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Plans afoot to grow medical marijuana in Phuket

By The Phuket News

 

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Phuket Public Health Office (PPHO) Chief Dr Thanit Sermkaew speaks at the seminar on growing marijuana yesterday (Sept 10). Photo: PR Phuket

 

PHUKET:-- The Phuket Public Health Office held a workshop yesterday (Sept 10) to raise awareness among people in Phuket looking to grow marijauana for medical and research purposes.

 

Joining the workshop, held at Phuket Rajabhat University, were Phuket Vice Governor Phichet Panaphong, PPHO Chief Dr Thanit Sermkaew and University President Asst Prof Dr Hiran Prasarnkan.

 

The workshop focussed on marijauna cultivation and processing for medical use and research purposes.

 

Full Story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/plans-afoot-to-grow-medical-marijuana-in-phuket-77277.php

 

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Where are all the white folk that know how to grow the plants?

And why are they only looking to market the flowers, the little old ladies living near me are always after leaves to dry and make tea (and add to their cooking).

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3 minutes ago, BritManToo said:

Where are all the white folk that know how to grow the plants?

A bit of a racist comment is it not?

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Just advertise in Holland or Denmark many experts in these countries of all ethnic backgrounds ...........LOL

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Does Phuket have even one rice paddy left  I guess they will have to cut into the Rubber Plantations to find a growing area.

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The government needs to make Thailand a free smoking country, and sell some high quality weed.

It also needs to allow a micro brewery culture to grow in Thailand.  Decrease tax on foreign goods, especially wine.

 

Make the immigration system friendly.

 

These few simple steps would make Thailand a go to destination.  Maybe not for the rich and famous, but it would bring in much needed visitors.

 

Of course there are many other things that need to be improved-safety being one-

but these moves will cost the government nothing.

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1 minute ago, from the home of CC said:

but very typical..

Sorry.  I didn't know he had previous form!

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1 hour ago, fangless said:

Sorry.  I didn't know he had previous form!

no need to be sorry - I'm glad I'm not the only one calling this bs out..

 

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On 9/12/2020 at 6:02 PM, Redline said:

The government needs to make Thailand a free smoking country, and sell some high quality weed.

It also needs to allow a micro brewery culture to grow in Thailand.  Decrease tax on foreign goods, especially wine.

 

Make the immigration system friendly.

 

These few simple steps would make Thailand a go to destination.  Maybe not for the rich and famous, but it would bring in much needed visitors.

 

Of course there are many other things that need to be improved-safety being one-

but these moves will cost the government nothing.

The government needs to make Thailand a free smoking country, and sell some high quality weed.

It also needs to allow a micro brewery culture to grow in Thailand.  Decrease tax on foreign goods, especially wine.

 

Make the immigration system friendly.

 

These few simple steps would make Thailand a go to destination.  Maybe not for the rich and famous, but it would bring in much needed visitors.

 

To do all that to bring back "Dirty Farang" ?
you have to be kidding ...
Let them just come to Thailand and we will overcharge them and make them pay double for medical services if they have an emergency.
Oh, also we should increase prison time for feeding fish and touching a sea cucumbers.

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