More and more people are wondering where they can safely buy cannabis oil with THC. Understandable, because this age-old home remedy can help tremendously in numerous disorders including cancer. Moreover, contrary to most regular medicines it has little to no unpleasant side effects.
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) admits in their 2017 Drugs of Abuse resource guide that no one has ever died from a marijuana overdose but still will not remove the substance from its list of Schedule I drugs — the same classification as heroin.
The United States government has trouble being reasonable about anything these days and its attitudes toward marijuana demonstrates this clearly. Despite its relative safety, marijuana remains one of the most strictly prohibited drugs in the country under federal law, even as increasing numbers of states have moved toward legalization. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and DEA classify it as a Schedule I substance, meaning there's a "high potential for abuse," no currently "accepted medical use in treatment" and "a lack of accepted safety for use under medical supervision."
The only adverse effect can be a stoned feeling, but that only happens when you smoke it or use too much orally at once (not if you take it as a suppository). Eating organic marijuana raw also does not get one stoned because it is not THC, you are ingesting THCa.
THC is one of the most beneficial of the known cannabinoids though cannabinol (CBD) gives it a run for the money as a healing agent. Demand for cannabis oil is rising yet in pharmacies, it is almost impossible to get.
In July of 2017, the FBI arrested once-trusted doctors, pharmacists, and other medical professionals who were corrupted by greed. These people inflicted a special kind of damage but this is only the tip of the iceberg, of a vast killing machine that modern medicine has become. These arrests were in part about the opioid epidemic, but what do we expect from a government that still prefers patients be denied much safer pain medication.