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Occasional cannabis smoking does not cause harm to adults: US feds say so
Occasional cannabis smoking is not harmful. This was stated by Dr. Nora Volkow during an interview with FiveThirtyEight, an online magazine linked to the ABC News network. Here are all the details.
The role of cannabis research
Given the federal NIDA institute’s long-standing efforts to focus exclusively on the harmful effects of cannabis, Dr Volkow’s position represents an important change of direction. While she did not claim to be in favour of legalisation, in fact, her stance could lead to further, more in-depth research devoted not only to the negative effects and possible risks of cannabis, but also to the positive aspects derived from its consumption.
Volkow also emphasised that legalisation has not increased cannabis use among young people as initially predicted and claimed by NIDA. On the contrary, according to the American Medical Association, legalisation has decreased consumption among young people.
What remains, therefore, is the stigma, fuelled in some cases by governments themselves and which research could help to eliminate. “Government policies, including criminal justice measures, often reflect and contribute to stigma,” Dr Volkow wrote on the Association of American Medical Colleges webpage. “When we penalise people who use drugs because of addiction, we impliedly state that their use is a character flaw rather than a medical condition. And when we incarcerate addicted individuals, we reduce their access to treatment and exacerbate the personal and social consequences of their substance use.”