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REFERENCES Encarta Encyclopedia Marijuana 1993-1997 Microsoft Corporation Mano K D 1990 May 14 Marijuana National Review v42 58-62 Monroe Judy 1998 March Marijuana a mind-altering drug Current Health 2 v24 16-24 Musto David F 1991 July History of Marijuana use Scientific American v265 40-48 To be or not to be The History Future and Sociological View of Marijuana Abstract Marijuana is a drug that has been around for quite some time now It has gone from being legal to grow and smoke to being outlawed and illegal to cultivate The only way someone is able to use marijuana legally is by prescription from a doctor Medicinal Marijuana is now legal in the United States and there are a few people who say it should be legal all together and not just in medical situations and then there are those whom say it should stay illegal There are arguments on both sides most Americans would like to see it legal for medical purposes and for nothing else then there are those who would like to see marijuana legalized for personal use and as a recreational drug To be or not to be The History Future and Sociological View of Marijuana Marijuana is a mixture of leaves stems and flowering tops of the Indian hemp plant Cannabis sativa smoked or eaten for its hallucinogenic and pleasure-giving effects Encarta 1997 Marijuana was used in central Asia and China as early as 3000 BC as a folk medicine Although illegal in most countries today it is still legal to use marijuana for medical purposes such as treating glaucoma cataracts and easing the pain of some cancers However one may not just smoke marijuana and say that it helps hisher cataracts there has to be a prescription by a medical doctor to validate the use There are some
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