Cannabis in Japan – Laws, Use, and History

Cannabis in Japan – Laws, Use, and History

Prior to 1948, cannabis was widely cultivated in Japan. It was valued for its practical uses in making textiles and rope, for example, and as an integral part of religious and spiritual practices. With the introduction of the Cannabis Control Law by US officials its use, sale and growth became banned in the country. Now cannabis use is deeply frowned upon. The post Cannabis in Japan – Laws, Use, and History appeared first on Sensi Seeds Blog.

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