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Cannabis warning; smoking joints to remain illegal


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29 minutes ago, webfact said:

Director-General of the Department of Public Health Suwanchai Watthanayingcharoenchai

Wow, that's some name.

it's a mouthful. 

I bet he will never have a problem with identity theft. 

 

30 minutes ago, webfact said:

you have a question about growing marijuana at home in Thailand, call 025907767 or 025907793

Now.......this will be a busy number. 

 

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Maybe bake a spacecake.... than I don't smoke and pollute the air .... Who is going to check every house which has plants?? Same as wearing a helmet on a motorcycle?? Was it not better not to legalize cannabis to prevent problems?? In my opinion there is not a big need to use low THC cannabis

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

The aim of growing cannabis at home is not to get high, but to use the plant’s leaves or stalks in cooking or tea, for medicinal purposes only. People will also be permitted to make extracts from their homegrown cannabis plants, as long as the THC content is lower than 0.2%.

No point then is there. What a bunch of morons. Permitted to make extracts lower than 0.2%. Sure. Very good for glaucoma but I'd suggest 0.2% isn't. Medical joints have been happening in the US for years and I'll bet my house on it they're not less than 0.2%.

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11 minutes ago, pokerface1 said:

They will eventually know that this slap dash legislation is not working once they find the need to introduce an extra lane on the expressway for slow drivers. 

 

Why would they need to introduce an extra lane on the expressway for slow drivers. 

Please explain the logic as it stands in your mind.

 

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

the aim of growing cannabis at home is not to get high, but to use the plant’s leaves or stalks in cooking or tea, for medicinal purposes only.

Jeez....what have these people been smoking ?

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

as the THC content is lower than 0.2%.

is it ok to smoke this then?
Honest officer he told me the joint only contained weed with a THC content lower than 0.2%.

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When I pass Hua Hin court house it always looks to be very busy I will expect a traffic jam very soon 🤔

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2 hours ago, spidermike007 said:

Finally an admission that recreational use of ganga, will still be a huge source of revenue for the RTP. 

It has never been suggested by the authorities that recreational use was legal.

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Posted (edited)
9 minutes ago, Liverpool Lou said:

It has never been suggested by the authorities that recreational use was legal.

True, but legalisation of the plant will make it much more difficult to prosecute.

Don't carry or smoke in public, and they can't get you.

I seriously doubt they could make any test that could prove you were smoking high THC cannabis.

 

There doesn't appear to be any limit set on consumption of the legal grade weed.

So you'd just claim you were smoking/eating/drinking less than the legal limit (but a lot of it).

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7 minutes ago, Liverpool Lou said:

It has never been suggested by the authorities that recreational use was legal.

Maybe not. But the PR campaigns suggesting the government supply the people with free plants would most certainly suggest otherwise. Jeez. Please. 

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Let me make sure I understand - a crime has not been committed until you exhale?

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6 hours ago, Edwin Cameron said:

Thailand is fast becoming the 'Oxymoron' of S.E.Asia with law's like this...!

They've always been regarded as a complete joke, even by their more dysfunctional neighbours.

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All the hangers on hoping for legalisation were always going to be disappointed. 

 

Let's be perfectly honest, anyone that thought it was going to be in any way different, doesn't understand the way this country works. 

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Win some, lose some ... I hear at least the NIDDA (National Illicit Drug Dealers Association) are very pleased and will express their gratitude ...

 

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