Giantweed Canada has reprinted the article Thailand Plans to Allow Citizens to Grow and Sell Cannabis from Cannabis Training University.
In an effort to keep up the country’s medical cannabis industry momentum, Thailand plans to allow citizens to grow and sell up to six cannabis plants to supply the country’s medical marijuana market. Under its current cannabis laws, recreational users and growers could face up to 10 years in prison plus exorbitant fines for violating the law. Thailand made history last year when it became the first Southeast Asian country to legalize medical marijuana use and production. Despite its progressive stance on medical marijuana, Thailand has some of the harshest penalties for possession or cultivation. The proposed new cultivation […]
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