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Cannabis legalization has been changing over the years. Every country has its own rules and regulations when it comes to the herb.
The U.S. has been the leading country in marijuana reform, but other countries are increasingly progressing to set up their medical cannabis programs. The industry is moving forward rapidly with over 25 states in America that have either embraced full legalization, or are relaxing restrictions on personal use, sale and distribution, and cultivation of medical cannabis. Due to the recent surge of evidence of marijuana’s medical benefits, government policies have also adapted to make marijuana more accessible. In Canada, it is legal to use cannabis under Health Canada licence for medical purposes. Countries like Latin American and Europe are also increasingly adopting medical cannabis programs. In South Africa, the Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Health announced that the Department of Health would soon regulate access to medical cannabis for prescribed health conditions. When it comes to North Korea, it is reported that cannabis is legal and socially acceptable.
The legality of cannabis for medicinal or recreational use varies from country to country. iCannabinoid will showcase international marijuana laws, including American state-by-state legal information regarding possession, cultivation, and legalization for patients to protect themselves. Along with recent research studies from reputable scientific peer reviewed journals, live feed news outlets will be available for a deeper understanding.