The powers that be have recently realized how wrong they have been in dealing with marijuana in the past. Many states, including reputable leaders on the issue, such as California and Oregon, have fully legalized this tasty wealth for recreational purposes. Others, like the recently-preserved Attorney General Jeff Sessions, in his home country, still treat cannabis as a fucking heroine.

On Friday, however, a potential global change through the World Health Organization (WHO) showed how much things had changed in marijuana. WHO requests that whole plant marijuana and cannabis resin be removed from the extremely restrictive category of Annex IV of the International Classification that was retained in 1961, Forbes reports. In addition, WHO requests that THC and related isomers be removed from a 1971 drug treaty and placed in the category of Schedule I of the 1961 Convention referred to above.

To be clear, these categories are not the same as (and potential changes would have no direct impact on) the United States Government's own classifications. In the United States, in the current marijuana rankings in its own Schedule I category, our government is still sending the message that it considers weeds to be at the same level as other Schedule I substances. , including heroin and peyote.


As the Forbes The report explains in more detail that these recommendations recommended by UN health experts – if formally adopted – would be equivalent to world powers, recognizing that their relationship with cannabis has been tainted with false characteristics. In other words, the adoption of the changes would probably surround nations, nations by nations, which are increasingly pushing for acceptance of marijuana as a substance with many benefits, such as ensuring that all the bullshit happens every day. -bearable.