Perhaps one of the most controversial questions that can be asked of cannabis law reform campaigns is a very simple one: “Is cannabis a drug?”
What we also need is a government willing to take the blinkers from its eyes and to accept the fact that there is clearly a great deal of medicinal benefit to be had from herbal cannabis.
The market for SCRA’s only exists because people want cannabis. The way to kill the trade in these synthetic drugs is to allow access the what people want – the real thing; cannabis.
CLEAR has launched a new campaign called of “EX-SCRA – Exposing Synthetic Cannabinoid Receptor Agonists”
David Nutt, the professor famously sacked by the last Labour government for undermining the official policy toward cannabis by telling the truth has just issued another interesting study called “Popular… Read more »
Cannabis has never killed anyone directly.
The best is left to last though. The final drug we’re warned about is – go on, guess. You’ll never guess…
As regards this leaflet, it’s worth 2/10 and half a cheer at best.
The Today programme on Radio 4 is hardly to be compared with the lower reaches of the gutter press – like the Daily Mail for example – but this morning’s report about a new study went some way to bridging that gap.