End The Drug War T-shirt collection by Legalize Belarus. Limited edition

GODS & CANNABIS

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MARY THE MOTHER OF CANNABIS

The Mother of God T-shirt takes a well-deserved flagship status in the "Gods & Cannabis" collection. Weed Madonna holds an armful of cannabis leaves, being a symbol of holiness and divinity of Cannabis genus.

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JARYLA,  BLOW OUT

Nobody remembers when the god of sensual love Jaryla was diagnosed with cancer. Nobody remembers when he started chemotherapy and lost his hair. Jaryla has always been portrayed with a bong in his hands. Probably, he struggled with loss of appetite caused by harmful cancer treatment.

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MOKASH POWER

Mokash is the patroness of women and their business, especially hemp fiber spinning. Traditionally, her image is associated with hemp flour. The goddess of marriage and childbirth.

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PIARUN, GIVE ME A LIGHT

Piarun is the god of heavenly fire, perhaps the main deity of the ancient Belarusian pantheon. He is usually seen as a Herculean stately man, that sends fire to the place where a joint needs to be lighted.

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DAZHBOH OF HARVEST

Dazhboh is the god of sunshine and harvest, the patron and mentor of marijuana growers. His mood directly affects hemp yields. Literally translating from old Slavic, Dazhboh is the god that gives. Belarusians have always tried to please him.

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Legalize Belarus is a civic movement that emerged in 2017 as a reaction against inhumane and ineffective drug policy in Belarus. The campaign is trying to further public discussion on drug policy in the context of human rights, civil liberties and with an evidence-based approach. The campaign focuses on educating youth about drugs, about harm reduction practices and on advocating for decriminalisation of small amounts of controlled substances.

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