This website was actually created primarily as a place to disseminate copies of a poster that I am working on. I want to do a large A0 size poster run in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch using this official release version 1.0
It’s high time to
Nice people take drugs too
Criminalising society reduces our GDP
Won’t need new prisons & save $60M/yr
Free up police and justice system to focus on actual crime
Helps bring trust back to the police force (and raise morale)
Cannabis Industry will stimulate Job Growth!
Foster pot-tourism to add billions to tourism market
Effective treatment for Glaucoma and Multiple sclerosis
Cannabis scientifically proven to reduce lung cancer!
God made weed, man made Alcohol – who do you trust?
Half of all Kiwis are criminals… because 52% have tried pot
Prohibition provides lucrative revenue stream to gangs
Pot seeds are a great source of nutrients
Hemp excellent in-demand quality fibre
Pot enriches soil by fixing nitrogen
Emerging Clinical Applications for Cannabis & Cannabinoids: A review of the recent scientific literature in 2009, reviews nearly 200 scientific trials assessing the therapeutic utility of cannabinoids for the treatment of nineteen clinical indications: Alzheimer’s disease, ALS, chronic pain, diabetes mellitus, dystonia, fibromyalgia, gastrointestinal disorders, gliomas, hepatitis C, HIV, hypertension, incontinence, MRSA, multiple sclerosis, arthritis, sleep apnoea, and Tourette’s syndrome.
Also See: Endocannabinoids: The Brain and Body’s Marijuana and Beyond (Hardcover)
Cannabis more likely to cure cancer than cause it:
2009: Cannabinoid action induces autophagy-mediated cell death through stimulation of ER stress in human glioma cells, by Guillermo Velasco, Complutense University, Madrid, Spain.
2009: Cannabinoid action induces autophagy-mediated cell death through stimulation of ER stress in human glioma cells, by Salazar et al. Journal of Clinical Investigation, 2009; DOI: 10.1172/JCI37948.
1975: THC Shrinks Tumours, by Munsen A.E et al. J Nat Cancer Inst, Vol 55, No. 3, Sept 1975.