I share a chronic illness with millions of people worldwide.
It gives me, on an almost daily basis, more pain than I have had in my life in total, until now.
All of the drugs that are recommended for us have significant, serious and irreversible side affects.
Alzheimer’s, migraines, nausea, liver issues, high cholesterol and on and on and on.
So why are they recommended? Because big pharmaceutical companies make them, doctors (who are too tired, overworked, disinterested or just don’t care) prescribe them, and they make billions of dollars. For Research and Development we are told. Or maybe bonuses and conferences.
Why, in 2018, can I not get access to the one medicinal supplement that has more than thirty years of extensive, proven, large sample size research? Because it is illegal to do so here in Australia.
In the US it is legal in many States and Canada will be making it legal nationally this month. The US has reaped massive taxation benefits and Canada will follow.
We could have been manufacturing this by now, and collecting taxes I would be more than happy to pay.
Even if South Australia went ahead and completely legalised it’s distribution but controlled it’s growth, the tax benefit would pay for the new South Road within ten years.
So why not here? Why is Australia yet again at the bottom of the pile of innovation and acceptance of irrefutable evidence from over a dozen countries?
Perhaps if our Federal politicians popped their collective heads out of the sand, followed by the presently archaic national president of the AMA (Australian Medical Association), instead of fighting over who has the biggest office, we might actually move forward.
So tens of millions of us worldwide, and approximately two million Australians, suffer excruciating pain every day of our lives because the very people who are meant to have our best interests at heart cannot see past their own reflection.
Wake up. Eminent scientific researchers worldwide agree that Cannabis Oil eases our pain, does not have any side affects and is not addictive. And we will pay taxes on it.
Not addictive? Well then no long term money in it for the pharmaceutical companies to produce it, and so overdoses of OxyContin (the leading recommend drug) kill more Americans than car crashes each year, and we are following closely behind.
A stroke of a pen would give us back our lives, yet it is more important to get a spot on a shock-jocks radio program or to discuss who gets what Ministry.
I think I might join the exodus and move to Canada.
2 thoughts on “Since when is it a crime to want to get better?”
I live in Nebraska, and Colorado has legalized marijuana. I’ve often thought I should go there for a week or two and experiment to see if it works. I wish Australia would legalize it, too!
It definitely works for me, I was fortunate enough to have a small trial. Far less pain, felt so much better…blood government! Forty Government’s now have legalised it but ours is too busy fighting over their jobs.
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