Provided you have a prescription you may use cannabis oil [legally]…— Anthony Norton, Nortons Inc.
There are legal loopholes to utilise cannabis products… Processed hemp products and other products derivative from cannabis seeds… that is not illegal provided levels of THC [are within certain limits]…— Anthony Norton, Nortons Inc.
There are 3.2 million South Africans who regularly consume dagga, according to a 2008 study by the Medical Research Council.
Dagga is popular among women and men; whether black or white, rich or poor.
South Africa is, according to Interpol, the world’s fourth-largest dagga producer.
According to the Institute for Security Studies, most dagga seized in the UK (and a third globally) comes from South Africa.
Consuming dagga recreationally for personal use – and growing it – is legal.
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This is becoming a big business in the US… increasingly people are looking at it as a business opportunity.— Anthony Norton, Nortons Inc.
Lots of businesses believe this is now an open sesame…— Anthony Norton, Nortons Inc.
There’s a real business opportunity, you can just look at the US…— Anthony Norton, Nortons Inc.
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