pjbogart wrote:I think the pharmaceutical companies are on the verge of being able to regulate and distribute THC and who knows where it will go from there. For anyone who's had the opportunity, electronic cigarettes are a big business right now and while I wouldn't say it's "just like smoking" I will say it's in the general ballpark. These devices which use a small battery to atomize water into vapor and then mix it with nicotine and flavoring for you to inhale could just as easily contain THC.
While not devoid of health risks, electronic joints would eliminate smoke and odor and make it possible for you to get stoned discreetly while driving a bus, operating a day care or flying a 747 filled with 300 unwitting passengers.
The future's so bright, I gotta wear shades.
If the articles I've read on people using medical marijuana vs various forms of processed THC are true, the buzz is radically different and more powerful with THC.
I understand the need for the powers that be to outlaw anything they can't control, quantify, tax, and monopolize, but I keep hoping.