I chose this as my casebook topic frankly because I found it interesting. From what I believe, drugs are volatile substances that destroy a person internally, at some cases physically, when abused since there are areas in the United States that sell Cannabis Sativa, more popularly known as Marijuana, as prescription drugs. There is an enormous difference between the drugs themselves. From what I think, those which are not chemically manipulated or produce are quite safer—with exception to drugs like valium since they are prescription drugs.
I would like to discuss the different kinds of drugs in order to give people an insight on the nature of these illegal substances. The legalization of the sale and use of these substances might depend on the nature of the drug itself—effects on the user, how much is the appropriate dosage, and the like. Personally, I believe that legalizing the substances which are certified safe for usage can be an economically wise decision mainly because some of these drugs come in abundance hence possibly cheap. As long as these “legalized” drugs are kept off from illegal or unlicensed sellers, then everything will turn out fine. I do not think that legalizing the safe drugs for sale over-the-counter would make any difference. Cigarettes can kill and yet they are legal, so why can’t these be legal as well? As long as they are certified safe, then they could be sold as prescription drugs.