The decision to ban cannabis was an accident of history.

There was no careful root and branch review of the evidence. Instead, Australia was represented at a

League of Nations meeting in Geneva in 1925 where delegates from several countries decried the

dangers of cannabis. As Robert Kendell outlines in his book Cannabis Condemned:

The question is do we want to help people, cure them of illness, ease their sufferring, or do we want to create a criminal enviroment.
It's a fact that if a high value is placed on a commodity, crime is close by.

Following up on our aricle: NSW claims improvements to medicinal cannabis access, but what about the cost?

From www.echo.net.au

The NSW Opposition is keeping the pressure on the Berejiklian Government to remove obstacles blocking access to legalised medicinal cannabis.

Doctors and patients have repeatedly complained about long processing times and repeated applications.

The Hemp Health & Innovation Expo is headed back to Sydney!

Australia’s largest cannabis event, the Hemp Health & Innovation (HHI) Expo & Symposium is heading back to Sydney 12 & 13 May 2018! Now in its third year, HHI Expo sees thousands of Sydneysiders descend upon Rosehill Gardens seeking information and awareness around all the crucial benefits the hemp and cannabis plants offer: hemp food, medicinal products, fabrics & textiles, clothing, beauty products, building materials, health products, gardening and hydroponic equipment and more.

Regarding the article recently puiblished by ABC and reference to the video;
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-03-11/brisbane-father-blames-barriers-to-cannabis-oil/9536918
Steve Peak says Suli's seizures dropped by 90%.His GP said it's likely that medicinal cannabis reduced the frequency and severity of Suli's seizures.

Not too long ago, a 50-year-old man from Illinois was diagnosed with “incurable inoperable” lung and pericardial heart sac cancer. The doctors told him he had about a year to live, but could opt to undergo chemotherapy to extend his life.