Should Access to Raw Cannabis Be a Basic Human Right? I know it seems like a bit of a stretch because of the stoner stigmas attached to marijuana but I believe that having access to fresh / raw cannabis due to its inherent dietary benefits aside from any of its psychoactive properties is a basic human right. I hope we can get over the fear that's been created and fabricated over the years, trying to keep it classified, regulated and essentially illegal.
It seems to be a slow process with lots of hurdles so far. The legalization that we were promised seems like it's taking forever as people keep being arrested and charged with the ludicrous crime of possessing or cultivating a plant. It truly is sad that at the very least it wasn't decriminalized but with that being said, we look forward to a hopeful 2017.
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Revolutionary! finally a sensible approach to Cannabis in Canada! LEGALIZATION (soon?) Giving us an Edge Worldwide as Full Legalization Inevitably Rolls Out. Giving the Canadian Cannabis Community the Power to Affect Change.
I hope as legalization rolls out in Canada that my fellow Canadians can take our rightful place in the world community as pioneers in understanding Cannabis and it's roll in the modern world. With the technology of today we can enhance our understanding of the Cannabis plant and it's roll in our diet in both recreational and medicinal applications. Furthering our understanding of how our body's processes impact one another.
We eagerly await the legislation and rules moving forward. We hope to have your favorite strains ready to go as soon as we're LEGALLY allowed to, until then we admire and support people like Marc Emery who have opened various locations serving the public "recreational" marijuana products showing that an open model approach can and will work.