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February 2011

May 2010

April 2009

The Keele Report 2009

By |April 21st, 2009|

Assessing the impact of cannabis use on trends in diagnosed schizophrenia in the United Kingdom from 1996 to 2005. This is one of the most important of cannabis v schizophrenia

February 2009

September 2008

Rick Simpson – Run From The Cure

By |September 21st, 2008|

https://youtu.be/0psJhQHk_GI This documentary, more than any other documentary, has revealed the cancer curing properties of the Dagga plant. There is still a long way to go testing this claim, but

August 2008

May 2007

November 2005

September 2005

June 2004

March 2004

October 2003

February 2002

Gareth Prince Judgement

By |February 10th, 2002|

The first ever constitutional challenge to the SA Dagga laws drew to a close. Ras. Gareth Prince, lost his case by the narrowest of margins 6/5. His challenge to practice

October 1997

April 1997

June 1996

Proposition 215 1996

By |June 21st, 1996|

In 1996 California became the first US state to decriminalise marijuana and made it available as medicine to persons with cancer, AIDS and chronic illnesses. First state wide mmj initiative

December 1995

November 1993

The Vienna Declaration

By |November 20th, 1993|

"The Vienna Declaration calls for the incorporation of scientific evidence into illicit drug policies. Research shows that the criminalization of illicit drug users is fuelling the HIV epidemic and has

April 1993

SA Cannabis Archaeology 1812-30

By |April 24th, 1993|

This April 1993 edition of "The Digging Stick", South African archaeology periodical, mulls over the question: did the bushman smoke either tobacco or Dagga before the white man arrived. There is

November 1992

August 1982

September 1980

December 1975

November 1972

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