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Thailand has become the first country in Southeast Asia to legalise the use of cannabis as a drug. Marijuana is said to be able to treat various diseases including Parkinson’s, asthma, insomnia, autism and even cancer. But there are also studies that have shown the negative effects cannabis, such as brain damage and addiction.
While hemp plants are now grown at the Royal Agriculture Pangda in Samoeng, weed remains illegal and banned in Thailand. “We will make the public understand that it’s for medical purposes only, not for recreation,” said Niyom Termsrisuk, the Secretary-General of Office of Narcotics Control Board (ONCB). The Thai military conducts search and destroy mission in the hills of Chiang Rai to rid of illegal drug plantations.
Marijuana. Weed. Pot. Cannabis. Whatever you call it, it’s recreational use is now legal in Canada, and that means some provinces will allow for home grows. But how do you grow pot? For more info, please go to http://www.globalnews.ca Subscribe to Global News Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20fcXDc Like Global News on Facebook HERE: http://bit.ly/255GMJQ Follow Global News on Twitter HERE: http://bit.ly/1Toz8mt #GlobalNewsExplains #GlobalNewsOriginal #GlobalNews
Canada has officially legalized recreational marijuana and that means some provinces will allow for home grows.
As of now, the federal government set a limit of four plants per household and most provinces and territories followed that advice except for Quebec and Manitoba, which banned home growing all together.
Dubbed the “Prince of Pot” Marc Emery has been a long time cannabis rights activist and set up multiple businesses over the years that promotes many aspects of pot culture.
Marc is the founder of Cannabis Culture and Pot TV which are two media publications that are well known for spreading cannabis culture information throughout the world and especially Canada. Not only from a business angle but also political, Marc has ruffled many tail feathers in the cannabis industry by starting up to 19 marijuana dispensaries in the provinces of Canada. As early as 1994 he sponsored a court challenge to overturn the cannabis laws in Canada allowing cannabis print media to be sold in Canada once again. Later on in 2000 Marc started the Marijuana Party of Canada.
Marc Emery landed in South Africa on Tuesday the 19th February 2019 and will be touring up the East Coast of South Africa meeting and greeting many South African activists along the way. He will be attending and hosting talks in many cities and towns during the course of the next week.
In this interview with , U.S. Global Investors CEO Frank Holmes and Galileo Global Equity Advisors Portfolio Manager Samuel Pelaez discuss cannabis stocks, along with the role blockchain is expected to play, and why they believe there is much more upside for cannabis investors.
As countries across the world look to decriminalise cannabis, Jim Connolly asks whether it’s time to change the law on the UK’s most popular illegal drug. Cannabis clubs claim record membership across the country, so Jim visits those who insist the drug causes less trouble than alcohol. He also travels to find out what other nations are trying – meeting the man behind the decriminalised drug system in Portugal, and follows a young cannabis user through the “dissuasion” court process.