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Thai Cabinet Green-Lights Medical Weed – Opium And Kratom, Too

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13 hours ago, Henrik Andersen said:

Soon all Thai people is on medical weed surely it will be easy to get a receipt just as same as a driver license 

Dead toll will rise now 

To be honest, I propose that speaking in generalities, having the Thai people driving high or stoned, is safer than them driving sober. They drive like mad people for the most part, if they were stoned they'd probably drive slower and more cautiously lol 

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I think im starting to get a cold or flu or something.... Can i get a couple grams?

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I was initially hopeful that this eventually might make Kratom 'safe' to possess.  Since it grows here and I would prefer something social that isn't alcohol, I had a quick re-read on Erowid and it seems Kratom can give the liver a very hard time.  Just a heads up for anyone considering the same.

 

Btw, I've ordered CBD for delivery here, thinking it was legal (because zero to negligible THC).  It got here without issue or mis-description on packaging, but I noticed zero effect from it, which is unlike what most comments say.  I haven't tried to order anything like it again as it looks like it's not legislated for in a water tight way.  Probably down to 'the officer on duty' as many things are.

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6 hours ago, webfact said:

“Even when this bill becomes a law, marijuana will be used for medical purposes only,”

That's a major step in the right direction regarding palliative care in Thailand.  Kudos!

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1 hour ago, Inepto Cracy said:

Your story seems similar to me, also a retired vet. I also have joint replacements and chronic pain almost all the time.

I use canna oil in Cape Town because its legal there. It cured my cancer, I was stage 4 asophogeal cancer and skin cancer. I don't believe any of the naysayers, I have plenty medical proof it did cure me.

Thailand has also gone the stupid USA route and stopped Dormicum. How stupid, just because they cant be adult enough to use medicines wisely. Again no problem to get it in South Africa.

Anyway, the laws here can go from a no to a yes and back to a no, in a milli second.

So we will see what happens.

wow, you were at stage 4 cancer and you survived it with CBD? I have heard of evidence that it can shrink tumours, but to recover fully from a stage 4 cancer is really remarkable. If that is the case, it is absolutely DISGUSTING how governments are preventing people access to this plant, it's ridiculous 

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I Salute the Thai Government for such positive initial step, please move forward to legalize full medical use of Cannabis and Kratom 

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22 hours ago, Lupatria said:

I smell a lot of unusual wealth already...

Wow, Cop now know there's money to be made freely again. LOOK out 7/11 bag sales are on the up again 

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One plant can yield 500 grams, not 50 grams. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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27 minutes ago, Ulic said:

One plant can yield 500 grams, not 50 grams. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Not the sales policy of a local dealer:stoner:

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19 hours ago, gwynt said:

Wonder if that means that CBD Oil will now be generally available by internet or only available through restricted channels?

 

 

Only where it's legal.

 

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3 hours ago, Easy Come Easy Go said:

wow, you were at stage 4 cancer and you survived it with CBD? I have heard of evidence that it can shrink tumours, but to recover fully from a stage 4 cancer is really remarkable. If that is the case, it is absolutely DISGUSTING how governments are preventing people access to this plant, it's ridiculous 

Simple answer really.... Money. South Africa sells canna oils around the world, but its only legal in the Cape Town area by court order. Australia sells its canna oils to Canada, denying Australians their own produce. Its illegal in Australia.

Lesutho sells its cannabis to the world, but its an illegal drug in the mountain kingdom.

Money money money.

Chemo is designed to kill you slowly while making you pay as much as the doctors or hospitals can squeeze out of you, before you expire.

See the money pattern.

Watch on youtube canna oils stop chronic Parkinsons shaking in under 20 minutes.

Personally I think money has helped doctors forget their Hippocratic Oath and go for greedy money instead.

I wont even begin to tell you of the thieving by Thailands Private Hospitals. That you can check up by asking for a proceedure, then ask the price if you pay using a health insurance, then ask the price if you self pay.

Even hospital doctors are openly dissussing this greed now.

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6 hours ago, gjoo888 said:

I can feel my glaucoma acting up again. 

My depression and pain in my ass is acting up again. Please Khun doctor ganja. I need the good Thai sticks. 

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