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From North Korea to Netherlands: Countries that have legalized use of Cannabis!

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There have been researches and it is said that while cannabis flower has medicinal properties, its stem can be used to make hemp fibre.
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    Bengaluru: Bengaluru is all set to host India's first 'legalise marijuana' meet on May 10. The venue is not yet finalised for the same.
    The meet is being organized by The Great India Legalisation Movement in four cities including Bengaluru, Pune, Mumbai and Delhi in the month of May. The Medical Cannabis Conference is arranged for the doctors of the city.
    Only 200 people will be able to attend the meet organised by 23-year-old Viki Vaurora who is a musician and recording engineer. The main purpose of the conference is to focus and discuss the medicinal property of Cannabis.
    Vaurora told Bangalore Mirror, "Countries like Israel and Netherlands have been researching the medicinal value of the plant for years. It has proven to help people with cancer, diabetes, leukaemia and bipolar disorder. To top it, cannabis is easily available in nature and easily accessible."
    Rick Simpson, who is the founder of Phoenix Tears, successfully extracted concentrated cannabis oil for treating cancer. There have been researches and it is said that while cannabis flower has medicinal properties, its stem can be used to make hemp fibre. Today we will tell you about the countries that have legalised use of Ganja up to some extent at least.
    Scroll through the slides to know more
  • +8 See more slides
    Bengaluru: Bengaluru is all set to host India's first 'legalise marijuana' meet on May 10. The venue is not yet finalised for the same.
    The meet is being organized by The Great India Legalisation Movement in four cities including Bengaluru, Pune, Mumbai and Delhi in the month of May. The Medical Cannabis Conference is arranged for the doctors of the city.
    Only 200 people will be able to attend the meet organised by 23-year-old Viki Vaurora who is a musician and recording engineer. The main purpose of the conference is to focus and discuss the medicinal property of Cannabis.
    Vaurora told Bangalore Mirror, "Countries like Israel and Netherlands have been researching the medicinal value of the plant for years. It has proven to help people with cancer, diabetes, leukaemia and bipolar disorder. To top it, cannabis is easily available in nature and easily accessible."
    Rick Simpson, who is the founder of Phoenix Tears, successfully extracted concentrated cannabis oil for treating cancer. There have been researches and it is said that while cannabis flower has medicinal properties, its stem can be used to make hemp fibre. Today we will tell you about the countries that have legalised use of Ganja up to some extent at least.
    Scroll through the slides to know more
  • +8 See more slides
    Bengaluru: Bengaluru is all set to host India's first 'legalise marijuana' meet on May 10. The venue is not yet finalised for the same.
    The meet is being organized by The Great India Legalisation Movement in four cities including Bengaluru, Pune, Mumbai and Delhi in the month of May. The Medical Cannabis Conference is arranged for the doctors of the city.
    Only 200 people will be able to attend the meet organised by 23-year-old Viki Vaurora who is a musician and recording engineer. The main purpose of the conference is to focus and discuss the medicinal property of Cannabis.
    Vaurora told Bangalore Mirror, "Countries like Israel and Netherlands have been researching the medicinal value of the plant for years. It has proven to help people with cancer, diabetes, leukaemia and bipolar disorder. To top it, cannabis is easily available in nature and easily accessible."
    Rick Simpson, who is the founder of Phoenix Tears, successfully extracted concentrated cannabis oil for treating cancer. There have been researches and it is said that while cannabis flower has medicinal properties, its stem can be used to make hemp fibre. Today we will tell you about the countries that have legalised use of Ganja up to some extent at least.
    Scroll through the slides to know more
  • +8 See more slides
    Bengaluru: Bengaluru is all set to host India's first 'legalise marijuana' meet on May 10. The venue is not yet finalised for the same.
    The meet is being organized by The Great India Legalisation Movement in four cities including Bengaluru, Pune, Mumbai and Delhi in the month of May. The Medical Cannabis Conference is arranged for the doctors of the city.
    Only 200 people will be able to attend the meet organised by 23-year-old Viki Vaurora who is a musician and recording engineer. The main purpose of the conference is to focus and discuss the medicinal property of Cannabis.
    Vaurora told Bangalore Mirror, "Countries like Israel and Netherlands have been researching the medicinal value of the plant for years. It has proven to help people with cancer, diabetes, leukaemia and bipolar disorder. To top it, cannabis is easily available in nature and easily accessible."
    Rick Simpson, who is the founder of Phoenix Tears, successfully extracted concentrated cannabis oil for treating cancer. There have been researches and it is said that while cannabis flower has medicinal properties, its stem can be used to make hemp fibre. Today we will tell you about the countries that have legalised use of Ganja up to some extent at least.
    Scroll through the slides to know more
  • +8 See more slides
    Bengaluru: Bengaluru is all set to host India's first 'legalise marijuana' meet on May 10. The venue is not yet finalised for the same.
    The meet is being organized by The Great India Legalisation Movement in four cities including Bengaluru, Pune, Mumbai and Delhi in the month of May. The Medical Cannabis Conference is arranged for the doctors of the city.
    Only 200 people will be able to attend the meet organised by 23-year-old Viki Vaurora who is a musician and recording engineer. The main purpose of the conference is to focus and discuss the medicinal property of Cannabis.
    Vaurora told Bangalore Mirror, "Countries like Israel and Netherlands have been researching the medicinal value of the plant for years. It has proven to help people with cancer, diabetes, leukaemia and bipolar disorder. To top it, cannabis is easily available in nature and easily accessible."
    Rick Simpson, who is the founder of Phoenix Tears, successfully extracted concentrated cannabis oil for treating cancer. There have been researches and it is said that while cannabis flower has medicinal properties, its stem can be used to make hemp fibre. Today we will tell you about the countries that have legalised use of Ganja up to some extent at least.
    Scroll through the slides to know more
  • +8 See more slides
    Bengaluru: Bengaluru is all set to host India's first 'legalise marijuana' meet on May 10. The venue is not yet finalised for the same.
    The meet is being organized by The Great India Legalisation Movement in four cities including Bengaluru, Pune, Mumbai and Delhi in the month of May. The Medical Cannabis Conference is arranged for the doctors of the city.
    Only 200 people will be able to attend the meet organised by 23-year-old Viki Vaurora who is a musician and recording engineer. The main purpose of the conference is to focus and discuss the medicinal property of Cannabis.
    Vaurora told Bangalore Mirror, "Countries like Israel and Netherlands have been researching the medicinal value of the plant for years. It has proven to help people with cancer, diabetes, leukaemia and bipolar disorder. To top it, cannabis is easily available in nature and easily accessible."
    Rick Simpson, who is the founder of Phoenix Tears, successfully extracted concentrated cannabis oil for treating cancer. There have been researches and it is said that while cannabis flower has medicinal properties, its stem can be used to make hemp fibre. Today we will tell you about the countries that have legalised use of Ganja up to some extent at least.
    Scroll through the slides to know more
  • +8 See more slides
    Bengaluru: Bengaluru is all set to host India's first 'legalise marijuana' meet on May 10. The venue is not yet finalised for the same.
    The meet is being organized by The Great India Legalisation Movement in four cities including Bengaluru, Pune, Mumbai and Delhi in the month of May. The Medical Cannabis Conference is arranged for the doctors of the city.
    Only 200 people will be able to attend the meet organised by 23-year-old Viki Vaurora who is a musician and recording engineer. The main purpose of the conference is to focus and discuss the medicinal property of Cannabis.
    Vaurora told Bangalore Mirror, "Countries like Israel and Netherlands have been researching the medicinal value of the plant for years. It has proven to help people with cancer, diabetes, leukaemia and bipolar disorder. To top it, cannabis is easily available in nature and easily accessible."
    Rick Simpson, who is the founder of Phoenix Tears, successfully extracted concentrated cannabis oil for treating cancer. There have been researches and it is said that while cannabis flower has medicinal properties, its stem can be used to make hemp fibre. Today we will tell you about the countries that have legalised use of Ganja up to some extent at least.
    Scroll through the slides to know more
  • +8 See more slides
    Bengaluru: Bengaluru is all set to host India's first 'legalise marijuana' meet on May 10. The venue is not yet finalised for the same.
    The meet is being organized by The Great India Legalisation Movement in four cities including Bengaluru, Pune, Mumbai and Delhi in the month of May. The Medical Cannabis Conference is arranged for the doctors of the city.
    Only 200 people will be able to attend the meet organised by 23-year-old Viki Vaurora who is a musician and recording engineer. The main purpose of the conference is to focus and discuss the medicinal property of Cannabis.
    Vaurora told Bangalore Mirror, "Countries like Israel and Netherlands have been researching the medicinal value of the plant for years. It has proven to help people with cancer, diabetes, leukaemia and bipolar disorder. To top it, cannabis is easily available in nature and easily accessible."
    Rick Simpson, who is the founder of Phoenix Tears, successfully extracted concentrated cannabis oil for treating cancer. There have been researches and it is said that while cannabis flower has medicinal properties, its stem can be used to make hemp fibre. Today we will tell you about the countries that have legalised use of Ganja up to some extent at least.
    Scroll through the slides to know more
  • +8 See more slides
    Bengaluru: Bengaluru is all set to host India's first 'legalise marijuana' meet on May 10. The venue is not yet finalised for the same.
    The meet is being organized by The Great India Legalisation Movement in four cities including Bengaluru, Pune, Mumbai and Delhi in the month of May. The Medical Cannabis Conference is arranged for the doctors of the city.
    Only 200 people will be able to attend the meet organised by 23-year-old Viki Vaurora who is a musician and recording engineer. The main purpose of the conference is to focus and discuss the medicinal property of Cannabis.
    Vaurora told Bangalore Mirror, "Countries like Israel and Netherlands have been researching the medicinal value of the plant for years. It has proven to help people with cancer, diabetes, leukaemia and bipolar disorder. To top it, cannabis is easily available in nature and easily accessible."
    Rick Simpson, who is the founder of Phoenix Tears, successfully extracted concentrated cannabis oil for treating cancer. There have been researches and it is said that while cannabis flower has medicinal properties, its stem can be used to make hemp fibre. Today we will tell you about the countries that have legalised use of Ganja up to some extent at least.
    Scroll through the slides to know more

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