In a sign of marijuana’s growing normalization in Canada, two major life insurance companies have decided to treat cannabis users as non-smokers, reversing a long-standing policy and offering many of them far cheaper premiums.
Like their competitors, Sun Life and BMO Insurance have for years classified anyone who disclosed using marijuana – either recreationally or for medical purposes – as a smoker, saddling them with charges that could be triple those of non-smokers.
But in memos released over the last week, the companies say the latest research on the drug’s health impacts convinced them to change that approach…
Who can afford life insurance these days? And when will Medicare start covering medical cannabis? Before or after I’m dead?
This is what happens when you don’t follow a recipe.
You end up using too much chocolate (if there is such a thing).
Let’s see what the internet has to say about chocolate, shall we?
Chocolate is not just sugar. A true chocolate addict is not gonna be happy with a box of table sugar. Besides sugar, chocolate contains:
Caffeine. And if the sugar is not enough to make the it addicted, caffeine is there to “help”.
Theobromine, which is a mild stimulant for humans, but it can be fatal to dogs. That’s why you can’t give chocolate to your dog.
Phenylethylamine, which is an amphetamine like compound that’s in cheese and sausages too.
Anandamide, which is the compound in the brain that is affected by THC (the active ingredient in marijuana).
So chocolate isn’t really a drug, it’s the whole drug store wrapped up all in one…
The internet wants you to go have some chocolate, like right now. Enjoy.