What will the future of marijuana look like?

“What will the future of marijuana look like?”

What a terrific question!

It’s going to be like this…

When the corporate funded Cannabis prohibition is over, it will be like the dawning of a whole new day! A new Era of Peace and Love and Healing!

Here’s what we have now …


How is everyone enjoying this?

So, cannabis can be used for almost every condition, it even heals things, a claim few pharmaceutical products can make.

Cannabis is the most medically active plant on the planet, still wondering about the “War of Drugs”, more like the “War on Health” and the Wars for even more Corporate Profits and life-long, guaranteed repeat customers. Here’s your answer-

So Cannabis can help with almost every imaginable condition

Thousands of Cannabis Studies

In the future, in our more enlightened, fair less corrupt society, we no longer hear about places like Ferguson and thousands of black families have fathers since we finally acknowledged in our own growth that the “War on Drugs” began largely as a war against blacks.

Excerpted from Wikipedia tells us War on Drugs

Sentencing disparities

In 1986, the U.S. Congress passed laws that created a 100 to 1 sentencing disparity for the possession or trafficking of crack when compared to penalties for trafficking of powder cocaine,

which had been widely criticized as discriminatory against minorities, mostly blacks, who were more likely to use crack than powder cocaine.

This 100:1 ratio had been required under federal law since 1986.

Persons convicted in federal court of possession of 5 grams of crack cocaine received a minimum mandatory sentence of 5 years in federal prison. On the other hand, possession of 500 grams of powder cocaine carries the same sentence.

In 2010, the Fair Sentencing Act cut the sentencing disparity to 18:1.

According to Human Rights Watch, crime statistics show that—in the United States in 1999—compared to non-minorities, African Americans were far more likely to be arrested for drug crimes, and received much stiffer penalties and sentences.

Statistics from 1998 show that there were wide racial disparities in arrests, prosecutions, sentencing and deaths. African-American drug users made up for 35% of drug arrests, 55% of convictions, and 74% of people sent to prison for drug possession crimes.

Nationwide African-Americans were sent to state prisons for drug offenses 13 times more often than other races, even though they only supposedly comprised 13% of regular drug users.

So, in the future, after enlightenment and legalization, the future looks incredible!

It’s a place where people have started to care for one another, they realize that we are all connected.

People all over the world are awaking every single day to this beautiful, this hope filled future with endless possibilities!

Our pharmacies look like this

People once robbed of life and getting it back

Cannabis protects you from cancer and, cannabis kills cancer without surgery, or chemo, or radiation, no doubt conventional medicine has found cannabis helps and are trying to get on the cannabis band-wagon! Yes it does help and it does not cause cancer, like conventional treatments so our health-care facilities are becoming that, places of caring and health, not sickness management institutions, guided by “science” based on nothing short of fraud

Meet Dr Ranjit Chandra, NOT convicted LIAR, still published?

So the billions we aren’t spending on the Prison-Industrial Complex and War on Freedom and the War on Cancer and the War on Diabetes and the War on Peace and Humanity, can go to healing the planet on all levels, since, cannabis and it’s non-psychoactive cousin hemp really can do most anything.

Barb Kueber’s answer to What are the uses for hemp?


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