So, Is Legalisation The Answer?
Cannabis oil has been touted as one of the means for therapy for children with epilepsy in the west – however, the oil that has been approved in cases for children has been pure CBD oils. These oils have no THC in them which eliminates the potential ethical dilemma of getting children high. Unfortunately, because the oil production is at a very nascent stage in idea, we are bereft of these choices. Hence, the full utility of the oil as therapy simply cannot be explored until we start presenting ourselves with combinations and options – all of which requires research. But how does one allow for research into a subject that stands to be criminally prosecuted?
For Dheeraj, the effects of the oil on his rescued dog have been remarkable too. He applied a mixture of cannabis oil and coconut oil topically onto her coat (which was heavily shedding and itchy) and tells us “it worked wonders – she was soothed, she was healed, she wasn’t in pain, she wasn’t itching, the hair grew back.”
This seems to be the question of the hour, really. While legalization seems like the grand promise to a better future, it really isn’t. Legalizing marijuana growth would allow for large pharmaceutical companies and conglomerates to capitalize on farming, leading to the loss of livelihood for many farmers who have been farming for generations. It would also make marijuana more of a capitalistic product rather than a medicine given to us by nature, almost rebuking the whole purpose in itself.
To start with, it is crucial to understand exactly what cannabis oil really is. To define it with scientific accuracy, “Cannabis oil is merely the concentrated, distilled form of the plant most commonly known as marijuana, with all the plant material stripped away via a solvent. Like marijuana, cannabis oil contains two primary ingredients: the high-inducing THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and cannabidiol (CBD), the second most active ingredient in marijuana” according to this report. The CBD works within the physiological realm of the body, and is the compound mainly associated with using this plant for medicinal purposes.
Decriminalization, on the other hand, seems to be a better way forward. In this way, people who are in possession of certain amounts of medicine and marijuana would not be criminally prosecuted, granting access to more people who need the medicine but are wary of the legal consequences. In addition, it opens the gates that currently block research on the subject in India. With more research, we could start eliminating the problems listed with the use of the medicine, and potentially allow for pure CBD oils to enter the market – encompassing a much larger base of illness and diseases that could allegedly be managed, if not cured. As it stands, there is a very specific and numbered percentage of the population who has access to the right information regarding cannabis oil, let alone those willing to give it a try. This has everything to do with privilege, not necessarily of the socio-economic kind though given the price we discussed earlier it’s definitely something to consider, but most certainly of the educational kind. Further smaller, is the group advocating for its legal status. These people are grouped not necessarily as from the same socio-economic background, as much as they are by access to the right information and literature on cannabis. Much of this literature and knowledge is accompanied with the belief that pharmaceutical companies are largely responsible for a lack of research and information on nature’s curative powers, given the pretty penny they stand to make.
The best way to reduce your chances of facing an issue is to put your oil on a coffee burner for 24- 48 hours and let all the solvent evaporate. It has been recommended that this be standard procedure in any case wherein you are not aware of how the oil has been prepared. Another way to avoid as much damage is to use the oil in the manner of an anal suppository rather than ingest it orally, Nischay told us. This is because the oil is then deviated from the digestive track as far as possible, leaving the liver out of the equation. This method also has the fastest absorption rate of oil, and its effects can be seen in 10-15 minutes.
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Following a bust in November 2020, the NCB found that a Kerala syndicate was smuggling hash oil from Andhra Pradesh into Bengaluru and Kerala, and even to international countries including Maldives, Sri Lanka, and the Middle East. In December 2020, a busted operation in Hyderabad revealed that the southern Indian city also had many young users. Excise department officials have said that hash oil is smuggled from the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh into cities like Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Mumbai and Delhi.
However, despite the hacks using ingredients that are easily available, brewing hash oil is a potentially life-threatening process that could lead to death by explosion. “You have to sweep the weed for hours, use a lot of funnels and heat to extract the oil,” explained Kiara. “Once, when my friends and I tried to make it, I was afraid we would blow up the house.” To convert cannabis into hash oil, the most common technique relies on having to use a large amount of butane—the liquid in lighters, i.e. an extremely flammable substance—which can explode if ignited.
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As 4/20 rolls around, so does the buzz to plan a legendary session befitting the day. For the uninitiated, April 20 is considered the international stoner day. Most years are marked with a high so overwhelming, people do everything from brushing their teeth with mosquito repellent to forgetting to watch the movie after getting high in the theatre’s parking lot.
While such instances are commonly recorded in the U.S., an attempt in Chennai in 2019 to make an “intoxicating ganja gel”, believed to be cannabis oil, resulted in an explosion that left a person dead. Some users believe the risk factor adds a layer of attraction to hash oil.
Since it has an increased concentration of THC, the intense potency of hash oil is known to get people really stoned. “I’m a high-functioning stoner usually, but when I smoke hash oil, I have to be sitting down,” Zainab*, a 27-year-old pastry chef from the city of Mumbai, told VICE. For most users like Zainab, the potency of the high is coupled with the fact that the liquid can be stretched out and used for several months, making it ideal in an age where India’s Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has been intensely cracking down on cannabis.