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December 2018 saw marijuana being approved by the Thai government for medicinal research and use – the first ever legalization of this drug in part of the world that has some incredibly strict drug laws.
Thailand’s junta-appointed parliament passed a vote to make amendments to the 1979 Narcotic Act during an additional parliamentary session which was held in order to handle a number of rushed bills before commencing the New Year holiday.
The cannabis industry is booming with no signs that it will slow down any time soon. In fact, the industry is estimated to be at $22 billion by 2022. As cannabis continues to grow on the business side, more local growers are diving into cultivating the plant themselves to cut out the middle man. As the plant gets legalized in more states across the country, the door to growing is unlocked for countless potential growers.
The only thing stopping many is the simple lack of knowledge in how to grow.
With the legalization of marijuana in some states in the US, every new entrant interested in growing and cultivating marijuana for medical or recreational purposes must make a research to discover the new laws governing the cultivation of Marijuana in each state or their place of residents. This is because states laws vary, while some states allow the cultivation of marijuana for medical and recreational purposes others do not.
Here is a guide on the cultivation status of marijuana in states where its use has been legalized.
In recent years, cannabis social clubs have taken off in a big way. While some people confuse them with cannabis collectives which focus on distributing medicinal cannabis, they are a very different thing.
The term Cannabis Social Club refers to a social venue or club where cannabis users can consume marijuana on the premises – something which isn’t possible in other public places. A Cannabis Social Club is a non-commercial organization that organizes collective, professional growing of cannabis strains in limited amounts – just sufficient to cover their members’ personal requirements.
Possession of small quantity of marijuana became legal in Washington, DC on Thursday, 26th February, 2015 despite an encounter between the Republican-led U.S Congress and local officials over the new regulations. The U.S capital joined Alaska, Colorado and Washington State in making marijuana legal for recreational use, reflecting a shifting legal landscape for the drug.
The District of Columbia law enables adults to carry as much as 2 ounces (56 grams) of marijuana and to cultivate six plants at home, with three of them mature. Sales are prohibited but transfer of up to 1 ounce (26 grams) is legal.
It seems like such a simple question! But like many of the cannabis laws across the country, the answer is cloudy. Strictly speaking, on a federal level, cannabis remains illegal under the Controlled Substance Act. It is considered a Schedule 1 drug, which is a reflection of the DEA’s ludicrous belief that cannabis has no medical value and has a high likelihood for abuse. (Alongside cannabis on the Schedule 1 list is heroin and LSD. Meth and cocaine are Schedule 2, which helps illustrate the ridiculousness of the DEA’s system.)