Do you ever find certain cannabis laws crazy? Or ridiculous? Or beyond what’s usual?
Wait until you read about the marijuana policies of the Netherlands, Albania, Morocco, Germany, and the United States, and what makes them weird or fascinating, to say the least.
The Netherlands has coffee shops where people can legitimately purchase weed for recreational purposes. In fact, many people from different parts of the world visit Amsterdam just to get their weed fix from these coffee shops. But behind this seemingly perfect arrangement are regulations that are actually crippling to these establishments. What are these regulations and what are coffee shops doing about them?
Then there’s Albania and Morocco, which are both major cannabis growers. They are also two of the largest cannabis suppliers in Europe and in other parts of the world. For two countries where the cultivation and export of marijuana supports a lot of locals, it is hard to believe their governments’ stance about the substance. What are Albania’s and Morocco’s cannabis policies?
Germany is also on the list, and it’s not really because it has preposterous laws pertaining to weed. Germany recently legalized medical marijuana, and the new legislation has one amazing provision. Find out what this is and why it can make you go W-T-F in a good way.
The United States rounds up our list mainly because learning about its different state laws pertaining to cannabis is like learning about the cannabis policies of different countries.
You can learn more about these countries’ marijuana culture and their marijuana legislation that would make you go W-T-F by clicking on this link for our free eBook: