8 Things to Know about Legal Marijuana

Hooray! Pot is kind of legal.
People who’ve never been high are suddenly wondering how much an eighth really is. And those that could spot an eighth of weed from across a room can now, in some places, walk into a store and buy it. (Try Mary Mart, Bud Commander or the Happy Crop Shoppe — all stores in Washington.)

But rules are still hazy about where you can buy pot and who can smoke. It gets more complicated for those who want to sell it.
Here’s what you need to know.

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1. Anyone over 21 can buy marijuana in Colorado, Washington and Oregon.
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Their ever-growing popularity has led many to learn more.
It’s been legal to buy pot in Colorado and Washington for more than a year. It became legal to buy in Oregon in October 2015. Medical Marijuana and Cancer: How “Marijuana” Helps the Body Heal
2. You can smoke it legally in Alaska and Washington D.C., as long as you’re older than 21. But it won’t be legal to buy it in those states until lawmakers hammer out the details. Marijuana Legalization State Laws vs. Federal Laws — What you need to Know

3. No one can smoke weed in public, anywhere. IMG_3953

4. Medical marijuana is legal in 24 states, and D.C. Medical Marijuana and Cancer:Helps the Body Heal

 

5.You can still be fired for smoking marijuana.
Even if you show up for work stone cold sober, you can be fired for flunking a drug test in most states.
6. There is actually one government-run pot store.
The profits from a shop in Washington State called Cannabis Corner will go to special city projects, like upgrading the local playground. Marijuana Tea for Chronic Illnesses and Pain
7. There’s still a black market for pot, even where it’s legal.
That’s because it’s cheaper. Pot sold legally in stores is taxed heavily. In Colorado the rate is about 28%. Medical Marijuana do you need to try a different Strain?
8. Banking is still a huge problem for pot shops.

Pot is illegal on the federal level, which means many shops can’t get bank accounts, since banks are regulated by the feds. Retailers have to pay employees and taxes in cash, which makes the business dangerous. But legislation has been proposed to make banking easier for medical marijuana sellers.

 

CBD Oil as an alternative:

CB7FFD4F-1B0D-4AB5-BF2B-A9103B05BAF6CBD Oil has been studied for its use as an anti-cancer agent. It appears to block cancer cells from spreading and invading an area in the body entirely. CBD Oil suppress’ the growth of cancer cells and promotes the death of these cells.

Researchers also note CBD Oil may help in cancer treatment due to its low toxicity levels. CBD Oil Will it help you? What is it?

Patients with chronic anxiety are often told to avoid cannabis, as THC can trigger or amplify anxiety and paranoia in some people. However, a study suggests CBD may help reduce anxiety felt by people with certain anxiety disorders.

The researchers point to studies showing that CBD may reduce anxiety behaviors in disorders like; post-traumatic stress disorder, general anxiety disorder, panic disorders, social anxiety disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. CBD Oil has not been shown to have any adverse side-effects to date, and the researchers want to study it as a potential treatment method. CBD Oil Testimonial (the people who actually take it tell you what it does)

CAUTION!! If you have a job or other circumstance that requires you to drug test use CBD Oil with little to no THC! THC will show on a drug test. This CBD Oil however, does NOT contain any THC!! This makes it the perfect choice for those who want to give it try to see if it’s healing benefits work for them (I’ve never had anyone that did not see positive benefits), without the risk of showing positive for Marijuana on a drug screen.

For More Information on CBD Oil or To Purchase CBD Oil: GO HERE
Original article by: Katie Lobosco
November 3, 2015

http://money.cnn.com/2015/04/13/news/pot-marijuana-facts/

 

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