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  1. lostmente

    swim has known of growers getting off raids when they backed up their reason for growing with evidence that their customers were terminal patients.

    It's also common practice for employers to allow employee's to smoke up in their breaks if they so need to.

    lostmente added 0 Minutes and 44 Seconds later...

    fear links?

    Cannabis-based drug seeks approval
    Jul 16, 2008 1:43 PM
    The Ministry of Health is recommending the approval of a cannabis-based drug in New Zealand.
    Sativex is a mouth spray extracted from cannabis plants. It's recently been approved in Canada for patients suffering from multiple sclerosis.
    Ministry spokesman Bruce Atmore has told Parliament's Health Select committee they support Sativex being available in New Zealand.
    He says it has a fast absorption that and with no involvement in the illegal market it's been chosen as the possible therapeutic to use.


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