Willie Nelson, Cannabis Activist


Willie Nelson is an American icon and an outspoken Cannabis Activist. “Whiskey River take my mind…” Everyone knows Willie Nelson. At some point in time you have heard Willie, saw him in a movie on TV, or maybe you were even caught singing one of his tunes.

Hailing from Texas, a state with a notorious hatred towards marijuana, Nelson continues to speak his mind about Cannabis prohibition. We are starting to overcome the fear-mongering and anti-cannabis activism that the “Reefer Madness” generation livedAt the age of 83, Wille still tours and speaks his mind about the wonders of Cannabis.

I think people need to be educated to the fact that marijuana is not a drug. Marijuana is an herb and a flower. God put it here. If he put it here and he wants it to grow, what gives the government the right to say that God is wrong?

Willie has his own Cannabis line available in Marijuana clinics and Cannabis dispensaries where legal. Willie’s Reserve is a way of life to him. As a Cannabis activist, Willie Nelson has never made any bones about it, he has always operated under a simple philosophy: my stash is your stash.

The biggest killer on the planet is stress and I still think the best medicine is and always has been Cannabis.

The points Wilie makes are succinct. He uses his celebrity platform to educate the mainstream on the benefits of marijuana. “The only way Marijuana can kill someone is if a bail of it falls on their head,” jokes Nelson.

We know what we know about Cannabis and about the benefits of the plant. Science backs up what people have known for years, but the people who are making all the money are making all the rules. Big Pharma wants to keep you drugged, not see you get better. People who get better are no longer in need of what Big Pharma produces.

Thank you Willie. Thank you for speaking out on Cannabis prohibition and helping us move towards a union of Marijuana legalization. You are a hero cannabis activist for us here at InstaTree USA. Best said, since Willie is in his 80’s — if Marijuana was a gateway drug, it had better hurry.

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