Nepal Parliament Proposes New Hemp Cultivation Rules

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Source: Nepal Parliament Proposes New Hemp Cultivation Rules   The Cannabis Cultivation Act put forward by MP Sher Bahadur Tamang, has gained over 40 signatures from legislators. The Cannabis Exchange reports………Members of Parliament in Nepal have introduced a new bill that would establish a formal medical cannabis sector and refine the existing hemp cultivation guidelines. For example, the proposed bill would set the THC limit of hemp crops at 0.2%. Although the EU’s official limit on THC in hemp crops is set at 0.2%, some EU countries implement differing limits.

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The Cannabis Exchange reports………Members of Parliament in Nepal have introduced a new bill that would establish a formal medical cannabis sector and refine the existing hemp cultivation guidelines. Nepal has become well known around the world for its relaxed stance on cannabis, as the plant grows wild in many parts of the country.

The Cannabis Cultivation Act put forward by MP Sher Bahadur Tamang, has gained over 40 signatures from legislators. The Act contains a number of motions that would help hemp and cannabis cultivators in Nepal.

For example, cultivators would not require licenses for hemp that is to be used...

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