In a historic decision, the Israeli government approved the regulation of the domestic cannabis market: a significant relief in enforcement will begin in the coming months, and shops selling cannabis and its products are due to open during the following year.
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Over the past few months, the medical cannabis industry in Isreal has been going through a difficult period: the reform that the ministry of health has tried to implement in an effort of bringing order has only contributed to general chaos, and many patients from all over the country are complaining of a shortage.
The Riff Mountains, a secluded area in northern Morocco, has since become the main breeding ground for cannabis – if you wish, the “Parvati Valley” of Africa.
“Cannabis, as a natural treatment various diseases, is one of the most sought after products in the natural medicine market worldwide.”
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The recent suspension of the basketball players from Jerusalem has raised the issue of cannabis consumption in the local basketball league for a new heated debate, with fans, former players and media figures criticizing the procedure of cannabis testing for players while others support the continuation of the tests.
“I understand that there are a few western countries that have made a decision that Cannabis consumption is now legal,” s
“Israel is an agricultural superpower – I’m sure they will succeed in the field of Hemp”
a soldier who has been found guilty of smoking cannabis outside the army on a few occasions will be indicted, but if he undertakes to give clean urine samples and successfully ends a certain test period (or his military service) with no further offenses, he will not be prosecuted.”