Treating Autism with Cannabis. But isn’t Marijuana terribly dangerous and addictive?

If you’re busy, the short answer is “No, not particularly.”

If that still leaves you with niggling suspicions about phantom epidemia waiting to explode, there are plenty of good sceptic websites which do a very fine job of clearing away those mythical cobwebs left by the prohibitionist propaganda elves of yesteryear.

Alternet discusses how cannabis laws drive people to the more dangerous options – legal alcohol and tobacco.

If there is any danger from THC, it’s almost always reduced by upping the ratio of CBD to THC in the medication.

[Edit: Lest we forget the legal alternatives]


About cannabisforautism

An Ashtanga Yoga teacher, dedicated to improving the health and welfare of those involved in mental health issues, substance use or homelessness. I am also striving to put an end to the perception of the substance user as someone who makes incorrect choices. Striving for a world where there are no 'drug abusers' or 'addicts', just substance users with health concerns and sometimes financial and legal confounds. It is possible to use many substances and still remain happier and healthier than your peers. The notion that a substance user must become unhealthier as time goes by is false. I hope you enjoy reading my blog. It's about autism treatments and a few other odds and ends. Thank you and take care, Jules
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