Medical Cannabis Cannabis, better known as, weed, pot, or marijuana has been used for medical purposes for the better part of human history. The most active and well known compound in cannabis is Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) which causes the main psychedelic effects of marijuana. The little known chemical that is the most used in treating illnesses is Cannabidiol (CBD)only containing about 10% of psychoactive properties found in weed. Although their are hundreds of natural compounds in cannabis these
Marijuana also known as Cannabis, is a drugs that comes from the Cannabis plant. It is intended to be used as medicine. People generally use this drug as a method for relaxation. Those with eating disorders may use the drug to increase their appetite. It also aids with helping mental and physical disorders. After consumption of the marijuana, you will start to feel the effects within minutes. The drug (Marijuana) also has multiple side effects. Some of those side effects include a decrease in short
Both marijuana and alcohol are said to be dangerous, or harmful to our bodies in some shape or form. This is why from a very young age; we are told that to avoid any sort of drug use to avoid ruining our lives. Alcohol is legal across the entire nation, but the legal age limit to consume alcohol is 21 years old. Marijuana however is illegal in the majority of the nation; with 23 states that allow marijuana use for medical purposes and 4 states (Washington, Oregon, Colorado, Alaska) that allow for
prohibiting the use of marijuana it is hard to see why it is needed. There are a few basic reasons why marijuana should be legal, and although there are nay sayers , no one can deny facts. People who try to protest the use of marijuana usually have not done their research on the subject. In this essay, I will present you the facts so you the reader can make your own decisions. When you watch the news there are many stories that involve marijuana use, and violence
Dana Rorabacher’s “My fellow conservatives should protect medical marijuana”, and Andreas Elpidorou’s “The quiet alarm”. Individual claims, audiences, and appeals vary drastically throughout the texts, but as we break them down we begin to uncover similarities between the trio. This analysis will expose techniques, strategies, and evidence while discovering the rhetorical appeals behind each one. The beginning of any thought provoking essay will hook its audience using a form of pathos. “Two of his
uses suggestions and ideas, rather than direct orders. People who are very critical or analytical often struggle with traditional hypnosis, but do well with Ericksonian hypnosis. For example, a therapist may make simple suggestions, like “doesn 't marijuana make you sick to your stomach?” and other allusions to get your mind to react negatively to a situation or impulse. Does It Actually Work? The overabundance of silly stage hypnotists often makes people regard hypnotherapy with suspicion. However
written a reasonable number of reader’s responses? 7.Should there be more tests or fewer tests? Are they too difficult, too easy, or should they be kept the same? 8.What is your suggestion of the proportion between multiple-choice questions and short essay questions? 9.Do you think the grading is consistent? Do you think the comments on your responses help explain your grades? 10.Do you think the online lectures are helpful? Any suggestions?
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