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Should cannabis be legalised for medical use in the UK?
Cannabis should be legalised for medical use in the UK.
Humans have an
. Basically we are designed to receive cannabinoids as cures.
Overwhelming scientific research supports the beneficial medical effects of using cannabis.
Legalisation could ensure the safe and regulated procurement of the substance, mitigating the negative effects of a black market.
Legalisation for medical use enables greater tax revenue and additional jobs through introduction of a linked industry.
It is already legal under monopoly
licence to GW Pharma
. Legalising it would remove their ability to price gouge.
Cannabis should be legalised to help raise taxes and make it so as people can access it's health benefits.
Cannabis is already legal for medicinal use in other places. The UK should not be different.
The cannabis industry is one of the most gender inclusive industries going, and one of the first industry to shatter the glass ceiling in the US.
It should be up to the individual to decide whether the risk is worth taking.
There is no reason to legalise whole cannabis plant when individual cannabinoids can be more accurately dosed.
Cannabis has harmful effects on people's health.
Cannabis has been proven to have very negative impacts on a person's learning abilities.
Legalising for medical purposes will encourage wider use.
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