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Africa
user-531362
I live in a country where marijuana has been an illegal substance to use and mental illnesses resulted from it's abuse.
N. America
user-994669
USA
N. America
user-682252
Usa 
S. America
user-676866
I live in Florida, United States.
Europe
user-710777
I live in Romania
Asia
user-621628
I belong to India 
Asia
user-957549
Bhutan 
S. America
user-176195
I am a retired professor of Food Engineering; I still work in the graduate program on Food Engineering. I have developed a process to obtain marijuana extracts with low content of THC for use as an ingredient to treat refractory epilepsy.
Asia
user-756681

In Asia: The specific rules and regulations related to this classification in Asia, as in any region, are subject to the laws and policies of individual countries.

Nations with Stringent Drug Legislation: Several countries in Asia, such as Indonesia and Malaysia, maintain rigorous drug laws featuring harsh penalties for drug-related activities, including possession and trafficking. These nations may categorize substances with "high potential for abuse and no currently accepted medical use" as illicit.

Countries with Evolving Drug Policies: In recent years, certain Asian nations have begun to explore the medical applications of specific substances. For instance, Thailand and South Korea have initiated efforts to legalize or regulate medical marijuana.

Diverse Approaches: The approach to classifying and regulating drugs can exhibit significant variations across different Asian countries. These differences are influenced by cultural, historical, and political factors, which lead to a wide array of drug policies in the region.






Asia
user-414396
There are reports of very limited misuse of marijuana. 
As monoecious type (male and female plants are different) and only female plant yields narcotics under strict maintenance and adaptation, the scope for narcotic drugs is limited. Further, the plant has other important usages in textile, and oilseed industries, etc.). 
Asia
user-521272
It is highly narcotic in nature and destroy the mind activity. It is addictive substance of abuse. 
Africa
user-869478
  Marijuana is a psychotropic substance with high potential for misuse and no recognized medicinal purpose due to its potential for physical and mental dependence, poor judgment, concentration issues, and coordination issues. It has also been linked to higher car accident risks and mental health issues like schizophrenia, sadness, and anxiety. Therefore, marijuana has no known generally acknowledged medicinal applications.Marijuana is a psychotropic substance with high potential for misuse and no recognised medicinal purpose due to its potential for physical and mental dependence, poor judgement, concentration issues, and coordination issues. It has also been linked to higher car accident risks and mental health issues like schizophrenia, sadness, and anxiety. Therefore, marijuana has no generally acknowledged medicinal applications. 
Africa
user-968615
I am from Ethiopia which is located in Africa.
Europe
user-377267
see above
Europe
user-559978
I live in France
Oceana
user-933382
Australia 
N. America
user-887788
While the current categorization is excessive, this drug has known potential issues with dependancy and mental health effects. As such, it so should be maintained under some level of control. 
Europe
user-29222
I am a physician employed in Greece.
Africa
user-118845
Western part of Africa
Europe
user-696376
I'm from Poland, highly conservative, catholic, polarized country with hundreds of years of hemp history, thrown away by Regan's influence on perception of psychoactive compounds
Africa
user-115948
Marijuna has several medical uses therefore it can't be classified in schedule I. however, this substance can be used for dependance 
Asia
user-462724
Korea
N. America
user-863559
Marijuana has a low level of addiction and is legal in most states. Both physical and psychological dependence is rare.
Asia
user-825732
I am Asian 
N. America
user-669670





Asia
user-692003
Pakistan
Africa
user-156962
This is where I live.
Africa
user-516642
I would like to see the use of pure CBD and combinations of CBD and THC legalized for medical use. 
Europe
user-103348
In Europe, it is a reality, not only in young people but also in adults.
Africa
user-804674
I stay in Zambia which one of the countries in the Sub Sahara region.
N. America
user-368912
i live here 
N. America
user-244702
Having known many recreational &, more recently, casual 'therapeutic' users of cannabis as a sleep aid, I've seen only very rare instances of persons whose cannabis use might qualify as a serious, compulsive, or detrimental habit. As a Ph.D. biomedical scientist trained in pharmacology, I think that Schedule IV or at most Schedule III would be the most appropriate classification. I don't personally use cannabis, but have early experience with its recreational use, and I was not impressed with its abuse potential.
N. America
monicaIDEA
I live in Mexico, whic is part of North American continent
Europe
user-556903
I took into account the average level of dependence in the population of potential consumers.
N. America
user-903588
With the right labeling that includes potential side effects and age limits for distribution, I believe marijuana has low potential for abuse. 
Africa
user-86448
Please see above.
N. America
user-544568
México
N. America
user-243751
Marijuana clearly addictive, with many side effects and limited beneficial uses (chemotherapy N+V)
N. America
user-570658
USA
N. America
user-489806
It is where I live
N. America
user-445218
I have not studied the literature.  I have heard conflicting claims but, if pressed, based on my experience, would rate it III or IV.
N. America
user-924219
You want me to explain my geographic location?? Really??
N. America
user-574398
Marijuana has been legalized in the state in which I live and it has been a horrible public health nightmare.  The marijuana industry has devised ways to increase addiction while simultaneously promoting it as natural, safe, and/or medicinal.  People think that it is "safe" because it is legal.  Instead, it has increased addiction, crime, homelessness, drug dependency, and mental health issues as well as increasing the number of children accidentally poisoned from ingestion of edibles.  
N. America
user-234128
Canada, province of Ontario
S. America
user-96435
Mexico
Africa
user-36916
As above
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user-560440
10/11/2023 15:41

Europe

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