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MAKE CANNABIS ILLEGAL AGAIN

Look, we're happy to be able to do what we love, but can't we feel nostalgic for the old days?

On one hand, some argue that cannabis was better for growers when it was illegal because the lack of regulation allowed for more flexibility in cultivation practices. Growers could experiment with different techniques and strains without worrying about government oversight. Additionally, the high demand for illegal cannabis meant that growers could command higher prices for their product.

However, the lack of regulation also meant that growers had to deal with the constant threat of law enforcement raids and the possibility of losing their entire crop. Not to mention we had to navigate the the criminal underworld to sell their product.

For consumers, the argument that cannabis was better when it was illegal centers around the idea that the product was more potent and "authentic." Some claim that the illegal market was more focused on quality, as growers had to compete for customers in a crowded and dangerous market.

But let's be real, folks – the illegal market was also full of uncertainty and risk. Consumers never knew exactly what they were getting, and the lack of quality control meant that the potency and effects of the product could vary widely. Plus, the risk of getting busted was always looming in the background.

In the end, the question of whether cannabis was better for growers and consumers when it was illegal is a matter of perspective. Some may prefer the freedom and flexibility of the illegal market, while others appreciate the safety and convenience of the legal one. But one thing's for sure – the legalization of cannabis has opened up a whole new frontier of exploration and discovery. So let's raise a joint to progress and the ever-evolving world of cannabis!

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