Lowering health risks of cannabis use with new public health guidelines: Evidence-based recommendations endorsed by Canadian medical and public health organizations — ScienceDaily

Posted: June 24, 2017 in Uncategorized

Canada’s Lower-Risk Cannabis Use Guidelines, released with the endorsement of key medical and public health organizations, provide 10 science-based recommendations to enable cannabis users to reduce their health risks. The guidelines are based on a scientific review by an international team of experts.

Source: Lowering health risks of cannabis use with new public health guidelines: Evidence-based recommendations endorsed by Canadian medical and public health organizations — ScienceDaily

Well, I began reading this expecting to issue another bullshit alert, but I have to agree that the bullet points in the linked paper are reasonable, and most of it is common sense.  I agree that kids have no business getting high and buzzed driving is NOT a good thing.  I am less fearful of concentrates because, like vodka, you don’t go chugging it like lite beer– you simply ingest less.  I also like my lungs for breathing air, not smoke, so my preferred method of ingestion is in edibles, accurately marked with dosage information– my virgin dose is 30mg THC after absention, up to about 120mg after chronic use for a few months.  Users should know their dosages, because exceeding them is not fun.

Anyway, reasonable article.  I recommend reading the referenced article.

AuntieBS

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