I know that this is a very similar title to my most recent article, but I do think that the same thing applies. As we get to know more and more about weed, we will start figuring out just how much is too much for someone to be driving. I look forward to actually having that written down because I think that it is imperative for drivers and users to know what the regulations are. It is very difficult to follow the rules when the rules are not easily discernible. For example, I know that I should cross all streets at the crosswalk.
However, if jaywalking was something that was actually enforced and it only applied to some streets, it would be much more difficult for you to operate. It would lead to an increased number of tickets for jaywalking and that does not help anyone out. I would say that the same thing goes for drivers that use marijuana. They have no idea what it means to have five nanograms of weeks in their blood. It is a meaningless metric. That is why we need to develop a tool like, THC testing, so that we can give an accurate measurement to the drivers that are using THC and driving afterward. I know that people are going to do it, so it is the turn of the marijuana testing companies to step up and develop some regulatory tools for people to use. It makes it much more fair for those individuals if those tools are available.
Cannabis science is gaining more knowledge.
Cannabis science is rapidly improving as legalization of the substance becomes more and more likely in different states. I know that there is already a lot of information about weed and the effects of weed on the human body, but I think that it is important to also include some more long term studies in the body of research. Obviously, there are so inherent difficulties in developing long term studies and just inserting them into the body of knowledge that is reference for the making of decisions. Nonetheless, I think that it is vital that we determine some sort of way to suggest just how weed and the long term smoking and consuming of weed affects people. I would be surprised if there were any long term really negative consequences, but that is not to say there are no possibilities of this happening.
I really do hope that they develop more and better ways of making sure that as a result of legalization our schools benefit. I realize that that sentence was absolutely a horrible one. And so was that. Please work with me as I struggle to write and bust out all of these different blog posts. Nonetheless, I am currently writing about the need for the development of tools and devices to monitor and test the level of THC in someone’s blood. Right now, the limit is five nano grams per liter of blood, but that is not really a useful guide for how high or impaired someone is.