Why Drugs Should Not Be Legalized

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Why drugs should not be legalize

We ask ourselves what are these great risks on us consuming illegalized drugs. We are constantly exposed to all sorts of illegal drugs especially young adults at school, parties and even on the local beaches. Were surrounded by it all through out of lives, being pressured to consume them and take risk on becoming addicted. Not only this, but we are presented with all other types or drugs, such as over the counter for a simple cold, pain relievers received in hospitals, and chemo for cancer patients. All of these drugs help people overcome difficult pains. So the question still remains if such drugs as these can relieve a person’s physical pain, what can possibly be the cons of these so called illegal drugs. The government has several drugs that are illegal; the top three drugs that are considered highly harmful for a human’s body are marijuana, cocaine, and heroin. First, marijuana is a combination of leaves, seeds, and stems from the “cannabis sativa plant” The color may vary such as in green, brown and gray. Also, cocaine is a powerfully addictive drug of abuse. Once having tried cocaine, users cannot predict or control the extent to continue using the drug. Finally, heroin is a strong narcotic it is the most addicting drug on this earth, not only physically but also mentally. Drugs cause such horrible harms to our bodies, why allow it?

Marijuana is abused by people from all ages some even starting in just middle school to great grandparents. It is the most abused drug in these United States. Children are constantly being told my parents and other elders don’t do drugs, always so no, it will only cause problems. But when do adults ever speak to children on all the horrible affects it can cause them in the lives. Not just physically but emotionally as well. When do adults speak to the children to wear it will truly affect them, to sink in how wrong doing drugs is, about the...
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