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Please consider the following questions:
Is it right that our youth have an incredibly dangerous, toxic and socially problematic drug as their only recreational option?
If there is a safer option why would we ignore and outlaw it or, even worse, stigmatise it?
Alcohol vs. cannabis: Which one is safer and therefore the responsible choice?
If you have ever pondered these questions before, or having read the above are now doing so, GOOD! We hope we can help you find some answers to empower you to make the responsible choice for yourself, your family and our society.
Oh but it is. Actually by now it would be worth more. Of course we are not talking about the cost of just one beer. We are talking about the social cost of alcohol to our country in the year 2004 to 2005. THAT FIGURE IS THE ANNUAL COST. However that was 11 years ago. […]
‘I have long been interested in classifications of people, in how they affect the people classified, and how the effects on the people in turn change the classifications. We think of many kinds of people as objects of scientific inquiry. Sometimes to control them, as prostitutes, sometimes to help them, as potential suicides. Sometimes to […]
Lung Cancer, Psychosis and Depression: If so why would you do it? If I had a dollar for every time I have heard someone talking about the above negative effects of cannabis use I would be, well, not exactly rich, but I’d have that whole fat clinking pocket thing happening, nearly. This is largely due […]
We’ve all used the drug ethanol (alcohol) for years, so it can’t be that bad…can it? Well let’s investigate that for a moment shall we? Hands up if you’ve used alcohol before. (Responsible Choice puts hand up). Pretty much all adults over the age of 18 in our great country have before at one time […]
"Drink? The New Science of Alcohol and Your Health" - Professor David Nutt (2019)
Drink? holds the key to all the questions you want to know the answers to, covering mental health, sleep, hormones, fertility and addiction. It sheds light on what 'responsible drinking' truly means and equips us with the essential knowledge we all need to make rational, informed decisions about our consumption now and in the future.
"Drugs Without the Hot Air" - Professor David Nutt (2012)
This essential read is for anyone interested in drugs, and for parents, teachers, doctors and others who have to work with the consequences of drug use in our society. It poses many provocative questions, including how harmful is alcohol compared to illicit drugs?
"The Culture High" - Adam Scorgie (2015)
The HIGHLY anticipated follow up film to the cult classic documentary The Union: The Business Behind Getting High.