How Canadians reacted to the legalization of marijuana

How Canadians reacted to the legalization of marijuana

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Therefore, six months later, talking with the same Canadian guys, I asked them to bring marijuana (I was extremely afraid to ask, I thought the police would be called), but in the end they also invited me to a party and calmly shared the joint with me. Of course, I was nervous, because I thought I could start a panic, hallucinations, or some uncontrollable state. In fact, my body just relaxed a lot and I began to smile, that there was no horror, as was written in many sources, and after my friend’s phrase “So, do you think it’s better than vodka?”

I laughed. And in general, he had fun and laughing that evening. With us, many people like to describe the state of marijuana as “high”. In fact, I believe that “under the high” you feel under the influence of synthetic drugs. Under marijuana, it’s just a relaxed state. We, when intoxicated, do not say that we are “high”. But from somewhere there is such a stereotype in our countries, apparently the anti-propaganda of the media about marijuana makes itself felt. Waking up in the morning, I did not feel a single side effect. I calmly woke up as if nothing had happened and felt great (which is not true, for example, about a hangover). You can say on this day, I completely changed the idea of ​​marijuana. I began to dig even more information and came to the conclusion that for my 22-year-old organism, smoking marijuana once a week would not turn into anything (including brain cells), unlike drinking the same alcohol. As we all know, soon, marijuana will officially be legalized in Canada, and judging by the comments in the social. networks, most people in the Russian-speaking community in Canada are very unhappy about this.

As a matter of fact, this is exactly what prompted me to start a similar blog on the Vancouver site, since It is very popular, and I hope many will read my post. A little later, I will write a separate post with my thoughts on the legalization of marijuana in Canada, but now I want to point out something important. For 11.5 years of smoking marijuana, I have never noticed and did not closely encounter similar effects from smoking (which are indicated in some studies, and of course in numerous comments in social networks): With this I’ll finish my post and look forward to many hot comments, especially in social. networks. I would be grateful if you ask your questions in the comments below on this site and generally express your opinion on whether I should write anything else on this topic and whether you are interested in reading it at all, since in Vancouver, smoking marijuana is a whole culture, and have a story to tell. If this is interesting to you, then unsubscribe, I know that there will obviously be more haters P.S. I am 34 years old, working in the field of web development, as well as the development of mobile applications in a prestigious company. I smoke for 12 years on average 1 time per week. Not stupid, not sick, not impotent