Nepal, Former Hashish Haven, Could End Prohibition After 50 Years

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In 2018 however, a crackdown on Nepalese temple hashish put a damper on hashish trade. Royal Nepalese temple hashish balls are said to yield indescribable taste and potency that cannot be matched by people in the West. But due to increasing pressure from the U.S. and other countries, Nepal closed its hashish dealers in 1973. Home to legendary Royal Nepalese temple hashish balls and other exotic delicacies, Nepal could soon return to its former glory, with new legislation to legalize cannabis and new intentions. Former High Times news editor Bill Weinberg reported on the city extensively, explaining that even after the 1973 ban, hashish trade continued to flourish for a time.

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Home to legendary Royal Nepalese temple hashish balls and other exotic delicacies, Nepal could soon return to its former glory, with new legislation to legalize cannabis and new intentions. Nepal’s pool of cannabis advocates now include people living with HIV and other conditions who not only want cannabis, but need it.

Nepal’s top officials signaled that legislation is underway to repeal Nepal’s ban on cannabis.

“It is not justifiable that a poor country like ours has to treat cannabis as a...

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