5 Most Ingenious Inventions In The History of Marijuana

Mexican immigrants flooded into the U.S. after the Mexican Revolution of 1910. Once they arrived, the immigrants introduced the U.S. to the recreational use of marijuana. By the 1930s, the public resentment and fear of the Mexicans led to an escalating concern about marijuana, which eventually linked the use of the drug with violence, crime, and inappropriate behavior. By 1931, 29 states prohibited marijuana, but that didn’t stop marijuana users and enthusiasts from inventing ingenious marijuana gadgets and accessories that we still use today. Now, it’s hard to keep up with all the new toys, as producers come up with more ways to smoke discreetly and while multitasking.  

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Cannabis legalization does not lead to increased use by young people, according to a federally funded study. In fact, legal states have seen underage consumption decrease since repealing prohibition. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) has released the latest iteration of the regular Monitoring the Future survey, evaluating the drug habits of American eighth, tenth and twelfth graders.