December 2021: The Party has a new name; Legalise Cannabis Australia Donations can be received via; legalise.org.au/donate Please support the campaign to re-legalise home-grown Cannabis The Party appreciates your donation for candidate nomination fees and campaign funding in the next federal election. ABN: 75 964 710 260 Terms and conditions for donations to the HEMP […]
THE WHOLE PLANT Re-legalise and regulate personal, medical and industrial use. The Party has a plan to integrate the whole plant into our everyday lives for medicine, food security, the environment and social harmony. Just say grow – free Cannabis for personal use. It’s official 22 December 2021: The Party meets the requirements to remain […]
The Aims & Objectives of the Party shall be: to endorse candidates to contest federal elections. to legalise Cannabis in all states and territories of Australia for personal use medical and therapeutic industrial purposes collecting and disseminating knowledge relating to all or any of the Party’s aims campaigning to, and lobbing of, all sectors of […]
Cannabinoid receptors are present in mammalian systems and several classes of G-Protein coupled receptors have been identified.
There are more than 480 natural components found within the Cannabis plant, of which 66 have been classified as “cannabinoids.” Entourage Effect.
For the pioneer biofuel industry, hemp provided the biomass that Henry Ford needed for his production of ethanol before prohibition last century.
Cannabinoid receptors are found in distinct areas of the brain and spinal column
It is my belief that cannabis should not have been made illegal, and all laws drafted regarding its use contravene international human rights law. When the law upholds sacramental cannabis use, prohibition is dead.
Holy pot has been smoked by Goddess worshippers since before history, and was first banned by those who sought to subjugate feminine spirituality.
The study of marijuana cannabinoid biology has led to many important discoveries in neuroscience and immunology. These studies have uncovered a new physiological system, the endocannabinoid system, which operates in the regulation of not only brain function but also the regulation of the immune system.