Recreational Cannabis

Recreational Cannabis

If you have ever been to Colorado or other places in the United States and seen people smoking pot, then you know why many call cannabis “pot” – because it is indeed pot. But in reality, pot is not all the same. In Colorado, the sale and distribution of pot is illegal under any circumstances, with punishments of fines and prison for those who are caught doing it. But what many people do not realize is that there is a massive and varied array of pot.

To understand the distinction between recreational cannabis and medical marijuana, you must look at how the cannabis plant is grown. Growing cannabis is an intricate process that takes months to complete and involves a lot of trial and error – something that the pros know all too well. While some say it takes only a small amount of time to grow a single marijuana plant, experts estimate that it takes as much as twelve months to grow enough plants to supply the United States alone. This means that if you want to buy pot online, it could take as long as a year to find enough buds for the amount of medication you need.

Recreational cannabis is often used to describe cannabis with no medical use, including medicinal marijuana. Medical marijuana is a type of cannabis that has been prescribed by a doctor in some form or another. As opposed to medical marijuana, which has gained popularity in recent years, recreational weed is sold and usually goes unsold in most states, at least until a doctor says it’s helpful for a certain ailment.

On the other hand, in some parts of Mexico, cannabis is a more common drug. There, when a person is arrested, he is commonly put on trial to see if he has engaged in cannabis, whether or not he has done anything with the drugs. Because the punishment is so severe, many people who are caught are sentenced to a minimum of five years in prison. While it may be legal in the United States, in many parts of Mexico it’s not and this is why cannabis is sometimes called pot.

In the United States, cannabis is not illegal but it is against the law to consume cannabis plants. If you’re caught violating this law, you can receive a hefty fine. Unlike alcohol, marijuana is still considered an illegal substance in the eyes of the government and anyone caught selling it is going to get some serious jail time. So even though marijuana is not illegal like it is in most countries, it is still considered cannabis in the eyes of the law and that is why most marijuana users in the United States are arrested for the drug rather than for the use of it.

In conclusion, what you use or don’t use will determine how you perceive cannabis in your life. If you want to smoke pot, you probably will. If you are not a “grower” you probably won’t. But no matter what you do or what you think, what does truly matter is whether or not cannabis is safe or not in your life.