Humanities
Module 04 Written Assignment - Persuasive Paper, First Draft

Question Description

Because good writing is always a process, our persuasive essay will be written in two parts: a first draft due this week and a final draft due in week 6. Your paper should be 3-4 pages in length.

As you prepare, here are a few reminders for this week's draft:

  1. In week 3 you posted a thesis for peer review. Use the revised thesis, based on your classmates' and teacher's feedback as the basis for your persuasive paper.
  1. Use your sources to support your thesis. Research and prepare the passages you will consider using. Remember to review methods of paraphrasing, summarizing, and using direct quotations.
  1. Prepare the body paragraphs by deciding where to place supporting information. Remember, each paragraph of the paper should act to build the momentum of the argument.
  1. Apply pathos, logos, and ethos whenever possible.
  1. Finally, remember that it's okay if your ideas, opinions, or sources change during process of writing this paper. Writing makes us think, and it's fine - even beneficial - to have our thoughts change as we express them on paper.

My Persuasive topic is Medical Marijuana and I'm not against it .


Please add my thesis towards the end of my introduction

Thesis

California is the first state to legalized medical marijuana. Medical marijuana is benefit because decrease anxiety, slows and stops cancer cells from spreading, and marijuana is also used to manage nausea and weight loss.


1.Plan on 2-3 citations per page in this paper. Every time you paraphrase, use a summary, or quote, must cite it! .Remember, do not become overly dependent on paraphrasing. You may use 1 block style quote in this paper, but only once. Should have 6-10 citations in the paper as a general rule.


I provided two attachments the first one is the requirements and the second attachment is my reference if you need anything else feel free to let me know .


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Running head: ANNOTATED BIB 1 Annotated Bibliography Lisa Soto Rasmussen College Author Note This paper is being submitted on July 23, 2018, for Vicki Phillips’ G124/ENC 1101 English Composition course. ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 2 Annotated Bibliography Ali, E. (2016, April). MEDICAL MARIJUANA. Alive: Canada's Natural Health & Wellness Magazine, (402), 49-52. Retrieved from Consumer Health Complete - EBSCOhost database. (Accession No. 114454998) The article explains about medical cannabis as a helpful solution for cancer. It could also reduce pain for cancer patients and stop nausea and vomiting. It also discuss the regulation in Canada of the uses for medical cannabis. Grinspoon MD, P. (2018, January 15). Medical marijuana [Blog post]. Retrieved from Harvard Health Blog: https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/medical-marijuana-2018011513085 This article explains why medical marijuana is used for different medical issues. Medical marijuana is said to be a safer alternative to opiates which are increasing the number of overdose and are addictive. Cannabis allows people to continue their daily routines without feeling completely out of it or sedated. Juntti, M. (2018). Study: Marijuana Can Help Battle Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, and Addiction. Men's Journal. Retrieved from https://www.mensjournal.com/health-fitness/studymarijuana-can-help-battle-depression-anxiety-ptsd-and-addiction-w453012/ Research study found that cannabis can help battle depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder and even addiction to alcohol and painkillers. In a few states where medical cannabis is legitimate, there has been a 25 percent decrease in opioid overdoses. Research additionally recommends cannabis may help heavy drinkers ween off liquor. ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 3 Marijuana as Medicine. (2018, June 27). Retrieved July 23, 2018, from https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/drugfacts/marijuana-medicine The article explain the definition of Medical Cannabis. The FDA has not acknowledge or accepted the cannabis plant as medicine .Recent animals studies have demonstrated that cannabis could help kill certain cancer cells and decrease the size of others. Other trials stated it could treat symptoms of illness and other conditions as of pain, inflammation, mental disorders, HIV/Aids and many more. Piotrowski, N. A. P. (2014). Medical Marijuana for Cancer. Retrieved from Research Starters database. (Accession No. 94462251) This article discuss the effects and use of medical cannabis. It address appetite problems and additionally sickness and its related spewing. It also, discuss on utilized regularly in people experiencing chemotherapy for growth, and especially in people who have not reacted to different types of treatment for those conditions. ...
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Running head: PERSUASIVE PAPER

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Medical Marijuana
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PERSUASIVE PAPER

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Introduction

Medical Marijuana refers to using unprocessed Marijuana or some of the extracts from
Marijuana to treat illness and other conditions (National Institute of Drug Abuse, 2018). The body
responsible for regulating foods and drugs in the U.S.A, FDA has not approved the use of
Marijuana in medication. However, there are scientific studies have proven that some of the
chemicals in Marijuana referred to as cannabinoids have resulted to FDA approved a medication
that contains cannabinoid chemicals in pill form. California is the first state to legalized medical
marijuana. Medical marijuana is a benefit because it decreases anxiety, slows and stops cancer
cells from spreading, and marijuana is also used to manage nausea and weight loss.
Medical Marijuana
Studies have been conducted that demonstrates the effectiveness of using medical Marijuana.
Before FDA recommended, the use of some of the chemicals found in Cannabis comprehensive
research was conducted before approving the chemical substance cannabinoid to be used in
medication. Cannabinoid chemical from Marijuana has no effects especially the “high”
experienced impacts when individuals use Marijuana. To be precise, the cannabinoid chemical as
present in Marijuana has no intoxicating effects. A cannabinoid is among 100 components found
in Marijuana, and thus its use in medication does not result in intoxication of patients. There are
many benefits that patients exhibit upon the use of this chemical from cannabis including
decreased levels of anxiety, insomnia, spasticity, and pain. Furthermore, the marijuana medication
enables the treatment of deadly conditions such as epilepsy. There is a part...

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