First-ever cannabis festival is held in Soweto.

The first event of the first Cannabis Festival was conducted in Chaf Pozi in Orlando East Soweto by the festival’s organizers. The three-day event served as a venue for numerous users to protest the stigmatization of marijuana, with the event’s organizers taking the lead in the discussion.

WHAT DID THE CANNABIS EVENT HAVE AS ITS GOAL?

The gathering seems to have two goals in mind: to de-stigmatize cannabis and to raise awareness of its purported natural advantages.

Since the Apex Court decision four years ago, South Africans are legally allowed to cultivate and possess cannabis for personal use. Certain provisions of the Drugs and Drug Trafficking Act of 1992 and the Medicines and Controlled Substance Act of 1965 were found to be unconstitutional, according to the judgement.

THE EVENT ORGANIZER REFLECTS ON HIS MOTHER’S DEBT AND HOW CBD MAY HAVE BEEN OF USE

While such gatherings have taken place in Sandton and Cape Town, Soweto’s inaugural cannabis festival provided business owners with a venue to promote their goods while expanding their industry contacts. Many of the present champions discussed the medicinal benefits of the plants.

UNBE-WEED-ABLE! It’s lit up by SA’S FIRST LEGAL CANNABIS PHARMACY.

It was previously reported that the opening of three cannabis pharmacies this month signaled a further easing of the strict laws around cannabis and CBD. The medical facilities have their own online physician and chef who is skilled in the preparation of cannabis.

The three pharmacies are situated in Glenanda, Johannesburg; Meyerton, Gauteng; and Ballito, KwaZulu-Natal, with THC Pharmacy in Glenanda providing the other two, according to Kyle Brocklebank, CEO of THC Africa.

South Africans who intend to utilize the facility must first obtain a permit card by completing necessary paperwork with the help of a committed doctor. The South African Health Product Regulatory Authority (Sahpra), which will approve the issuance of the cards, receives the paperwork next.

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