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Whether you were a pothead in college, enjoy an occasional toke, or are straight-laced and never touch the stuff, you’ve probably taken part in at least one debate about medical marijuana. Recently, during a girls’ night out, my fellow ladies and I somehow got onto this subject. What struck me as funny listening to everyone opine about the issue was not so much which side they were on, it was the fact that we were debating it over cocktails. So here we were saying whether or not someone with a serious illnesses should be allowed to get high when we were in fact getting high ourselves. Kind of ironic, I thought. More
Medical marijuana is legal in some states, but federal laws and state laws are still at odds over the issue. According to a recent article in Fortune magazine, over half of U.S. states have legalized or are considering legalizing the medical use of pot, but the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, National Institute of Drug Abuse, and U.S. Food and Drug Administration all say that marijuana doesn’t have a currently accepted medical use. In the past, this meant that providers were subject to raids by the federal government, and couldn’t use state laws to defend their crimes in court, but under a new act signed by Obama in February, the federal government is no longer able to perform raids on state dispensaries. The Fortune article focuses on the business side of legalizing pot, but we want to know: Do you think it should be legal?
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Ganja and yoga go together like chocolate and peanut butter, or PB&J, or brownies and pot. And, while smoking weed is still taboo in most states across the U.S., a few cannabis-loving yogis are beginning to publicize their smoke-filled classes. Some yoga experts say that getting high prior to a class is harmful, but others can see how getting baked may help you connect with your body more intensely and enhance the whole experience.
So would you try ganja yoga? (either part) More