Cannabis & NZ

Medical Cannabis is already legal in over 40 countries and 33 US States.
In 2020 New Zealand too can legalise marijuana for future generations.

Cafe Society

New Zealand is renowned for quality coffee and exciting food in our many fantastic cafe’s. Join us in welcoming edibles onto the menu of your favourite coffee or pizza shop.

The Helen Clark Foundation say YES

Overall our analysis argues that the disproportionately adverse effects of current policies on cannabis use justify putting in place legalisation and effective regulation.

A legal future

Roll Up NZ are collating cannabis stories from throughout the world to demonstrate just how NZ might change.

Why use up the forests which were centuries in the making and the mines which required ages to lay down, if we can get the equivalent of forest and mineral products in the annual growth of the hemp fields?

Henry Ford

Its Business Time

Explore why we feel the time is right for New Zealand to catch up with everyone else.

Economic Benefits

New Zealanders currently smoke 27,440 kilograms of cannabinoids a year, meaning the tax haul from consumers alone could be around $200m to $250m.

Social Benefits

Police spend $90m a year on cannabis-related “interventions”, with another $109m of costs sunk through the justice system. Where would you rather Police direct $200m?

Hemp & Food

Hemp seeds can produce a variety of food products including hemp milk, hemp oil, hemp cheese substitutes and hemp-based protein powder.

The classification of drugs has been based more on cultural and political factors than on scientific evidence. Those classification judgments have scarred the lives of countless millions of people around the world who have been caught up in the criminal net cast over what is deemed to be illegal drug possession, use and supply.

Helen Clark – The Guardian
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