Cannabis Not to Blame For Workplace Injuries
Edibles Magazine|Edibles Magazine - Issue 64 - The Holidaze Issue
In the recent United States election cycle, we saw even more states adopt cannabis as a legally accepted recreational substance. See our article and infographic on Page 16.
Ken Breese

Like alcohol, cannabis use is frowned upon in the workplace, as it can impair one’s ability to work, especially in activities that require more coordination and cognitive function. Some critics of cannabis use contend that it can lead to more accidents in the workplace as a result of this side effect. Many of us out there would contend that we work better under the influence of cannabis. I partook before I wrote this article, and these concerns aren’t necessarily true for every situation. Some of us need weed in order to do the deed.

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