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  1. Kung may sariling medical study at sapat na batayan ang ating bansa bukod pa sa pag-aaral ng tamang paggamit, pag-endorso, pagproseso, at pagbabantay sa tamang paggamit ay maaaring maisakatuparan yung legalidad nito – bakit naman hindi! Hindi naman sinasabi na gawing legal ang paggamit ng "raw" marijuana ng publiko, kundi yung pagkuha ng mga "cannabis-extracts" na galing dito ma nakakatulong sa ibang mga espesyal na sakit. Pero sa pagkaalam ko, mula sa mga matataas na antas ng medisina (WHO, CDC…), ang marijuana ay tinuturing lamang na may "therapeuthic benefits" at di isang gamot, dahil na rin sa kanyang mga side effects. Pero eka nga, special cases need special attention when everything else isn't working!

  2. Pabor ako diyan. I have been studying cannabis since 1998 and proven na nagpapagaling pero someone should REGULATE IT para hindi ma abused. Sa pilipinas pa naman ang daming abuso at palusot.

  3. Too much talk will just make a noise. I was able to watch in youtube the film of Rick Simpson "RUN FROM THE CURE". And now I believe it is really a medicine that helps cure diseases.

  4. Realtalk: Filipinos wanting to legalise weed and says to be responsible users. Say that after ya'll follow even the simplest litter regulations imposed. Say that after ya'll have constrains in handling trivial issues. Discipline should be imposed first rather than assimilating the cultures of first world countries such as legalising said substance. The economy is unstable and yet we have these kinds of issues. First SOGIE, now this? Can we just focus more on like fixing the educational system, poverty revitalisation and health care accessibility for mountainous and secluded areas? Not to mention evident corruption that plagued and hindered the country's development.

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