Thailand Will Soon Allow Its Citizens To Grow Cannabis At Home To Sell To The Government

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Thailand Will Soon Allow Its Citizens To Grow Cannabis At Home To Sell To The Government

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Sara Brittany Somerset
Nov 17, 2019,


“In the near future, families will be able to plant cannabis trees in their back gardens like any other herb.”

Thailand is ramping up medical marijuana legalization efforts that will soon allow all Thais to cultivate six cannabis plants in their homes and sell their home-grown harvest to the government, to turn into medical marijuana.

In addition to the historic push for “home grow” regulations, Thailand has built what the government describes as the largest, industrial-scale medical marijuana facility in Southeast Asia.

Anutin predicts fully legalized marijuana would be a more significant and lucrative crop for Thailand than rice, sugarcane, tapioca, rubber, or other produce in his nation’s mostly agrarian economy.

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