THC

  • Cannabis

    A complete guide to THC

    Are you ready to dive into the mind-boggling world of THC, the superstar psychoactive compound in cannabis? Join us. It’s an exhilarating and complex journey that many are eager to embark on. From its intricate chemical structure to its unpredictable effects and the riveting debates surrounding its use, it’s a Pandora’s box filled with exciting discoveries! As we continue exploring…

  • Thailand Cannabis Guide

    Simple steps to stay in control of your cannabis tolerance

    If you’re delving into the world of cannabis, either for medicinal or recreational purposes, you’ve likely heard about tolerance. It’s that frustrating phenomenon where over time, it takes more of the substance to achieve the same effects. This can lead to consuming more than you’d like, just to reach those desired outcomes. But what if you could enjoy your cannabis…

  • Cannabis

    CBD vs. THC, what you need to know

    When you’re shopping for weed in a dispensary in Thailand, you might have come across the abbreviations CBD and THC slapped across the product labels, usually in percentages. Now if you’re new to the world of cannabis, these alphabets could have you scratching your head in confusion. There are over 100 chemical compounds, known as cannabinoids, in the cannabis plant…

  • Crime News

    FDA urge parents to be cautious after several children ate cannabis edibles in southern Thailand

    The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) urged parents to be cautious after several children in southern Thailand were hospitalized for consuming cannabis-infused edibles. The FDA was informed that the children had eaten chocolate cookies that contained high levels of the psychoactive compound tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which the FDA did not approve. The cookies were labelled “Twix Chocolate and THC 600 MG…

  • Cannabis News

    Thailand develops cannabis test kits that detect THC levels in 15 minutes

    Thailand took marijuana off its list of narcotics, but extracts with higher than 0.2% tetrahydrocannabinol – the “happy” chemical – are still illegal. The law was designed to discourage the recreational use of cannabis, but no one knew how it could be enforced, until now. Thailand’s Department of Medical Sciences has developed marijuana test kits that detect THC levels in…

  • Cannabis News

    More than 100,000 people register to grow cannabis at home in Thailand

    Today is cannabis decriminalisation day, and the people of Thailand have wasted no time in registering to grow their own cannabis plants at home. Thailand’s FDA revealed that, so far, more than 100,000 budding cannabis growers have registered via the ‘Plook Ganja’ website and mobile application. To legally grow cannabis or hemp at home, Thai people do not need to…

  • Cannabis News

    Decriminalisation of cannabis in Thailand: Can I get high or not?

    As “Ganja Day” approaches on June 9, Thailand’s Ministry of Health wants to be clear about one thing: Smoking cannabis recreationally in public is a criminal offence punishable by three months imprisonment and a fine of up to 25,000 baht. However, smoking cannabis in private is a different story. Cannabis smoke has been written into new legislation as a “public…

  • Cannabis News

    US company opens medical marijuana clinic in Thailand

    A US cannabis company has jointly opened a medical marijuana clinic in Thailand, making it the first foreign franchise to do so. The clinic, located on Bangkok’s Sukhumvit Soi 13, treats Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, cancer, eating disorders and insomnia. The clinic predicts that changes to Thai laws in July will allow them to give patients THC-dominant products for research purposes. Smoking…

  • Thailand video news

    Thailand News Update | Cannabis Sandbox entry scheme

    https://youtu.be/Yhs3DwTTZRM Now that Thailand’s alcohol curfew has been extended in many provinces, the government says they’re serious about cracking down on venues serving past the 11pm cut off time. Or on bars and nightlife venues who are parading as restaurants without implementing the full precautions.As of yesterday, venues that meet the SHA certification, or the Public Health Ministry’s Thai Stop…

  • Crime News

    Cannabis removal from Thailand’s narcotics list up for discussion

    Cannabis is a small step forward toward decriminalisation following the endorsement by the Public Health Ministry’s narcotics control committee draft miniserial announcement excluding cannabis with low THC content from the country’s narcotics list. Cannabis extracts with more than 0.2% of the psychoactive component tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, will still be illegal. The Office of the Narcotics Control Board (not to be…

  • Cannabis News

    Thailand looks to loosen laws on cannabis with low THC content

    As Thailand gets more cannabis friendly, with a boom in products stamped with a pot leaf logo, cafes selling cannabinol tea, even Pizza Company is selling a “Crazy Happy Pizza,” the government looking to loosen laws even more on the once criminalised plant. Parts of the plant with low traves of the psychoactive component tetrahydrocannabinol, like the leaves and stem,…

  • Cannabis

    Hemp ice cream hits the Thai market

    The ice cream maker “Hemp” has launched a CBD infused ice cream. Their products are produced using Golden Triangle Group’s assistance. The group represent a big business mover and shaker in Thailand’s legal cannabis industry. Previously they opened a cafe on Soi Sukhumvit 36 in Bangkok. The flavours include: Northern Lights: chamomile mint chip tea Pineapple Express: apple and mango…

  • Thailand News

    Thai farmers warned of hemp – growing scams

    Thai farmers are being warned of hemp – growing scams after the FDA says some farmers may be approached to grow without gaining permission to import hemp seeds yet. The possible scams have farmers fearing they may be cheated after some have reportedly already started setting up networks in other provinces in preparation to start new enterprises. According to the…

  • Thailand News

    Cannabis could generate 8 billion baht for Thai pharmaceutical industry by 2025, expert says

    Cannabis could become a major cash crop in Thailand. An expert says the cannabis-based medicinal products could generate up to 8 billion baht for the Thai pharmaceutical industry by 2025. Medical cannabis has been legal in Thailand for the past couple years, but recently the government agreed to allow parts of the plant with very, low traces of the “high-inducing”…

  • Thailand News

    Thai FDA expedites the process to list cannabis as an “essential medicine”

    Cannabis could soon become an “essential medicine” in Thailand. While the plant’s euphoria-inducing buds are still illegal and classified as a narcotic, other parts of the plant that do not cause a “high,” like the leaves, are being pushed into the food and medicine industry. The Thai Food and Drug Administration is even trying to speed up the process to…

  • Northern Thailand News

    Thai Public Health Ministry starts cannabis cultivation project in Buri Ram

    A cannabis cultivation project is being launched by Thailand’s Public Health Ministry in the Isaan province Buri Ram. 6 cannabis plants will be given to each member of the local Non Malai Community Enterprise as a pilot project on commercial cultivation of cannabis, according to the director of the ministry’s cannabis research group, Kitti Losuwannarak. Cannabis flowers and buds will…

  • Thailand News

    Cannabis with very low THC content to be allowed in cosmetics and herbal products

    The Food and Drug Administration is drafting a new regulation to allow cannabis and hemp to be used in cosmetics and food products… just not the parts of the plant like the buds that are known to cause euphoric effects. The move is intended to allow cannabis and hemp to be used for production of textiles, garments, medicines and herbal…

  • Thailand News

    Symptoms improved for 70% of patients on cannabis treatment – Health minister

    Thailand’s pro-marijuana public health minister boasts that symptoms have improved for at least 70% of the country’s medical cannabis patients. Thailand’s 311 medical cannabis clinics at hospitals have treated more than 14,200 people, most who are diagnosed with terminal cancer, according to Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul. Other patients using the cannabis treatment are patients with Parkinson’s disease, drug-resistant neuropathic…

  • World News

    450 vaping-related cases now reported in the US, 3 deaths, possible links to THC

    …and US health officials are trying to isolate the possible causes and if they can link the cases to any particular chemical or product vapers use. Vaping is currently illegal in Thailand with tourists prevented bringing in vaping-related products and refills, and crackdowns on local sellers frequent. Meanwhile, US health officials say they’re now aware of at least 450 possible…

  • Health

    First batch of Government approved medical cannabis ready next week

    4,500 bottles of medical cannabis, produced by the Thai government’s Pharmaceutical Organisation, will be ready for delivery on August 7. Dr. Surachoke Tangwiwat, deputy secretary-general of the Food and Drug Administration, says that Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul had made it a policy that all state hospitals in every province will stock medical cannabis for distribution to patients, when prescribed…