As more and more people turn to marijuana for relief, it’s become clear the legalization of cannabis plant growing and the drug product has opened up a new industry—in fact, the market size of the marijuana business is expected to skyrocket and reach $55.8 billion by 2025. With thirty-three states and the District of Columbia currently allowing some form of legal usage of the drug, the United States appears to be leading the way in legalizing marijuana. Most of this new legal use revolves around taking marijuana for medicinal purposes, as the use of the drug has been confirmed to help alleviate the symptoms of a number of illnesses, including multiple sclerosis (MS); however, marijuana has also been successful in subduing vicious side effects brought on by prescribed drugs against cancer.
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