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Mullaways Medical Cannabis Pty Ltd - Legalise Medical Cannabis, Australia
Petition Background (Preamble):
(Target Signatures 10,000 - AUSTRALIAN RESIDENTS SIGNATURES ONLY PLEASE)
This petition of: Certain citizens of Australia.
Draws to the attention of the House: The chronically ill and dying Australians, sufferers of Cancer, HIV/AIDS, Epilepsy, etc whom choose to use Cannabis as a medical option to help manage/alleviate severe pain, nausea, appetite, etc (as is their base human right - The Common Law and Doctrine of Informed Consent) yet whom continue to be criminalised for simply using a medicine that provides them pain relief and a higher quality of life. Many find Cannabis does help them, and are treated as common criminals and junkies for it.
Though Cannabis has been demonised for the past 50 years, natural Cannabinoids are a valid and important part of the human body/system, and have been used worldwide for thousands of years in health maintenance. Most commonly smoked, Cannabis can also be used in Tinctures, Patches, Creams, Oils, Edibles or Vaporized as healthier alternatives. In short, research has shown Cannabinoids can help countless illnesses.
We the undersigned petitioners therefore ask the House to: Legislate a system for medical Cannabis which allows for medical research/development, and the production/distribution of Cannabis/Cannabinoid based products in Australia (which would allow companies such as Mullaways Medical Cannabis Pty Ltd to proceed).
The Mullaways Medical Cannabis Pty Ltd - Legalise Medical Cannabis, Australia petition to The Honourable The Speaker and Members of the House of Representatives was written by Mullaways Medical Cannabis Pty Ltd and is in the category Health at GoPetition. Contact author here. Petition tags: mullaways medical cannabis pty ltd, mullaways medical cannabis, mullaways, medical cannabis, cannabis, cannabinoids, medicine, medication, health, human rights, law & order, legalise, legalisation