Is Cannabis Legal in India? Great Legalisation Movement – Viki Vaurora
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Cannabis legalization news from India. We explore India cannabis laws, which did not ban marijuana until 1985. What penalties do cannabis consumers face in India? Why is the cannabis-infused beverage ‘bhang’ socially acceptable, but cannabis flower is criminalized?
India has ancient scriptures dating before 1000 BCE detailing the healing properties of cannabis, but today you can face major penalties for possessing it.
The Great Legalisation Movement – India was founded in 2015 by Viki Vaurora in an effort to re-legalize cannabis in India.
India opened its first medical cannabis clinic earlier this year, but Viki Vaurora believes they still have a lot of work to do.
Today we sit down with Viki Vaurora to discuss The Great Legalisation Movement and the current status of cannabis in India.
Check out The Great Legalisation Movement on their website “glm”!
Read more about Cannabis in India by searching “Cannabis in India” on our website “Cannabis Industry Lawyer”!
1:25 – When did cannabis become illegal in India?
2:00 – Cannabis in India
2:55 – History of Cannabis in India
6:00 – Marijuana v. Cannabis in India
7:00 – Cannabis arrests in India
9:00 – Cannabis grows wild
10:15 – The Origin of the Great Legalisation Movement
17:25 – Rick Simpson and Jack Herer
18:50 – Illinois Cannabis Regulations
20:20 – Government in India
23:10 – Anti-cannabis players in India
26:44 – Cannabis in Bollywood
28:15 – Cannabis in India’s Music
29:35 – How do you get cannabis in India?
31:15 – India for cannabis farming
36:00 – Vedic Wellness in India
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