New study: We should stop fighting marijuana legalization and concentrate on alcohol and tobacco instead
In comparison with other recreational drugs — including alcohol — cannabis may be even safer than what we have once thought. And investigators may be systematically misjudged the caliber of risks in relation with alcohol use.
The findings of current research published in the journal of Scientific Reports, a subsidiary of Nature. Researchers we tasked to quantify the risk of death in correlation with the use of various commonly used substances. They discovered per capita the deadliest drugs and the findings were that alcohol was by far the deadliest substance (responsible for close to 90,000 deaths annually), tobacco being the leading cause of preventable death and sequentially heroin and cocaine which are far less.
As you may of suspected, around 114 times safer in comparison to alcohol we find weed. Researchers ran calculations comparing fatal doses in conjunction with typical dosages and found that marijuana is the sole drug labeled with low mortality risk.
This reinforces about a decade of drug-safety rankings developed 10 years ago using more or less consistent methods. In conclusion, the study reaffirms what you would expect. There is much national and international debate over the legality of marijuana and risks associated with its use, the study couldn’t of come at a better time given the current political climate and global paradigm shift in thinking worldwide.
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