Raw Cannabis a Human Right
Raw Cannabis a Human Right - Cannabis Party
raw cannabis should be a human right for medical patients,
the Cannabis Party says.
The Law Commission supported the
use of raw cannabis as a medicine.
released last week by the Ministry of Health echo Peter
Dunne's comments during an interview with Guyon Espiner
where he ruled out raw cannabis.
"In the 23 States of the
US where raw cannabis is legal for medical use, it has
proven to be superior to isolated cannabinoid extracts,"
party leader Julian Crawford said.
non-pharmaceutical cannabis products to be considered in New
Zealand, the patient would have to be on their death-bed.
This violates the Human Rights of thousands of people who
are in pain or suffering daily but do not have a terminal
Cannabis Party policy would allow patients or
their caregivers to grow cannabis or buy it from specialised
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