Where to buy synthetic cannabis in Hamilton – 6 retailers banned from selling legal highs

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According to Legal Highs NZ website, 6 Hamilton legal highs retailers have been temporarily banned from selling psychoactive substances including legal weed products also known as “synthetic cannabis” – this comes after months of pressure from some Hamilton residents and politicians. People looking to buy synthetic cannabis or legal highs in Hamilton will have to turn to online legal highs retailers such as our long time sponsor Party Pill Highs. For more information on the six stores affected please follow this link http://www.legalhighs.co.nz/synthetic-cannabis/six-hamilton-legal-highs-stores-closed/2014 For more information on where to buy legal highs in Hamilton or online please visit this link http://www.legalhighs.co.nz/where-to-buy-legal-highs-in-new-zealand

A pioneering act which scientifically regulates legal highs rather than banning them has attracted global drug reformers to New Zealand.

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The reformers meet in Auckland this month to discuss the Psychoactive Substances Act and advocate further drug reform. The act offers a world-first scientific and health-oriented approach to legal highs. The British Government was reportedly looking to New Zealand as a positive model. Speaker Rick Doblin, a long-time drug advocate and founder of the US-based Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies, said it was a basic right that people be able to access their own states of consciousness. ”While these are substances which people use for recreation, they also use them for spirituality,” he said. I hope we learn in the United States that we should focus on reduction of harm and purity of drugs.” Many were looking to New Zealand as a pioneer after the enactment of the act last year, Star Trust general manager Grant Hall said. A key part of the new legislation has been the ability to remove products from the market that cause harm. Five have already been removed. Before the act came into force about 200 legal high products were sold from 4000 outlets throughout …