Every 19 minutes, somebody dies of a prescription drug overdose.
You know whats’s ok? Finding medicines that work, getting people better, and making the overall level of suffering lower. You know what’s not ok? Outlawing medicines that help people in a very real, studied way because you dont understand it or attach a personal stigma to it. Cannabis oils and other treatment methods can mean the world to a patient that cannot or prefers not to go though intense medical procedures while on heavy perscription drugs. Arkansas is about to have the chance to do something that is ok. Something great. The 2016 Arkansas Medical Cannabis Act was certified by the Arkansas Attorney General in the summer of 2014 and we’ve been collecting signatures ever since. In order to be on the ballot, we’ll need the signatures of more than 65,000 valid, registered voters. So if you are in Arkansas, please stop by http://arcompassion.com/ and show your support. For more information on the studies produced on the efficacy of Cannabis, see the following resources: http://www.norml.org or have a look around http://scholar.google.com and search for Cannabis efficacy.