An important element of Locke’s theory of natural rights is that it bears the name natural. According to Locke, those rights are natural because they are pre-political that is to say that everyone in the state of nature is entitled to them. Pre-political is the state of nature which arises before any form of political authority. Thus, in a sense, Locke’s natural rights are similar to contemporary human rights.
Locke justifies his doctrine of limited government by advocating that a restrained government is the best way to protect rights. For example, the right to property is one of the natural rights and therefore pre-political. As a result government cannot violate this right. There are certain important rights, upon which the government cannot infringe. Although Locke stays rather neutral on the question of what form of government is appropriate, he stresses that a limited government is given by consent and restricted by subordination of power.
LIFE- I think, therefor I am. It is Pre-Political no laws should be passed on how you choose to experience life, being alive is basically defined as having consciousness. Your consciousness,is Pre- political free to do what you want with it..
LIBERTY- Self Explanatory- pre-Political, you are free to choose to consume entheogens that effect your consciousness it is your right, it is your experience of life no one else's.
PROPERTY Pre-Political First off all plants, game water and air are public property and natural resources to be shared and consumed. I'll say it again, property to be consumed. Entheogens grow from the earth all around people and always have since there have been people or even animals. Throughout history animals including people have gotten high, wether its a toads toxin produced as a deterrent against predators, mushrooms that look tasty or rye grain stock molded with ergot which contains LSD. It is one's natural right to consume and be in possession(property) of these god given plants(or isolates/synthasites from) our shared common resources.