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Citizens of Thailand may soon be able to grown their own cannabis plants

A bill that will allow the Thailand’s households to grow up to six cannabis plants is being proposed, which, if passed, will ease access is a country where there is a long tradition of using cannabis and the kratom plant for wellness purposes. Thailand was the first Southeastern Asian country to regulate medicinal cannabis in 2018, when a law was passed unanimously in favour of the policy change.


Such a bill would break the current monopoly held by the Thai government on marijuana production, and empower doctors outside of governmental hospitals to treat patients with their own supply. As mentioned before, Thailand has a rich history of using cannabis medicinally, although it continues to be subject to strict laws. Should law pass, it would drastically change the country’s legal approach to recreational marijuana usage, which currently carries a penalty of up to 10 years of incarceration and expensive fines.


For more on this story, check out this story on High Times


Se propone un proyecto de ley que permitirá que los beneficios de Tailandia produzcan hasta seis plantas de cannabis, que, de aprobarse, facilitará el acceso es un país donde existe una larga tradición de uso de cannabis y la planta de kratom con fines de bienestar. Tailandia fue el primer país del sudeste asiático en regular el cannabis medicinal en 2018, cuando se aprobó por unanimidad una ley a favor del cambio de política.


Tal proyecto de ley rompería el monopolio actual del gobierno tailandés sobre la producción de marihuana y facultaría a los médicos fuera de los hospitales gubernamentales para tratar a los pacientes con su propio suministro. Como se mencionó anteriormente, Tailandia tiene una rica historia de uso de cannabis con fines medicinales, aunque sigue estando sujeto a leyes estrictas. Si se aprueba la ley, cambiaría drásticamente el enfoque legal del país sobre el uso recreativo de la marihuana, que actualmente conlleva una pena de hasta 10 años de encarcelamiento y fines costosos.


https://hightimes.com/news/citizens-of-thailand-may-soon-be-allowed-to-grow-their-own-cannabis/

Citizens of Thailand May Soon Be Allowed To Grow Their Own Cannabis