10,000 cannabis scratch and sniff cards handed out in battle against drug factories

Daily Echo: 10,,000 cannibis scratch and sniff cars handed out in battle against drug factories 10,,000 cannibis scratch and sniff cars handed out in battle against drug factories

Scratch and sniff cards loaded with the smell of cannabis are being handed out in Hampshire in a police battle against cannabis factories.

Up to 10,000 cards are being handed out across the county as part of the scheme to educate the public about what the plants smell like so they can alert police to dope farms in their area.

The county is one of 17 police forces across England and Wales involved in the initiative.

National Police Lead for Cannabis, Chief Superintendent Bill Jephson said: ''Those who commercially cultivate cannabis are serious and organised criminals often involved in other criminal ventures.

"Houses in residential areas are used to produce the cannabis, which brings violent offenders into the heart of our communities and leads to a real risk of fire and flood.

''Ordinary people who come forward and share their concerns will be our best source of information.

"The campaign explains the tell-tale signs that a cannabis farm exists and how people can ensure the information they have gets to the police in confidence.

"I would urge everyone to act as our eyes and ears or, in this case, our noses to sniff out the criminals.''

Today's campaign, targeting cannabis growing hotspots, is the second phase in a publicity drive that was launched last spring.

According to figures from the UK Human Trafficking Centre, in 2012 around a fifth of human trafficking victims thought to have been criminally exploited were forced to get involved in growing cannabis. Most of those, 81%, were children.

Last summer, energy watchdog OFGEM revealed that a third of all costs relating to energy theft were as a result of cannabis farms.

Founder and Chairman of Crimestoppers, Lord Ashcroft KCMG PC, said: ''The campaign run by Crimestoppers last year highlighted just how much people care about removing cannabis farms from their community.

''Quite often, those running cannabis cultivation operations are also involved in other serious and organised crime, such as human trafficking and possession of weapons.''

Detective Superintendent Kath Barnes, from Hampshire Police, said: ''Cannabis is often seen as harmless and somehow acceptable. This is just not the case. It's harmful to use and many people including children, across the world, are exploited in furtherance of the cannabis trade.''

As well as giving the public a whiff of the drug, the campaign highlights telltale signs that a house or flat is being used as a cannabis farm, including constantly covered windows and strong lighting always being on.

There may be visitors at anti-social hours, high levels of heat and condensation, the buzz of ventilators and lots of cables.

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9:35am Thu 26 Jun 14

Brite Spark says...

Where are they handng out these cards!
Where are they handng out these cards! Brite Spark
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10:33am Thu 26 Jun 14

massimoosti says...

How anyone can have the worldly authority to make the growing of a natural plant illegal is amazing.

Ban a natural product that makes you think and question and only allow products that dumb you down.
How anyone can have the worldly authority to make the growing of a natural plant illegal is amazing. Ban a natural product that makes you think and question and only allow products that dumb you down. massimoosti
  • Score: 14

10:41am Thu 26 Jun 14

sotonmusical says...

Are they also going to make cards that have the smell of MacDonald's burgers and Coca Cola - to crack down on the stuff that's REALLY unhealthy for you?
Are they also going to make cards that have the smell of MacDonald's burgers and Coca Cola - to crack down on the stuff that's REALLY unhealthy for you? sotonmusical
  • Score: 12

10:56am Thu 26 Jun 14

sotonmusical says...

PS - Echo - that silly Dolphin page keeps popping up - very annoying!
PS - Echo - that silly Dolphin page keeps popping up - very annoying! sotonmusical
  • Score: -1

11:01am Thu 26 Jun 14

THINKER25 says...

"According to figures from the UK Human Trafficking Centre, in 2012 around a fifth of human trafficking victims thought to have been criminally exploited were forced to get involved in growing cannabis. Most of those, 81%, were children. "

How about takling this problem (And more than likely all the others) with Legalising the growth of the Plant and controlling who grows and sells it.
"According to figures from the UK Human Trafficking Centre, in 2012 around a fifth of human trafficking victims thought to have been criminally exploited were forced to get involved in growing cannabis. Most of those, 81%, were children. " How about takling this problem (And more than likely all the others) with Legalising the growth of the Plant and controlling who grows and sells it. THINKER25
  • Score: 5

1:48pm Thu 26 Jun 14

Dai Rear says...

"According to figures from the UK Human Trafficking Centre, in 2012 around a fifth of human trafficking victims thought to have been criminally exploited were forced to get involved in growing cannabis. Most of those, 81%, were children"
They mean Viets. I have seen some the spitting image of Ho Chi Minh who have memorised a birth date after26/06/1996.
Social worker in jeans and anorak comes to nick; copper opens cell spy hole. "Get up" "Ner, not one of ours" says social worker. because fellow citizens, if they can persuade our fine officials that they're under 18 they'll not be prosecuted and will in fact become "cared-for children"
You couldn't make it up, could you?
And, before we get the myriad of "legalise it" one hit wonders-please-Nick Clegg's report says legalise it. Does ANYTHING that that man thinks matter to ANYONE?
"According to figures from the UK Human Trafficking Centre, in 2012 around a fifth of human trafficking victims thought to have been criminally exploited were forced to get involved in growing cannabis. Most of those, 81%, were children" They mean Viets. I have seen some the spitting image of Ho Chi Minh who have memorised a birth date after26/06/1996. Social worker in jeans and anorak comes to nick; copper opens cell spy hole. "Get up" "Ner, not one of ours" says social worker. because fellow citizens, if they can persuade our fine officials that they're under 18 they'll not be prosecuted and will in fact become "cared-for children" You couldn't make it up, could you? And, before we get the myriad of "legalise it" one hit wonders-please-Nick Clegg's report says legalise it. Does ANYTHING that that man thinks matter to ANYONE? Dai Rear
  • Score: 3

4:10pm Thu 26 Jun 14

Ed Zeppelin says...

It's a tricky one to call when you consider that the most dangerous drugs in terms of deaths per annum, cost to society in terms of healthcare, policing and social care are legally obtainable twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. The laws surrounding the manufacture and distribution of alcohol and tobacco have not prevented a healthy economy from operating outside of the law so is it foolish to assume that the same would happen should cannabis be legalised for anything other than medicinal use?

I know you'll be screaming that it is harmless and just a bit of fun but I have seen too many people damaged by the long term use of drugs and alcohol, too many families split up, children placed in care, parents in prison, lost too many friends to psychosis induced by the long term use. I thought it was cool twenty years ago too.

But I grew up,

As for the people who are trafficked into this country to produce cannabis they are victims of the demand that our country has created. It;s ultimately our fault.

Life is so mind numbingly dull for some people that drugs are a great way of pretending that you're enjoying yourself. A way of blocking out the economic and social wasteland that this country is turning in to.

With respect to other people who have posted on this comment: Does cannabis really make you think more clearly? Does four Mars bars at two in the morning seem like a good idea?

It's not about keeping the doors of perception tightly shut but about using the right key to open them.
It's a tricky one to call when you consider that the most dangerous drugs in terms of deaths per annum, cost to society in terms of healthcare, policing and social care are legally obtainable twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. The laws surrounding the manufacture and distribution of alcohol and tobacco have not prevented a healthy economy from operating outside of the law so is it foolish to assume that the same would happen should cannabis be legalised for anything other than medicinal use? I know you'll be screaming that it is harmless and just a bit of fun but I have seen too many people damaged by the long term use of drugs and alcohol, too many families split up, children placed in care, parents in prison, lost too many friends to psychosis induced by the long term use. I thought it was cool twenty years ago too. But I grew up, As for the people who are trafficked into this country to produce cannabis they are victims of the demand that our country has created. It;s ultimately our fault. Life is so mind numbingly dull for some people that drugs are a great way of pretending that you're enjoying yourself. A way of blocking out the economic and social wasteland that this country is turning in to. With respect to other people who have posted on this comment: Does cannabis really make you think more clearly? Does four Mars bars at two in the morning seem like a good idea? It's not about keeping the doors of perception tightly shut but about using the right key to open them. Ed Zeppelin
  • Score: 5

6:04pm Thu 26 Jun 14

Poppy22 says...

Having seen the total break up (followed by illness and a death) of a family where their son became seriously mentally ill as a result of prolonged cannabis use, my view is that it should stay illegal and possession and use be treated more seriously by the authorities. And what about cannabis users' children (and pets) who are also breathing in the cannabis? What long-term effect will it have on the children? If people want to use cannabis legally, at least there are places like Amsterdam which can be visited (and you can certainly tell by the smell when you're entering the drugs quarter there!). If people can afford to buy cannabis regularly, then they can afford to take trips to Amsterdam to use the drug freely there.
Having seen the total break up (followed by illness and a death) of a family where their son became seriously mentally ill as a result of prolonged cannabis use, my view is that it should stay illegal and possession and use be treated more seriously by the authorities. And what about cannabis users' children (and pets) who are also breathing in the cannabis? What long-term effect will it have on the children? If people want to use cannabis legally, at least there are places like Amsterdam which can be visited (and you can certainly tell by the smell when you're entering the drugs quarter there!). If people can afford to buy cannabis regularly, then they can afford to take trips to Amsterdam to use the drug freely there. Poppy22
  • Score: 3

7:17pm Thu 26 Jun 14

imspacedout says...

Poppy22 wrote:
Having seen the total break up (followed by illness and a death) of a family where their son became seriously mentally ill as a result of prolonged cannabis use, my view is that it should stay illegal and possession and use be treated more seriously by the authorities. And what about cannabis users' children (and pets) who are also breathing in the cannabis? What long-term effect will it have on the children? If people want to use cannabis legally, at least there are places like Amsterdam which can be visited (and you can certainly tell by the smell when you're entering the drugs quarter there!). If people can afford to buy cannabis regularly, then they can afford to take trips to Amsterdam to use the drug freely there.
Ridiculous and dangerously inaccurate comment! No family would break up just because of someone using cannabis, and cannabis doesn't cause mental illness. It's more likely the person used cannabis to deal with stress and depression and the family reacted negatively to that, therefore making their situation worse. Treated more seriously? You must be kidding! People medicating for glaucoma, epilepsy, depression, multiple sclerosis have no choice but to use the cannabis illegal or not. Give them a 20 year sentence for growing shall we? You wanting it illegal funds these commercial operations and limits the quality of what people smoke. Then you're saying it's okay for people in Amsterdam to smoke it but not here? What? So never smoke it unless going to Amsterdam when it could be done in the comfort of peoples own homes? If some careless smokers smoke around pets or children then not all smokers should be punished for that, and even so I'd be be concerned about cancer causing cigarette smoke! You just don't understand that cannabis isn't a "bit of fun" it has medicinal, inspirational, spiritual and relaxation uses.
[quote][p][bold]Poppy22[/bold] wrote: Having seen the total break up (followed by illness and a death) of a family where their son became seriously mentally ill as a result of prolonged cannabis use, my view is that it should stay illegal and possession and use be treated more seriously by the authorities. And what about cannabis users' children (and pets) who are also breathing in the cannabis? What long-term effect will it have on the children? If people want to use cannabis legally, at least there are places like Amsterdam which can be visited (and you can certainly tell by the smell when you're entering the drugs quarter there!). If people can afford to buy cannabis regularly, then they can afford to take trips to Amsterdam to use the drug freely there.[/p][/quote]Ridiculous and dangerously inaccurate comment! No family would break up just because of someone using cannabis, and cannabis doesn't cause mental illness. It's more likely the person used cannabis to deal with stress and depression and the family reacted negatively to that, therefore making their situation worse. Treated more seriously? You must be kidding! People medicating for glaucoma, epilepsy, depression, multiple sclerosis have no choice but to use the cannabis illegal or not. Give them a 20 year sentence for growing shall we? You wanting it illegal funds these commercial operations and limits the quality of what people smoke. Then you're saying it's okay for people in Amsterdam to smoke it but not here? What? So never smoke it unless going to Amsterdam when it could be done in the comfort of peoples own homes? If some careless smokers smoke around pets or children then not all smokers should be punished for that, and even so I'd be be concerned about cancer causing cigarette smoke! You just don't understand that cannabis isn't a "bit of fun" it has medicinal, inspirational, spiritual and relaxation uses. imspacedout
  • Score: -1

7:24pm Thu 26 Jun 14

imspacedout says...

Ed Zeppelin wrote:
It's a tricky one to call when you consider that the most dangerous drugs in terms of deaths per annum, cost to society in terms of healthcare, policing and social care are legally obtainable twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. The laws surrounding the manufacture and distribution of alcohol and tobacco have not prevented a healthy economy from operating outside of the law so is it foolish to assume that the same would happen should cannabis be legalised for anything other than medicinal use?

I know you'll be screaming that it is harmless and just a bit of fun but I have seen too many people damaged by the long term use of drugs and alcohol, too many families split up, children placed in care, parents in prison, lost too many friends to psychosis induced by the long term use. I thought it was cool twenty years ago too.

But I grew up,

As for the people who are trafficked into this country to produce cannabis they are victims of the demand that our country has created. It;s ultimately our fault.

Life is so mind numbingly dull for some people that drugs are a great way of pretending that you're enjoying yourself. A way of blocking out the economic and social wasteland that this country is turning in to.

With respect to other people who have posted on this comment: Does cannabis really make you think more clearly? Does four Mars bars at two in the morning seem like a good idea?

It's not about keeping the doors of perception tightly shut but about using the right key to open them.
Psychosis from long term use lol; not that old saying again. Cannabis does not cause mental illness; period. No one living a relatively comfortable life who smokes cannabis regularly becomes unstable. That's more to do with people taking it alongside other drugs such as alcohol and yes their living conditions in society. However, even in an ideal place without poverty and lack of jobs people would smoke cannabis not to "pretend" they're enjoying themselves but to experience something which does open minds and has many beneficial uses beyond just a "nice feeling". Your four mars bars comparison makes no sense because that's just eating unhealthy junk for no apparent reason while many people smoke some cannabis and the CREATE like people who smoke it and make music rather than let the economic and social wasteland get to them. SOME people do not use cannabis wisely and DO abuse it such as mix it with tobacco but it is in itself harmless and never is a CAUSE of mental illness.
[quote][p][bold]Ed Zeppelin[/bold] wrote: It's a tricky one to call when you consider that the most dangerous drugs in terms of deaths per annum, cost to society in terms of healthcare, policing and social care are legally obtainable twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. The laws surrounding the manufacture and distribution of alcohol and tobacco have not prevented a healthy economy from operating outside of the law so is it foolish to assume that the same would happen should cannabis be legalised for anything other than medicinal use? I know you'll be screaming that it is harmless and just a bit of fun but I have seen too many people damaged by the long term use of drugs and alcohol, too many families split up, children placed in care, parents in prison, lost too many friends to psychosis induced by the long term use. I thought it was cool twenty years ago too. But I grew up, As for the people who are trafficked into this country to produce cannabis they are victims of the demand that our country has created. It;s ultimately our fault. Life is so mind numbingly dull for some people that drugs are a great way of pretending that you're enjoying yourself. A way of blocking out the economic and social wasteland that this country is turning in to. With respect to other people who have posted on this comment: Does cannabis really make you think more clearly? Does four Mars bars at two in the morning seem like a good idea? It's not about keeping the doors of perception tightly shut but about using the right key to open them.[/p][/quote]Psychosis from long term use lol; not that old saying again. Cannabis does not cause mental illness; period. No one living a relatively comfortable life who smokes cannabis regularly becomes unstable. That's more to do with people taking it alongside other drugs such as alcohol and yes their living conditions in society. However, even in an ideal place without poverty and lack of jobs people would smoke cannabis not to "pretend" they're enjoying themselves but to experience something which does open minds and has many beneficial uses beyond just a "nice feeling". Your four mars bars comparison makes no sense because that's just eating unhealthy junk for no apparent reason while many people smoke some cannabis and the CREATE like people who smoke it and make music rather than let the economic and social wasteland get to them. SOME people do not use cannabis wisely and DO abuse it such as mix it with tobacco but it is in itself harmless and never is a CAUSE of mental illness. imspacedout
  • Score: -1

8:01pm Thu 26 Jun 14

Turtlebay says...

sotonmusical wrote:
PS - Echo - that silly Dolphin page keeps popping up - very annoying!
Obviously you haven't got an advert pop up stopper installed in your browser!
[quote][p][bold]sotonmusical[/bold] wrote: PS - Echo - that silly Dolphin page keeps popping up - very annoying![/p][/quote]Obviously you haven't got an advert pop up stopper installed in your browser! Turtlebay
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2:33am Fri 27 Jun 14

WoolstonSean says...

imspacedout wrote:
Ed Zeppelin wrote:
It's a tricky one to call when you consider that the most dangerous drugs in terms of deaths per annum, cost to society in terms of healthcare, policing and social care are legally obtainable twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. The laws surrounding the manufacture and distribution of alcohol and tobacco have not prevented a healthy economy from operating outside of the law so is it foolish to assume that the same would happen should cannabis be legalised for anything other than medicinal use?

I know you'll be screaming that it is harmless and just a bit of fun but I have seen too many people damaged by the long term use of drugs and alcohol, too many families split up, children placed in care, parents in prison, lost too many friends to psychosis induced by the long term use. I thought it was cool twenty years ago too.

But I grew up,

As for the people who are trafficked into this country to produce cannabis they are victims of the demand that our country has created. It;s ultimately our fault.

Life is so mind numbingly dull for some people that drugs are a great way of pretending that you're enjoying yourself. A way of blocking out the economic and social wasteland that this country is turning in to.

With respect to other people who have posted on this comment: Does cannabis really make you think more clearly? Does four Mars bars at two in the morning seem like a good idea?

It's not about keeping the doors of perception tightly shut but about using the right key to open them.
Psychosis from long term use lol; not that old saying again. Cannabis does not cause mental illness; period. No one living a relatively comfortable life who smokes cannabis regularly becomes unstable. That's more to do with people taking it alongside other drugs such as alcohol and yes their living conditions in society. However, even in an ideal place without poverty and lack of jobs people would smoke cannabis not to "pretend" they're enjoying themselves but to experience something which does open minds and has many beneficial uses beyond just a "nice feeling". Your four mars bars comparison makes no sense because that's just eating unhealthy junk for no apparent reason while many people smoke some cannabis and the CREATE like people who smoke it and make music rather than let the economic and social wasteland get to them. SOME people do not use cannabis wisely and DO abuse it such as mix it with tobacco but it is in itself harmless and never is a CAUSE of mental illness.
Well put :)
[quote][p][bold]imspacedout[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ed Zeppelin[/bold] wrote: It's a tricky one to call when you consider that the most dangerous drugs in terms of deaths per annum, cost to society in terms of healthcare, policing and social care are legally obtainable twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. The laws surrounding the manufacture and distribution of alcohol and tobacco have not prevented a healthy economy from operating outside of the law so is it foolish to assume that the same would happen should cannabis be legalised for anything other than medicinal use? I know you'll be screaming that it is harmless and just a bit of fun but I have seen too many people damaged by the long term use of drugs and alcohol, too many families split up, children placed in care, parents in prison, lost too many friends to psychosis induced by the long term use. I thought it was cool twenty years ago too. But I grew up, As for the people who are trafficked into this country to produce cannabis they are victims of the demand that our country has created. It;s ultimately our fault. Life is so mind numbingly dull for some people that drugs are a great way of pretending that you're enjoying yourself. A way of blocking out the economic and social wasteland that this country is turning in to. With respect to other people who have posted on this comment: Does cannabis really make you think more clearly? Does four Mars bars at two in the morning seem like a good idea? It's not about keeping the doors of perception tightly shut but about using the right key to open them.[/p][/quote]Psychosis from long term use lol; not that old saying again. Cannabis does not cause mental illness; period. No one living a relatively comfortable life who smokes cannabis regularly becomes unstable. That's more to do with people taking it alongside other drugs such as alcohol and yes their living conditions in society. However, even in an ideal place without poverty and lack of jobs people would smoke cannabis not to "pretend" they're enjoying themselves but to experience something which does open minds and has many beneficial uses beyond just a "nice feeling". Your four mars bars comparison makes no sense because that's just eating unhealthy junk for no apparent reason while many people smoke some cannabis and the CREATE like people who smoke it and make music rather than let the economic and social wasteland get to them. SOME people do not use cannabis wisely and DO abuse it such as mix it with tobacco but it is in itself harmless and never is a CAUSE of mental illness.[/p][/quote]Well put :) WoolstonSean
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12:40am Fri 25 Jul 14

Dr Martin says...

imspacedout wrote:
Ed Zeppelin wrote:
It's a tricky one to call when you consider that the most dangerous drugs in terms of deaths per annum, cost to society in terms of healthcare, policing and social care are legally obtainable twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. The laws surrounding the manufacture and distribution of alcohol and tobacco have not prevented a healthy economy from operating outside of the law so is it foolish to assume that the same would happen should cannabis be legalised for anything other than medicinal use?

I know you'll be screaming that it is harmless and just a bit of fun but I have seen too many people damaged by the long term use of drugs and alcohol, too many families split up, children placed in care, parents in prison, lost too many friends to psychosis induced by the long term use. I thought it was cool twenty years ago too.

But I grew up,

As for the people who are trafficked into this country to produce cannabis they are victims of the demand that our country has created. It;s ultimately our fault.

Life is so mind numbingly dull for some people that drugs are a great way of pretending that you're enjoying yourself. A way of blocking out the economic and social wasteland that this country is turning in to.

With respect to other people who have posted on this comment: Does cannabis really make you think more clearly? Does four Mars bars at two in the morning seem like a good idea?

It's not about keeping the doors of perception tightly shut but about using the right key to open them.
Psychosis from long term use lol; not that old saying again. Cannabis does not cause mental illness; period. No one living a relatively comfortable life who smokes cannabis regularly becomes unstable. That's more to do with people taking it alongside other drugs such as alcohol and yes their living conditions in society. However, even in an ideal place without poverty and lack of jobs people would smoke cannabis not to "pretend" they're enjoying themselves but to experience something which does open minds and has many beneficial uses beyond just a "nice feeling". Your four mars bars comparison makes no sense because that's just eating unhealthy junk for no apparent reason while many people smoke some cannabis and the CREATE like people who smoke it and make music rather than let the economic and social wasteland get to them. SOME people do not use cannabis wisely and DO abuse it such as mix it with tobacco but it is in itself harmless and never is a CAUSE of mental illness.
""but it is in itself harmless and never is a CAUSE of mental illness""

Oh dear not good at this cannabis debating are you?
[quote][p][bold]imspacedout[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ed Zeppelin[/bold] wrote: It's a tricky one to call when you consider that the most dangerous drugs in terms of deaths per annum, cost to society in terms of healthcare, policing and social care are legally obtainable twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. The laws surrounding the manufacture and distribution of alcohol and tobacco have not prevented a healthy economy from operating outside of the law so is it foolish to assume that the same would happen should cannabis be legalised for anything other than medicinal use? I know you'll be screaming that it is harmless and just a bit of fun but I have seen too many people damaged by the long term use of drugs and alcohol, too many families split up, children placed in care, parents in prison, lost too many friends to psychosis induced by the long term use. I thought it was cool twenty years ago too. But I grew up, As for the people who are trafficked into this country to produce cannabis they are victims of the demand that our country has created. It;s ultimately our fault. Life is so mind numbingly dull for some people that drugs are a great way of pretending that you're enjoying yourself. A way of blocking out the economic and social wasteland that this country is turning in to. With respect to other people who have posted on this comment: Does cannabis really make you think more clearly? Does four Mars bars at two in the morning seem like a good idea? It's not about keeping the doors of perception tightly shut but about using the right key to open them.[/p][/quote]Psychosis from long term use lol; not that old saying again. Cannabis does not cause mental illness; period. No one living a relatively comfortable life who smokes cannabis regularly becomes unstable. That's more to do with people taking it alongside other drugs such as alcohol and yes their living conditions in society. However, even in an ideal place without poverty and lack of jobs people would smoke cannabis not to "pretend" they're enjoying themselves but to experience something which does open minds and has many beneficial uses beyond just a "nice feeling". Your four mars bars comparison makes no sense because that's just eating unhealthy junk for no apparent reason while many people smoke some cannabis and the CREATE like people who smoke it and make music rather than let the economic and social wasteland get to them. SOME people do not use cannabis wisely and DO abuse it such as mix it with tobacco but it is in itself harmless and never is a CAUSE of mental illness.[/p][/quote]""but it is in itself harmless and never is a CAUSE of mental illness"" Oh dear not good at this cannabis debating are you? Dr Martin
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