Cannabis cultivation for medicine: What can it mean for Pakistan?

In an official tweet, The Federal Minister for Science and Technology, Fawad Chaudhry, confirmed the approval of the cannabis medical and industrial use.

The Federal Cabinet has approved licenses for the first medical and industrial use of cannabis. Following the federal cabinet’s approval, seized drugs will now be used to manufacture medicines instead of burning them.

In an official tweet, The Federal Minister for Science and Technology, Fawad Chaudhry, confirmed the approval of the cannabis medical and industrial use.

He tweeted, “The Federal Cabinet has approved the first License for Hemp’s industrial and medical use. The landmark decision will help Pakistan to generate billions of dollars from the CBD market.”

It should be recalled that earlier this year, a video message of the Minister of State for Narcotics Control, Shehryar Afridi, went viral in which he said that Prime Minister Imran Khan wanted to set up a factory in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, where opium and other drugs would be used to make medicines.

Afridi further said on the Prime Minister’s instructions; Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has been planning to build a factory in the province where thousands of tonnes of drugs seized every year would be used to make medicines.

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  • Considering how much grows here, if we sell this shit to foreigners as medicine it could stabilise our economy.

  • All of the first world countries are legalizing marijuana.
    It will be a Trillion dollar industry
    excellent decision by the government

  • thnaks fawad chaudhary sir (Honorable minister of science and technology) i really proud of you that you, represents the, advantages of cannabis ,in Pakistan .love you sir and salute you sir


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