Well I seem to find myself with two books on how to grow cannabis, I hope the thought police aren’t keeping an eye on me! This does seem a little informative but I don’t think I will be tempted to grow any soon, it looks like a lot of effort to me.
As an aside a friend of mine some 30yrs ago bought a new house. After they had moved all their furniture in and found places to put things, a few days later she went out into the garden and there at the end of the long garden was a nice large patch of cannabis!! On making enquiries with the neighbours it turned out that the elderly lady selling the house had taken in many student lodgers over the years. My friend’s husband suggested they dig it up and burn it. However my friend happened to be a nurse who counselled drug abusers. She said the whole neighbourhood would be high on the smoke, so she dug it all up and having no driving licence asked me to drive her to the local tip and where she put it all in the garden waste container!! Some months after this incident she was relating it to her patients and they all said why didn’t you bring it here and sell it to us! So the morale of this tale is forget all the equipment and perhaps all you need to do is chuck some seeds in the ground and wait!!
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A person need only look at the establishment of the political party CISTA (Cannabis is Safer than Alcohol) to realize that cannabis culture is growing strong. The CISTA Manifesto insists that it’s time for a new, evidence-based political campaigning movement that goes across political parties and draws from successful drug reform campaigns around the world.
In 2016, voters in the United Kingdom approved a measure to leave the European Union, and hot speculation began about the kinds of changes that were to come.
Be aware that the police in the UK do not have the right to randomly stop and search you. If an officer stops you and wants to search you or your premises, always ask the grounds for doing so. They must have search power and your consent to the search before entry.
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If you’re ready to grow your own fire crop of marijuana — it’s time to learn about the laws surrounding cannabis seed cultivation in the United Kingdom.
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Countries that remain within the EU, meanwhile, will still continue to enjoy the protection of their equality policies when it comes to drug laws.
In October 2015, for example, James Richard Owen started an online petition to legalize the use, production, and sale of marijuana there, and the petition even went before Parliament. While the petition was ultimately struck down by the government, it reached 236,995 signatures – which shows it had huge support from UK residents.