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The Global Marijuana March

IN PICTURES: The first Saturday of May has been reserved by cannabis users around the world since 1999 for the Global Marijuana March.
TAP – The plant is highly medicinal although you need to know how to take it, which needs a doctor to help you to identify what you’re taking it for, and how to do that.  Read Bonni Weinstein’s book ‘Cannabis Revealed’.  You don’t smoke it.  In legal countries, no problem to use it.  Grow it in a row of sunflowers.  It’s invisible to the eye so no questions.  Fresh and juiced is best.  but take a tiny amount to start with as everyone’s reactive dose is different.
The first Saturday of May has been reserved by cannabis users around the world since 1999 for the Global Marijuana March. Here, a woman takes part in a march through the streets of Mexico City in support of the legalization of marijuana.
The first Saturday of May has been reserved by cannabis users around the world since 1999 for the Global Marijuana March. Here, a woman takes part in a march through the streets of Mexico City in support of the legalization of marijuana. Photo:REUTERS/Ginnette Riquelme
The event is an international response to prohibition that calls for legalization of the plant and amnesty for those who
The event is an international response to prohibition that calls for legalization of the plant and amnesty for those who’ve been punished for using it. Here, a man smokes cannabis through a mask during the Global March for Marijuana in Bogota, Colombia. Photo:REUTERS/Jaime Saldarriaga
Men smoking cannabis through a pineapple during the Global March for Marijuana in Bogota, Colombia.
Men smoking cannabis through a pineapple during the Global March for Marijuana in Bogota, Colombia. Photo:REUTERS/Jaime Saldarriaga
A participant holds up a flag during a march through the streets in support of the legalization of marijuana in Mexico City. The words on the flag read:
A participant holds up a flag during a march through the streets in support of the legalization of marijuana in Mexico City. The words on the flag read: ‘Legalize it.’ Photo:REUTERS/Ginnette Riquelme
A man smoking cannabis through a watermelon during the Global March for Marijuana in Bogota, Colombia. Marches were held in cities around the world, including Mexico, Bogota and Rio de Janeiro in Latin America.
A man smoking cannabis through a watermelon during the Global March for Marijuana in Bogota, Colombia. Marches were held in cities around the world, including Mexico, Bogota and Rio de Janeiro in Latin America. Photo:REUTERS/Jaime Saldarriaga
A woman joins the Global March for Marijuana in Medellin, Colombia.
A woman joins the Global March for Marijuana in Medellin, Colombia. Photo:REUTERS/Fredy Builes
Men prepare a joint during during the Global March for Marijuana in Medellin, Colombia. Since 1999, hundreds of thousands of people have participated in over 829 different cities in 72 countries.
Men prepare a joint during during the Global March for Marijuana in Medellin, Colombia. Since 1999, hundreds of thousands of people have participated in over 829 different cities in 72 countries. Photo:REUTERS/Fredy Builes
Men prepare a joint during during the Global March for Marijuana in Medellin, Colombia. A notable event in cannabis culture, it
Men prepare a joint during during the Global March for Marijuana in Medellin, Colombia. A notable event in cannabis culture, it’s associated with cannabis-themed events, including marches, meetings, rallies, raves, concerts, festivals and attempts at educational outreach. Photo:REUTERS/Fredy Builes
A man smokes weed through a banana during the Global March for Marijuana in Medellin, Colombia.
A man smokes weed through a banana during the Global March for Marijuana in Medellin, Colombia. Photo:REUTERS/Fredy Builes
Participants attend the Global Marijuana March in Berlin, Germany.
Participants attend the Global Marijuana March in Berlin, Germany. Photo:REUTERS/Axel Schmidt
Published 5 May 2018
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