Contrary to Wodak (2002), Hughes (2010) in scholarly article ‘What Can We Learn From The Portuguese Decriminalization of Illicit Drugs?
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This disadvantage must be measured and controlled to allow for medical use only.
The downside of this is there tis a potential result that increases the black-market use of cannabis, where a cancer patient has been successfully treatment and reverts to accessing the drug without a prescription.
Scholarly article ‘Cannabis and cannabinoids in Parkinson's disease and movement disorder’ found that new trials with raw cannabis extract effects of ‘long-term treatment and on potential neuroprotective effects’ (Mc Sherry et al., 2005). Cannabis (Medical Marijuana) Treatment for Motor and Non–Motor Symptoms of Parkinson Disease.
It was found that the physiological regulation of striatal CB1 produces acute responses to underlie the development of levodopa-induced dysdnesia (Mc Sherry et al., 2005). Contradictory legislation, where cannabis legislation contradicts the current regulation of illicit drug use (Walters, 1993). The personal benefit comes at a cost of social and economic harm (Zimmer and Morgan, 1997). Health care advocates, activists and reformist politicians initiated the legislation to open opportunities for regulated medication after 5 to 10 years of clinical trials (Institute of Medicine, 1999). Irvine (2011) based his scholarly article on personal experience, being one who was suffering from stage four Parkinson’s disease. Legislation of medicinal cannabis in New South Wales. He throughly detailed his experience through daily journals and documented that the use of cannabis reduced tremors, treated insomnia to improve his quality of sleep and received Irvine of constant pain. What Can We Learn From The Portuguese Decriminalization of Illicit Drugs? British Journal of Criminology, 50(6), pp.999-1022. Irvine (2011) continued to present three conditions that Cannabis legislation was to include to outweigh the criterion of dependence in users. Cannabis Legislation in Australia 1408 words With considered reference to scholarly literature on the subject, assess the advantages and disadvantages of Cannabis Legalisation in Australia. cannabinoids improve motor and non-motor symptoms in Parkinson’s Disease (PD) have shown positive results where THC and CBD combine to alleviate the symptoms associated with PD (Bassi, 2017). “1978 State of the Union Address.” Cannabis control: Costs Outweigh the Benefits. ” and there are actually five main areas to consider – adolescent drug use, drug offenses/crimes, the drug laws themselves, foreign drug trade, and drug abuse.By looking at these five issues in detail and considering possible solutions, an overall answer can be found.