A mother has now created her own business selling cannabis.
Sarah Glynn, who lives in Devon, is the mother of two, and says she has been a victim of the drug trade.
“The drug trade is going to be the worst thing ever to happen to my family.
I’m going to put this on the front of my fridge,” she said.
“I’ve been told that people are going to die, they’re going to get addicted, they are going, they will die, I can’t believe it.”
Ms Glynn started selling cannabis from her garden in May last year.
She said she started the business because she wanted to help other people in similar situations.
“It’s something I can actually make a difference to, I want to help the people that need it and not just those who can afford it,” she explained.
“That’s why I started this business.”
“I love it.
“There are so many benefits to it, it can give you relief from everything, anxiety, depression, pain, headaches. “
“For me personally, it has helped me in the short term but in the long term I’m glad I’ve got it because I can see myself doing something similar to other people.” “
Ms Meegan said she was devastated when her daughter, 13, was raped and murdered. “
For me personally, it has helped me in the short term but in the long term I’m glad I’ve got it because I can see myself doing something similar to other people.”
Ms Meegan said she was devastated when her daughter, 13, was raped and murdered.
“She’s probably been the most beautiful, innocent little girl in the world,” she added.
“We never expected to see that, we just assumed she was going to grow up to be a beautiful, healthy girl, that was our expectation.”
Ms Davenport said she wanted the business to help people like Ms Glynns children.
“My daughter was a happy little girl, she had a great smile on her face, she was a very good person, she just had a good sense of humour,” she told ABC News.
“So we just wanted to give something back to her, that’s what we’re here for.”
Ms O’Connor said she is also very lucky to have been able to work with Ms Gynns.
“Being the mother that she is, I was never able to be that positive in her life, I never really felt like she was safe, I felt unsafe,” she shared.
“But with me working with her, I realised that there is a lot that you can do and I can do that with her.”
“We have all the tools we need to make a positive difference, I’m so lucky to be able to do that.”
‘There are no safe places for women to work’ Ms Olin said she wants the drug business to create a safer environment for women.
“Women are often the ones that are targeted, targeted for things like rape and violence, because women aren’t seen as the victims of the violence, and we’re not given the right to work in safe workplaces,” she revealed.
“If you are a woman, you’re not safe.”
Ms Naughton said she did not want the drug to be seen as a recreational drug, but said it should be viewed as a safer alternative to legal, illicit drugs.
“Drugs like cannabis, I think, are an option for people that don’t have the money to buy those drugs and it can be an alternative,” she admitted.
“Because of the way the government has dealt with the issue of drugs, they’ve put it under the control of the Police, and they’ve taken it away from the police.”
Ms Brough said she felt like the government needed to step in and make sure women were safe in their workplaces.
“People are saying it’s illegal, it should not be legal, it shouldn’t be a drug,” she lamented.
“And yet it is.
And that’s why we have to have laws around it.”