According to the Head of Federal Marijuana Farms, Seizures deriving from the consumption of Illegal Cannabis have “Decreased Dramatically” as states are beginning to permit the legalized vending of cannabis. Seizures have succeeded to “precipitously declined over time” as the journal Biological Psychiatry states: studies show as 2300 seizure cases have dropped to less than 100 by 2019.

The decrease of seizure exhibitions can be credited to the increased sales of legal cannabinoids. Since illegal vending of cannabinoids carried the risk of being sold under poor standards, the massive undercut in marijuana smuggling has allowed individuals to much more safely use cannabis.

To be fair, however, this data comes from the consumption reported by the DEA. Soon, Congress will possibly pass legislation that will allow researchers to study the effects of cannabis that have been distributed to consumers in a legal matter.