This eye-opening infographic poses the question: ‘Should Cannabis Be Legalized?’ The information presented below, put together by Cannabis Seeds, collates stats on projected tax revenue benefits, current annual cannabis use in the UK, survey statistics and more to paint a picture of a nation which might soon start to see some reforms come into effect.
After years of prohibition, residents of Colorado and Washington recently voted to legalize marijuana for recreational use. With this, more and more people are realizing the socioeconomic benefits of both decriminalizing and legalizing marijuana, leading to economic growth and an increase in tax revenue that eventually will be used to supplement our educational system.
How many teens are smoking pot? Find out who’s toking in this infographic. It also includes information about the real harms of marijuana, including the long term effects of smoking pot, especially on the brain after adolescent initiation of use (weed affects IQ). And a short section on how to intervene with teenagers in order to address drug abuse problems.
Every 37 seconds someone in the United States is arrested for marijuana possession. 55% of Americans believe that the drug, that has never been a primary cause of death, should be legalized, taxed, and regulated like alcohol. What do you think?
There are 2.5 million registered users of medical marijuana in the United States. Check out the following infographic from InsuranceQuotes.com to learn more interesting facts about marijuana in America.
To legalize or not to legalize? This is becoming more and more of a hot topic throughout our nation. Check out the following infographic published by myRight to learn about where marijuana laws stand across the United States.
Marijuana is Commonly known as chronic,pot or harsh and is consumed either by eating,smoking or by soaking it in tea. Whether the human body is exposed to this plant in small or large quantities, side effects are a sure fall out. Side effects of using Marijuana vary from the simple increase in appetite to much graver threats like lung cancer. Let us explore in the infographic below by Test Country what marijuana is capable of doing to the human body.
The following infographic by TimberPress releases a timeline of the history of Marijuana in the United States based on the book, Super-Charged: How Outlaws, Hippies, and Scientists Reinvented Marijuana by Jim Rendon.
Everyone has their own view on marijuana. However, whether you partake in using the illegal substance or not, for the people that do, you might want to keep reading. Appearantly vaporizing marijuana is better for you than smoking. Check out this infographic presented by Weedmaps to learn more.
The Internet has been having a lot of fun with weed over the last year, and WeedMaps hopes to contribute with their new infographic. The Top 10 Greatest “Hits” explores different strains and uses of medicinal marijuana.