug in the world today.
Several studies have indicated that both alcohol and smoking are more harmful than cannabis. In fact, the smoking of cannabis causes far less harm than other “hard” drugs, such as cocaine and heroin.
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