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Kare Ngugi
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UN removing Marijuana from the dangerous substances list. What do we think?

The UN removed weed from the list of most dangerous substances like Heroin. I was taken back by this because I wouldn’t necessarily categorize them together at all. But, I don’t particularly have a good experience with weed and the toll it took on my brain.
‘The particular classification is a subgroup of Category I, in that a substance is considered to be “highly addictive and highly liable for abuse,” but also “particularly harmful and of extremely limited medical or therapeutic value.”’ A Nation article.
There’s a group of people who weed works for, granted we all have our poisons. This is what weed was doing to me:
Hypersensitivity- I am already a very anxious person. So I became overly paranoid and needed to analyze any situation because I always assumed I was in danger. It got so bad I quit my job at Two Rivers because I thought the CID were following me. I had had an interaction with a very sketchy fellow so I guess it wasn’t entirely baseless.
Forgetting stuff: Thoughts would just disappear from my head. I could barely finish a sentence, or remember a book I read etc
Dependency: As an insomniac, I loved that weed helped me sleep. But then it became so I can’t sleep at all without taking any.
Just to mention a few.
I’m curious to know, what’s your weed experience? And how do you take this news, what does it mean for countries that have legalized it? Will more countries follow suit?

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  1. They have exposed the youth to a very dangerous drug since the measures that were implemented against it before will be reduced. This has made many countries in the world to see it as not so harmful.

    They have exposed the youth to a very dangerous drug since the measures that were implemented against it before will be reduced. This has made many countries in the world to see it as not so harmful.

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  1. This changes the way everyone reasons around the topic of marijuana. We should expect a rise in the cases of abuse for the substance.

    This changes the way everyone reasons around the topic of marijuana. We should expect a rise in the cases of abuse for the substance.

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