The pharmaceutical company is one of the evilest creations of mankind. It has claimed the lives of many people and continues to today. However many people are taking the natural route and escaping the entrapment set up by pharmaceutical companies.
Because people are seeking more natural treatment for their health disorders, big pharma is beginning to get scared. In fact, they’re in a huge panic because of the results of a new survey. With the legalization and decriminalization of marijuana. More and more people are gaining the benefits of this powerful planet, according to the survey.
The survey was performed on 473 adult therapeutic cannabis users found that 87% of respondents gave up prescription medications, alcohol, or other drugs in favor of cannabis. In fact, the survey found that adults under the age of 40 were likely to give up all three of these for medical cannabis. The one that has the crooked pharma the most afraid, is that 80% of these people are using cannabis as a substitute for prescription drugs.
They also found that 52% said they substituted cannabis for alcohol and 32% said they substituted it for illicit substances. These results indicate a very promising trend of people moving away from dangerously addictive and deadly substances in favor of a miracle plant that has never caused an overdose death.
“The finding that cannabis was substituted for all three classes of substances suggests that the medical use of cannabis may play a harm reduction role in the context of use of these substances, and may have implications for abstinence-based substance use treatment approaches. Further research should seek to differentiate between biomedical substitution for prescription pharmaceuticals and psychoactive drug substitution, and to elucidate the mechanisms behind both.”
Medical marijuana can be used to treat so many different things. It is so much better than pharmaceutical medications because it does not have any adverse side effects. The results of this survey showed it purely; people prefer marijuana over the drugs their prescribed.