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Legalisation and medical usage of drugs.

The legalisation of illicit substances has been a debate within the addictions field since these substances first became prohibited. As it can be seen when the illegality of any drug is traced back, many of the drugs that are illegal today were first prohibited due to social changes and social pressures. 539 more words

Puff, Puff, Pass.

The clock strikes 4:20 and the scent of cannabis floats through the air. Thousands have gathered in Hyde Park to protest in favour of legalisation of cannabis despite the weather. 841 more words


The World’s Most Eco-Friendly Car: It’s Made Entirely From HEMP

The World’s Most Eco-Friendly Car: It’s Made Entirely From HEMP

The worlds most Eco-friendly car, the Kestrel, was designed in Canada by Calgary-based Motive Industries INC. 507 more words

Family divided over need for cannabis

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Last updated 05:00 06/07/2014

Jessika Guest plans to take her 6-year-old daughter Jade back to the US so she can administer her medicinal marijuana to combat her epilepsy. 821 more words

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New sex drug could change world, says reporter Jack Boyle

It’s been two years since the Welsh pharmaceutical magnate Hugh G. Hugh released Satisfactomol on to the public market through the “ 1,026 more words

To legalise or prohibit drugs?

My position on drugs is clear from a previous post. I am against the concept of recreational use of drugs (with exceptions on medical usage of drugs). 1,616 more words

The World's Favorite Drug is More Dangerous than You Think, UN Says

As the world is watching the impact of marijuana legalisation measures in Uruguay and several American states, the United Nations warns that the widespread public perception that pot is a low-risk drug is dangerously mistaken. 172 more words

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