Cannabis has been the most morally gray subject area for years and the information you receive on the subject can be very far from the truth.
Obviously in most countries round the world Cannabis is Illegal, however people are still using it so there should be a bank of information about it. The information we can acquire while researching Cannabis can lead us to believe that Cannabis as a drug is very harmful to us, when really it is not.
There are claims that cannabis can cause Mental Illness, as well as a physical effect, however there is no proof behind this claim and the research these governing bodies did to get these claims can be somewhat irrelevant to humans.
There is an array of useful products and research we can gain from Cannabis, such as Hemp Clothing , building materials, food and research on the effects of using Cannabis to treat mental illnesses such as depression or anxiety. In the state of California in the US you are legally allowed to smoke cannabis if you are suffering from depression or anxiety, it also includes other mental illnesses which brings us the question, if cannabis can cause an array of mental illnesses because it is being used in parts of the world as a form of medicinal help to those with the same illnesses?
If you research Cannabis on the net the most likely information you will find is the same received research done by the same people with no relativeness to our species. This is because the research done to support these claims can not be confirmed on Humans because it is classed as "unethical" this for me answers the above question. The governing bodies behind this research Do not want us to find good information about Cannabis? because it ruins their own smear campaign against it.
Source by Daniel James Cox