Marijuana does not increase creativity

It would be certainly interesting, and possibly useful, if marijuana were found to expand creativity acutely or even in the long term. Creativity is a trait which is largely desired and beneficial within Western culture. Being considered creative or even considering oneself to have done creative things fuels the ego, gives one a sense of individuality, and ultimately creates pleasure within humans. It is also commercially useful as one must produce unique products in order to stand oneself out within the market and increase profits. So, any potential to increase creativity, either for a short time or in the long run, is very sought after.

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The Schedule level of a drug has NOTHING to do with its safety.

I recently listened to the Joe Rogan Experience episode with Hamilton Morris. Hamilton had some really, really strong points that I had not thought about, of which I might elaborate over the span of a couple different posts. In this one, I want to strengthen my previously held argument that the Scheduled Drug list is not only contradictory, but it is also idiotic, ill-intentioned, and perhaps evil.

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