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A Milestone in Bangkok’s Thonglor District as ‘The Joint’ Celebrates Grand Opening

https://youtu.be/9rJXW0Y0wEU In a remarkable celebration of progress and cultural change, Bangkok's vibrant Thonglor district witnessed the much-anticipated grand opening of 'The Joint,' a pioneering weed shop that has quickly become a significant milestone in Thailand's evolving attitude towards cannabis. The grand opening event not only marked a new era for the district but also highlighted the shifting perceptions surrounding marijuana in the country. A Paradigm Shift in Perception For decades, Thailand's stance on cannabis has been defined by strict laws and a conservative …
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5 Health Benefits of Marijuana

1. Insomnia Insomnia can be caused by many different reasons; cannabis thankfully can assist by tackling the source. If you feel constantly tired throughout the day and day-napping shorts your desire to sleep at night, Sativa strains will help to keep you energized and going, restoring your sleep cycle in the process. Indica strains may be better for those who have a hard time calming down before sleeping. Indica strains induce a peaceful state that helps insomniacs to relax and stay …
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In Thailand, officially allowed to sell recreational marijuana in shops and online

Thailand on Thursday became the first country in Asia to decriminalize cannabis. However, tough penalties will still apply to those who use the drug to get high, said Thai Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul. In an interview, Anutin Charnvirakul said the move to decriminalize legal production of cannabis is taken to boost the economy. He also cautioned that recreational use of the drug still remains illegal. "We still have regulations under the law that control the consumption, smoking or use of cannabis products …
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3,000 Thai Prisoners Released due to Legalization of Marijuana

More than 3,000 people serving prison terms for offenses related to cannabis or hemp were released when the announcement of the Public Health Ministry, with the removing of the two plants from the country‚Äôs Category 5 narcotics list, effective immediately. Justice Minister Somsak Thepsuthin said today that there are currently 4,075 people serving terms in prisons across the country, after being convicted of drug abuse offenses related to cannabis or hemp. Of these, he said there are 1,004 who were also convicted …
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