Working Toward Cannabis
Today, some of us return to the hustle after the holidays. It’s been a crazy, but a good year for cannabis across the United States. Even with 2017 coming upon us, it’s hard to believe that 2016 is already over. While some are concerned with what 2017 will bring for the cannabis community, Dabbin Dad is pushing forward with big plans in the New Year. We need to continue the fight for our medicine and push towards recreational use, not only for tax income, but to open the eyes of society to the lies we have all been fed.
Cannabis is not a danger to society. Organically it’s a medicine, which is more than anyone can say about alcohol. It facilitates creativity, inner compassion, and allows a person to make cognitive decisions just to name a few. This is not a drug that makes you feel “drunk” or out of it. Accomplishing our goals and aspirations is never hindered by cannabis, if anything it only pushes us more. All of us at Dabbin Dad love sharing our knowledge of cannabis, we want to help educate and enlighten those that are willing to listen. When Dabbin Dad first launched, we spoke about cannabis and its effects on life with PTSD. This was the first step of many more to come. We look to continue aiding those who identify cannabis as a medical aid.
Cannabis has so many useful benefits in addition to recreation. Who is the government to tell us how we should think and act if we are not at risk to endanger others? Thankfully it appears that we, in Connecticut, are at a pinnacle moment in time where we can join the other recreational states and start breaking down the barriers and stigmas. We will continue to advocate and push for a true medical program which allows for patient grow rights. If nothing is done by the state soon, the medical program that we have in place in Connecticut will suffer immensely. When a majority of the patient demographic resides in Hartford County, do you think they all will continue to utilize a dispensary or simply hop in the car for a quick trip over the Massachusetts border where prices are already lower? The real issue for Connecticut is prices in Massachusetts are already more cost effective and this is prior to actual retail shops being established, prices will only drop more from there. It’s simple economics of supply and demand. You can’t legally purchase cannabis in Massachusetts yet, you say? You’re 100% correct, but I sure do love that T-Shirt or other random items you have for sale. What did you say? It comes with a free cannabis gift if I buy it now?
Does Connecticut care about cannabis patients?
Politicians in Connecticut need to open their eyes to cannabis and see it for what it is and not some “devil’s lettuce.” Cannabis legalization and grow rights needs to happen, if not for the patients that are hurting, for the veterans returning home from combat or the children battling with epilepsy, than do it for the state taxes revenue. All of us in the State of Connecticut, have seen a decrease in a standard of living. Why is it that we should all have to beg for alternative medicine, which is proven to be safer to pharmaceuticals, in order to live healthy and freely?
Let your concerns be heard!!!