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Tips for Growing Cannabis Seeds In Australia
Many laws govern the cultivation of marijuana seeds in Australia. It is important to research these laws and find out what penalties you might face if you purchase cannabis seeds from an Australian seed bank.
James is an experienced writer and legal cannabis advocate in Australia. He answers all the questions about business, legalisation and medicinal cannabis.
We will be discussing legal, safe, and easy ways to buy marijuana seeds in Australia. You will also learn about Australia’s cannabis history and current laws.
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Professor Robin Room highlighted the fact that problems caused by alcohol abuse are far more common than with cannabis. As a legal stimulant, alcohol is easy to obtain, which means high numbers of young people try it. Room put forward a suggestion of making decriminalising cannabis to give them an alternative, and perhaps less damaging option.
Despite this, cannabis continued to be used, and in the 1960s, its popularity increased. ‘Hippy culture’ embraced the psychedelic effects of the plant, which led to greater eradication efforts from the government.
Here’s a round-up of the penalties in the other states:
Using cannabis to tackle alcoholism
We have learned from the news that Australia is slowly changing its mind on medicinal cannabis: hopefully you have access to it very soon!
One alarming study conducted in 2009 found that 42% of young adults aged 16 to 24 had consumed 20 or more alcoholic drinks in a day, in the last year alone. Among the 15% who admitted to doing it at least once a month, 40% had injured themselves, 28% had created a public nuisance or disturbance, 13% had been violent towards someone, and 19% had damaged property.
The situation regarding access to medical cannabis in Australia is a sad joke ! At this stage, in a country of 25 million citizens, I believe there are less than 10 doctors willing / able to prescribe cannabis. On top of this, the parameters for who qualifies for treatment are incredibly limited. Basically, unless you are a left handed unicorn with one blue eye and one green eye, and your name is Gertrude, you will not get access. Further, unless you are a corporation willing to spend millions of dollars, you will not get a license to grow it as an individual for personal consumption …. all this from a government that proclaimed that it wanted Australia to become “the worlds largest exporter” of medical cannabis !! Oh the hypocrisy !! The winner with the current situation is (still) the unregulated and nefarious black market !! Due to this situation, one could almost say that the government is the drug pushers biggest ally. Sadly, people are dying before getting access to medical grade cannabis, being hopelessly addicted to Opioids, but not being able to have a couple of puffs of a natural plant product. However, this is OK with the Australian government . So I say to my government – pull your heads out of the sand and realise the billions of dollars in revenue that you are missing out on, the same billions now ending up in the black market economy and funding who knows what. The sky has not fallen in, in countries where access to cannabis has been granted . How about letting adults make adult decisions for themselves ? Peace and love to the world.
To use a further example, in the Northern Territory, prison sentences are in place for those who supply cannabis. These rise to as much as 25 years imprisonment if the offender sells the drug to a minor.