The future of cannabis is one that is looking brighter or greener one could say every day. Cannabis legalization is happening more and more in states across the country and nations around the world. Marijuana legalization has been a topic that activists have aggressively been pushing since the mid-1970s. The government has supported
marijuana prohibition and attempted to eradicate marijuana from the face of the planet.
It's almost as if they knew that insurance companies and pharmaceutical companies that have put many of these individuals in office and power would lose the money they have been contributing to them and this would be the downfall of their way of life. It reminds me of a scene in the movie A Bug's Life. Where Hopper was telling all the other grasshoppers what would happen if one little ant was to stand up to them and they did not make an example out of him.
Standing up to them and being squished like ants is what the government has been doing to activists for decades now. Finally, enough ants are being tired of being stepped upon and rallying together. We have strength in numbers. Government officials and corporations know this. The future of cannabis is one for the people. Cannabis and marijuana consumption will not be just about getting high. It will turn into a hobby for some, a medical form of treatment for others and many will enjoy the benefits of marijuana.
The future of cannabis is a bright one and is offering many opportunities for people around the globe. Not only to find relief from medical ailments but also financial stability thanks to the emerging cannabis industry around the globe. Some are worried about the future of cannabis in terms of control and having it taken over by Monsanto or corporations and this is a legitimate concern but you have to sit back and look at the bigger picture. Cannabis has remained through it all because of the people. As long as we save our seeds and continue to do what we have done for decades cannabis will remain a part of cultures around the world for centuries to come, even if big money steps in to take their share.