Getting high, legally? Avoid paranoia; consider this about private use of dagga

Also, read:

*How to get rich by investing in smoking hot US and Canadian dagga shares

*Hits from the bong (it’s legal!)… then off to work I go?

*Dagga makes sex feel better for women (The Journal of Sexual Medicine)

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.

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield asked Anthony Norton (Managing Director at law firm Nortons Inc.) what we need to know about the private use of dagga.

Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).

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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