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Support has grown for the petition of Green Party MP Caroline Lucas, which calls for the government to formally asses the impact of the 1971 Misuse of Drugs Act. This act is largely responsible for the legal classification of drugs in the United Kingdom; and we haven't properly analysed how effective it has proved in minimising the harms associated with...
With the cost of cannabis being so high these days, many people are finding that they're struggling to afford enough to meet their needs; especially those who are medical users, in need of large quantities. In order to help reduce this cost I've put together a few tips which I've discovered over the years, on how the get the...
  Having enjoyed a rather wonderful day at the London 420 Hyde Park meeting on Saturday, I was surprised to see that most media coverage was negative. Not just unfairly balanced (i.e. mentioning the 'dangers' of the plant), but completely missing the point, and even inviting some of the most deluded prohibitionists along to add their mucky two pence pieces....
This is a great way to make use of residue left on Volcano vaporiser bags. For years I just threw them away once they were a few months old, but a while back I read some forum posts about using this trick, and I think even Dopefiend mentioned it on some of his podcasts. First things first, this isn't...
So we've reached a tipping point in the cannabis law reform movement. Our friends across the pond have recently seen the first states legalise the recreational use and sale of cannabis, and it's our turn to kick up a fuss, and have a great time in the process. This event is being organised by NORML UK and the United...
  While many of us recreational users may bemoan how hard life is when it comes to the legality of cannabis, spare a thought for those who rely on the plant to ease their pain and the symptoms of their very serious conditions. Cannabis can be used to treat a variety of things, from cancer, multiple sclerosis, and autism/ADHD, to...
For many cannabis users, the cost of the plant becomes either an unwanted nuisance or at worst, an impenetrable barrier between them and their medication. The cost of growing a cannabis plant is very low indeed. Rather than the inflated £10/$15 per gram prices on the black market, in coffee shops, and sadly even many dispensaries, the actual cost...
  It's amazing what can happen in just a few years. If you want to imagine where we could go in future, you just need to see what we've accomplished in the past. (Click to zoom)