Cannabis, trick or treat?
Cannabis is good or bad for health? That is an extremely controversial medical field.
But there is no doubt that it gives high income, which also makes the problem a minefield.
There is no controversy in the fact that marijuana gives good money. That is why marijuana luxury tourism expands discreetly under the protection of legalization.
Tourism and cannabis
In one of the countries that has approved the use of cannabis, Canada, increasingly operates a type of hiking that includes smoke among welfare services.
According to forecasts, Canadians could spend $ 5.19 billion in marijuana trade in 2019.
Canadian press recently reported that since October 17, the Canadian Kush Tours in Toronto has organized more than a dozen private tours, ranging from smoke tours of luxurious steam rooms to a cannabis wedding bar for about $ 2,225.
One of the entrepreneurs said that cannabis tourism will be an important healthy part of the tourism industry which has not yet adopted cannabis,
They already promote tourist packages at different prices for different people.
Tourists are more likely to spend more, or splurge, while on vacation, and personalized experiences are modern trends in the current tourism market.
Other Canadian tour operators have seen their reservations grow since legalization last year, especially luxury ones.
A disturbing result
Meanwhile, several National Academies of Science and Medicine worldwide have investigated marijuana, focused on its supposed benefits or adverse effects.
A disturbing result has been that it is believed that the daily consumption of marijuana exacerbates the existing symptoms of bipolar disorder among people who have this mental health problem.
However, it is stated that only limited evidence exists in this regard.
As a welfare, the studies seem to reflect that marijuana, or products that contain cannabinoids are effective in relieving chronic pain.
Another large number of studies have found negative associations between marijuana use and health.
For example, there is moderate evidence to suggest that regular marijuana users are more likely to experience suicidal thoughts, and there is a risk of depression among marijuana users.
Although there is no evidence to suggest a link between the use of marijuana and an increased risk for most cancers, some evidence of an increased risk for the subtype of slow-growing seminal testicular cancer has been found.
It is described as likely that marijuana use increases the risk of psychosis, including schizophrenia.
It is also feared that regular marijuana use is related to an increased risk of chronic cough, but “it is not clear” whether smoking marijuana worsens lung function or increases the risk of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or asthma.
Cannabis legalization activated alarms.
Scientists worldwide have alarms activated over the legal expansion of marijuana following other clues about the welfare and adverse effects of the grass.
And that is why most of them ask for caution.
However some tourist industries around the world see money at the end of the road and that is an attraction difficult to overcome.
According to Wikipedia, the countries that have legalized the medical use of cannabis include Australia, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, Cyprus, Finland, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Luxembourg, Northern Macedonia, Norway, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Peru, Poland and Thailand.
In the United States, 33 states and the District of Columbia have legalized the medical use of cannabis, but at the federal level its use is prohibited for any reason.