Written by, Heidy Cabrera
For years, the conversation of legalization of marijuana has been taboo. The issue of the legalization of marijuana and the discussion of its medicinal use has been in the pipeline for many years.
The United Nations has surprised many people by removing cannabis from the classification of dangerous narcotic drugs. Meanwhile, The House of Representatives passed a bill to decriminalize marijuana on a federal level.
“What exactly does Miracle Leaf Health Centers do?” asked Ismael Cala of MegaTV.
“We are the main providers of the medical marijuana card in the State of Florida. At this moment, we have over 35 operating stores. We have certified doctors to evaluate the community and give you a more natural option,” said Griselda Castellanos, Miracle Leaf’s Corporate Regional Director.
“What does it mean that the UN has removed cannabis from the list of dangerous narcotic drugs?,” asked Ismael.
“It is a victory for us because they are now recognizing the medicinal properties of cannabis. Cannabis has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties,” expressed Gigi.
Federal approval will allow scientific research and treatment that will benefit patients with terminally ill conditions such as Cancer, HIV/AIDS, Parkinsons, ALS and Crohn’s disease. Furthermore, it will allow access to medications throughout the entire United States which will be a huge milestone to cannabis advocates around the world with considerable symbolic and some practical implications for cannabis regulation.