We knew it would happen eventually, but we didn’t know it would happen so fast. It’s inevitable that the marijuana industry would become the new norm. It just has to be that way. It only makes sense. With marijuana picking up steam, more people will gain the courage to open up an MMJ business. It’s risky business right now, but it’s becoming the new norm.
The People Have Spoken
We have witnessed the not so good outcome of the pharmaceutical monopoly we’ve had to deal with and we’re not a fan of it. Here at Health Care Drug, we believe that cannabis is for the healing of the nation.
When you look at the research and the facts, it’s clear that it is a legitimate medicine. It can do things that no pharmaceutical drug will ever be able to do. Look at the image on the right and you’ll see a list of ailments that marijuana can effectively treat.
A lot of people have reported feeling relief from various ailments. We did not make this list up. it came from drugpolicy.org. Visit their site and you’ll learn a lot of new things about cannabis. I learn something new every time I visit. We will never know all of the wonderful benefits that marijuana offers. It’s just too vast of a plant to know everything about it.
As long as we keep conducting good research and have a never-ending appetite for knowledge, the truth will continue to peak its head out to say hello.
War On Drugs Lost
The war on drugs is far from over, but it has already been lost. The writing is on the wall. It will take years for the federal government to admit this, but it’s obvious.The amount of money that the government has spent in an effort to police marijuana and other drugs is absolutely absurd.
According to FoxNews, the US has spent over $1 trillion of our tax money to enforce their corrupt laws. Why? It has a lot to do with our current political structure. Some prisons are private and they have lobbying power. They spend millions of dollars every year lobbying against the legalization of marijuana.
That is just one of the reasons we’re still in this horrible position, but it’s not the reason we got here. It all started back when Nixon decided that he wanted to rule with an iron fist, but we’ll save that story for another day.
After 40 years, $1 trillion tax dollars spent, and hundreds of thousands of lives ruined or lost, what are we left with? A drug-free America? Not even close. Drugs are on the streets more now than ever. The war on drugs has been an epic fail. I’m glad it has been a failure. Now that the government realizes that they can’t beat us, they have to join us. That is why we’re seeing a rise in cannabis businesses even though marijuana is still illegal at a federal level. That is the weirdness that is our government. Things can be illegal and legal in the same place at the same time.
Businesses Popping Up Everywhere
All kinds of cannabis companies are starting to pop up. I’ve seen everything from new dispensaries to cannabis software companies. You name it, I’ve seen it. I’ve even thought about starting one myself. I decided not to start a dispensary for a few years. I want to let the dust settle a little first. I’m appreciative for all the brave souls who have gone before me and are currently blazing the path for our citizens. We are forever indebted to you.
I am going a different route. I decided to become an affiliate. I joined several marijuana affiliate programs and have been enjoying the online cannabis market. It’s big, but the in person dispensaries make more money. I will start one eventually, but I don’t have the risk tolerance for it right now. If you accidentally don’t follow one of the strict guidelines, you will get raided by the FBI and will be behind bars.
With cannabis businesses becoming more mainstream, it’s only a matter of time before the federal government is forced to legalize marijuana nationwide. How would it look if over half of the states legalized medicinal or recreational marijuana but the federal government still hasn’t legalized it? That doesn’t sound like a government that represents its citizens very well. It would be a huge blemish on the image our government likes to portray and they’d be forced to legalize cannabis.
The benefits of marijuana are just too plentiful for this miracle plant to stay illegal forever. In time, we will be able to freely use nature’s best medicine.