WHO, World Health Organization Has Recognised The Whole Cannabis Plant

Holly Mary Mother Of God! FINALLY and we were waiting for long, the World Health Organization (WHO) has recently recognised cannabis, and has provided recommendations (to whoever is yet listen to the recommendations) to unblock the international trade and to reschedule the whole plant. So it appears very much they were totally wrong with their previous “policy” on cannabis plant, and they now acknowledge the fact, which is a good news for he canna fam community.

WHO has recently recognized cannabis as a whole plant, and has provided rcommendations to unblock the international trade.

Thank you very much, you are in time and in a shining armour as always: it is already ongoing, and already the hottest topic with and the biggest the bravest expectations that the legalization will hit its final target in 2019-2020: the whole worlds waits now when weed is becoming legal on the federal level in USA and that shall most probably mean: the worldwide legalization. Check the trends: the whole world expects in tremble when it is eventually done.

The Farm Bill  in USA

The situation by now however – the cannabis is still illegal, but not the whole thing. The Farm Bill 2018 issued in the USA in the end of 2018 legalized the hemp crops and the use of hemp as you wish unless the thc is absent (below 0.3% which is practically none). The remarkable victory against the Prohibition the farmers of the US started in late 70s, almost 50 years from today, the bill supports medical marijuana as long as it is “cbd medical” translating to the huge variety of cbd-products, cbd oils and concentrates along with the famous “rope” from “it’s a rope not a dope”.

A goood news but still a job to do

Don’t be messed up, the thc is still illegal and is still in the Schedule I, and the substances over there are described as no medical use, no scientific interest, dangerous for health, etc, etc. – yes, you got it right, a very unpopular opinion in 2019, and that is why they discuss it so much nowadays, and we wait.

2019-2020 in US (many predict) and 5 years more for UK

Many opinions predict the full scale marijuana market legalization soon in 2019-2020 in US, yet our brothers in UK shall wait longer: British MPs stated (after their visit to Canada for a master class, for a show case, when an MP for the first time in History has tested marijuana shooting his “buzz” on camera) well, they have stated that it’s 5-10 years more they need to realize the dank and everything around it, to prepare the whole country’s infrastructure to accept it in the best efficient way. Hopefully that was a joke about 5 to 10 yrs  and it is taking much shorter in reality.

Marijuana in UK update 2019

There’s no any hot information, except only one curious rather than significant fact that a group of British MPs (that stands for ‘Member of Parliament’) have visited Canada recently for scientific purpose to find out how marijuana works, to see the charts, study economic effects, etc. And since then they speak in favour of recreational cannabis in UK.

Marijuana in UK - David Lammy, British MP
David Lammy, MP

Marijuana in UK - Sir Norman Lamb, British MP
Sir Norman Lamb, MP

“I want the cannabis market legalised, regulated and taken away from crime gangs,” says Labour MP David Lammy: Cannabis to be fully legal in UK within years, – find the videoclips by this url on ‘Independent’ showing Sir Norman Lamb using cannabis oil, the first British politician to consume marijuana on camera.

Cannabis Law UK

Hemp flower is in fact a controlled drug no matter what the THC content is, and there is no legal difference between hemp plant in UK or marijuana plant in UK they are all ‘cannabis plant’, a Class B controlled substance.

Misuse of Drugs Act 1971, section 37:

“Cannabis” (except in the expression “cannabis resin”) means any plant of the genus Cannabis or any part of any such plant (by whatever name designated) except that it does not include cannabis resin or any of the following products after separation from the rest of the plant, namely —

(a) mature stalk of any such plant,

(b) fibre produced from mature stalk of any such plant, and

(c) seed of any such plant; (follow the url, first-class seeds they deliver to UK)

Whether it is hemp or cannabis – it makes no separate distinction. Only the Stalk and Seed become non controlled and therefore legal, once separated from the plant. Everything else remains a controlled Class B drug and carries severe penalties.