Yes to the question, Is Cannabis legal in Canada, or at least by the time of my posting it will be legal (Oct. 17). Some of the general public can hardly wait. Legalizing the pot industry will bring most of these smokers out of the closet, not like they need to be, they have been doing it forever anyway. The people can just do it legally now.
The marijuana industry is gearing up, all the stores are ready to open. One hundred and fifteen or so pot producers in Canada are spending money like they already have it. They, like our government, are expecting a major economic win fall.
Morbid topic, but this is true no less.
An upstanding person as I am, do not partake in such activities. . . but, “Is it even safe to smoke?” You know they banned cigarettes because scientifically it’s proven that it’s bad for your health, breathing in all those chemicals. Their reasoning is sound, all the chemicals and the oils/nicotine from smoking cigarettes just clogged up the blood vessels in your lungs. If that happens then the oxygen supply to the brain or body has been reduced and will and can just create a lot of health problems.
SO WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?
How many times have you heard that quotation? “Smoking is bad for you” Now, this is coming from a person that knows virtually nothing about the body’s anatomy. But as an ordinary person, outside the box looking in, I still have to wonder if any research was done on the long-term effects of smoking cannabis, pot. So you still have to see it at face value.
Is Cannabis OK to smoke?
Cannabis in most parts gets smoked, inhaled, and still goes into your bloodstream through your lungs. As a matter of fact, the same way as smoking cigarettes. It’s bad enough that you have to breathe polluted air, but the oils from cannabis should surely work the same way over time as nicotine.
Just saying. Could I be right?
Now, a new law has been passed in legalizing pot in Canada, and I’m totally amazed that articles on the health and welfare of smoking pot are few and far between.
But going back to my lung theory and the nicotine plugged blood vessels in your lungs, and now Cannabis plugging the arteries/blood vessels with Cannabis oil.
I don’t see a difference.
Canada is Open For Business
Doctors/physicians are staying relatively quiet on the issue of marijuana. The cancer society is not addressing any concerns about smoking pot, so I wonder, why do I see a difference? I’m far from being a medical practitioner or an expert in the field. It just makes sense.
On a lighter note:
Our government made it law and by making it law, they put a lot of our citizens on a cloud without even lighting a match to a joint. Some people are ecstatically happy in most part with the new law. “Well, maybe not all”.
The younger groups call them, “doobies” so,
I better get with the lingo, I’m assuming pot will be around long after I’m gone, so I better get used to the talk, Eh!
Let’s see if I got this right.
MARIJUANA is the same as Cannabis which is the same as —-
∞ Marijuana sticks.
∞ Big fatties
∞ Sticky Icky
My all-time favorite,
∞ ” WACKY-TaBACCIE”
And the list goes on?
If anybody can think of any other colorful names, please let me know. I want to be accurate.
“I mean, cool when I’m asking for some over the counter.”
Our brothers to the south, better beware.
There will be one big cloud over Canada for a while, and it won’t be from a forest fire. It will be that fine Canadian aroma. Eh!
From the movie Cheech and Chong – Up in Smoke, MY all-time favorite.
Adding insult to injury, they make rope out of hemp/weed?
You’re probably saying “this Canadian is already on some bad stuff” eh! — WEED