Humanity has always done its best to find ways to make our lives better and longer. As such, it should not be surprising that the medicine and healthcare industry are rapidly and continuously evolving. From new technologies to new practices, there’s always changes to introduce into to the healthcare industry.
Thanks to the legalization of recreational and medical cannabis in Canada last year, another disruptive trend emerged in the healthcare industry. Now we can expect more Canadian pharmaceutical companies to start producing cannabis-based medications.
What makes Canada’s Cannabis Act such a pivotal turn for the industry is that this nation became the first G7 country to legalize both recreational and medicinal purposes of cannabis. South of the border, the US made major steps towards lessening the hold on the cannabis industry with the provisions for hemp under the Farm Bill.
It seems like the trend across the first world countries is the acceptance of marijuana. As this support for the green movement grows, more people will remove the stigma that surrounds the medically beneficial plant. In the coming years, analysts are expecting more highly-developed countries to follow Canada’s suit.
Of course, the battle for the legalization of marijuana and hemp is not as simple as it looks. There are a lot of issues to consider. One of them concerns the law, as cannabis is still considered a dangerous drug. Then, there are certain side effects that affect your body and brain similar to any other medicine .
These are the reasons that the approval of marijuana in other countries is moving at a turtle’s pace.
One of the best ways to turn non-believers into the opposite is by simply presenting them all there is to know about marijuana. This is why we compiled a list of the most important facts and figures that have been accumulated in recent years and presented it below in a visual, easy-to-digest infographic.
These statistics bare all there is to know about marijuana’s health benefits and why we should support what many call the “green movement”.
Feel free to take a closer look!
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