Marijuana in Cyprus

Medical Cannabis Law was approved in CYPRUS earlyer this year, in Fabruary, allowing cultivation of medical marijuana in the island, regulated by licenses. The country expects at minimum 45 million euros in taxes every five months, sources say. which is not bad for the start for the country with less than 1 million population and about 4 millions of tourists evalanching CYPRUS every year.

Coffee Mushrooms And Magic Mushrooms in Cyprus

Yield Growth Corp (Cannada), announced recently they have got an exclusive agreement to distribute infused coffee mushroom in Greece, Cyprus, Romania, Bulgaria and Serbia.

“Infused Coffee Mushrooms are a unique source of vitamin D and some B vitamins. Mushrooms have long been used in Chinese medicine and newer research shows they are the highest dietary source of the antioxidants ergothioneine and glutathione, which help protect the body against the type of damage that can eventually contribute to age-related issues

According to Drugpolicy.org, Today, there are dozens of studies taking place to evaluate the medical safety and efficacy of psychedelics, including psilocybin, and the potential benefits of psychedelics as a treatment for cluster headache, anxiety, addiction to alcohol and other drugs, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, as well as neuroimaging experiments furthering the understanding of its effects on the brain.”,

Yield Growth Corp’s site says

They have also announced its intention to develop clinical experiments to research innovative therapeutic uses of certain compounds found in magic mushrooms, such as psilocybin.

Medical Marijuana in Cyprus

Quite a theocratic country, where Eastern Orthodox Church has a huge influence on culture and society, is now the most promising cannabis mecca in the region. Suddenly, CYPRUS joins the drug race.

CYPRUS is blessed with the idillic climate conditions, a lot of sun, rich soil, food grows madly there. The country, where you can buy 2 kilo of best in the world oranges for 1 euro, you can imagine, can be a strong pioneer in cannabis cultivation and trade, influencing the the whole region. Constantinos Ioannou, the minister of health: “We are in the process of regulating the cultivation, production and export of medical cannabis, to, inter alia, attract medical tourism and foreign investments, thus creating beneficial conditions for businesses and development”, he said.