There is a huge amount of conjecture regarding the issue of cannabis use and mental health. The relationship between the drug and how it can impact both positively and negatively on someone’s mental health is a complex one.
Debate on this issue is often polarised, with one camp proclaiming cannabis is so safe it should be legalised and made available to all, and another stating cannabis is more dangerous than some might think, and that we should have harsher sentences for those both growing and consuming it.
This report addresses the issue head on, and explores in depth the difficult question of how cannabis impacts on a consumer’s mental health. The findings of the report paint a problematic policy environment in the UK, and one that requires considered reform to address it.