Using Mechanized Dispensary Systems to Help Control Marijuana Sale
A June 24, 2013 article on CBS News’ website cites the Mayo Clinic’s recommendations against teenagers suffering from chronic pains being administered legal medical marijuana as a treatment. Although the drug can mitigate some of the pain, it can induce undesirable side effects such as fatigue, loss of concentration, and slow reaction time. Such conditions can curtail a young person’s ability to function normally.
The recent trend of legalizing marijuana is sweeping America, although some states remain staunchly opposed to its use in any circumstance. While the drug can be sold legally, as long as it will be used for medicine, the substance could end up in the wrong hands – as it had in the decades preceding its legalization. Thus, the drug has to be purchased at any certified medical marijuana dispensary, many of which use closely controlled dispensing systems that store the substance in appropriate conditions and allow systematized inventory of stock.