Canada becomes second nation in the world to legalize marijuana By Bani Sapra, CNN Updated 10:55 AM ET, Wed June 20, 2018
“...What's legal and what's not Once the bill is formally approved, adults will be able to carry and share up to 30 grams of legal marijuana in public. They also will be allowed to cultivate up to four plants in their households and prepare products such as edibles for personal use. However, stringent rules will still govern the purchase and use of marijuana. Consumers are expected to purchase marijuana from retailers regulated by provinces, territories or -- when neither of those options are available -- federally licensed producers. Marijuana will also not be sold in the same location as alcohol or tobacco...” www.cnn.com/2018/06/20/health/canada-legalizes-marijuana/index.html
that is great, all countries should do this. cannabis does nothing but good for all. non addictive, not a stepping stone drug, or whatever they call it, there are so many lies about it to make it sound dangerous. good news
I’ve never had any. I use Kratom for pain. Marijuana is apparently even more effective for pain. When I see Big Pharma pushing to outlaw Kratom, I wonder what I would do without it. If I were deprived of Kratom, legal marijuana would be my next choice. I would have to relocate from Texas to get it.