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Lesotho: Kingdom Becomes First African Country to Legalize Cannabis
Author: restore 04/10/2017 - 19:44:00

By Michael Bachara 
Hemp News 

Lesotho, a country of two-million people surrounded by South Africa, is perfectly situated to produce large volumes of high quality, low cost cannabis due to its expertise in high altitude cultivation. 

For many years, Lesotho’s farmers have been growing cannabis for consumption at home and exporting their harvest across the border in South Africa. Similarly, in Swaziland, growing cannabis and exporting the herb to South Africa has provided for many families, despite the plant being outlawed. 

Cannabis is not yet fully legal in South Africa, so citizens cannot legally cultivate, sell or smoke, and how the court ruling applies is still somewhat obscure, but it seems, globally, cannabis culture is becoming more tolerated. 

Last month, Lesotho’s Ministry of Health has authorized Verve Dynamics, a South African company that manufactures herbal medicines and skincare products, to grow, process, and sell cannabis for medicinal purposes.

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Original article from crrh.org:Lesotho: Kingdom Becomes First African Country to Legalize Cannabis


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