In Australia, a leafleting campaign has been launched to try to educate schoolchildren about the drug’s effects.
A group of cannabis growers, teachers and students in Sydney have launched the leaflet ‘The Cannabis Effect’, which has been translated into English.
It aims to teach children about the effects of cannabis and encourage them to take up the plant as an alternative to smoking cigarettes.
The leaflet was inspired by the leaflets distributed to teachers at an Australian school last year.
The campaign is based on the leaflets distributed to schools in the UK and the US.
“This leaflet will encourage students to think about the consequences of using cannabis,” the leafleteller said in a statement.
“It is important for teachers to be aware of the potential health effects of the drug and it is a safe drug for adults.”
It’s also important for schools to have a leafletelling program to educate students about the potential benefits of cannabis.
“The leafleters are working to get the leafleted to schools across Australia, and have already raised $200,000.
“The cannabis effect is a real thing that we can have a positive impact on the lives of our children.” “
We’ve got to show that we are the ones who can stop this from happening, and we will,” the group’s founder, Toni Foulkes, told Al Jazeera.
“The cannabis effect is a real thing that we can have a positive impact on the lives of our children.”
The group will start to distribute leaflets around the city of Sydney, with a target of 300 schools by the end of the month.
“They are going to start to get leaflets and they are going a bit more local, to get a bit of the school community to sign up to sign them and they will be distributed to all schools in Sydney,” Foulke said.
“But we have to get them to the school and make sure they know that this leaflet is about cannabis.”
One leaflet says: “It’s been scientifically proven that cannabis causes a cannabis plant to grow, to develop and to flower.”
It says: “‘Cannabis Plant’ is an Australian Plant with a variety of properties including medicinal and recreational.
Its use has been approved by the US Department of Health.”
The Leafleteller group is hoping to expand its leaflettling efforts, with the aim of creating leaflet campaigns in more schools in Australia.
“If we can get all of these schools to sign onto it, then we can see what we can do to have more awareness about the plant,” Fourkes said.
The Leaflet Campaign is a campaign in support of a leaflette leaflet campaign in Australia that has raised $80,000 and the organisation is hoping that its leaflet can be used to educate more schoolchildren.
“Cannabidiol, the active ingredient in cannabis, is a psychoactive compound that has a wide range of therapeutic and medicinal properties,” the Leafletellers website says.
“Its a non-psychoactive component of cannabis that is not toxic to humans.”
Leaflet campaigners say that a leaf is a valuable tool in teaching children about health, and that the leaf is not just a simple sticker.
“There are a lot of health benefits to cannabis and cannabis use in general,” Folykes said in the statement.
“The leaflet itself, it’s a very practical, very easy way to get your students interested in the science of cannabis, and also get them engaged in it in the first place.”