Ukraine

Mon
26
Oct

Voters In Ukraine Get To Weigh In On Medical Cannabis Legalization

An ever-growing list of scientific, peer-reviewed studies has found that the cannabis plant possesses significant medical qualities.

The cannabis plant has been found to successfully treat a number of conditions, from chronic pain to multiple sclerosis.

Scientific studies are backed up by an enormous amount of personal experiences of patients who have successfully treated their conditions with cannabis.

Fri
08
Nov

Why marijuana is still illegal in Russia and Ukraine

Russians, along with other Eastern Europeans such as Ukrainians, have a global reputation for being heavy drinkers. Russia is also known as the birthplace of a flesh-eating drug known as krokodil (“crocodile), or desomorphine, a synthetic opiate more powerful than heroin.

Given the prevalence of alcohol and opiates, it may be surprising that marijuana still remains taboo and illegal in Mother Russia.

Ukraine was poised to begin a medical marijuana program, but the process now appears to have hit a wall, with the newly elected president and former comedian Volodymyr Zelensky now suggesting the cannabis plant be studied further and implementation delayed.

Fri
01
Nov

Legalize in Ukraine: Who already makes money on legal hemp

Cannabis in Ukraine is illegal, but the country is in the process of legalization of cannabis for medical purposes. On January 30, the Ukrainian Association of Medical Cannabis created the petition with the backing of 16 public organizations on the Verkhovna Rada website. The petition said that medical cannabis could greatly help Ukrainians suffering from a wide range of ailments. 

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Is the official hemp business possible in Ukraine? Who can participate in it and how much can you earn?

Wed
23
Oct

Why marijuana is still illegal in Russia and Ukraine

Given the prevalence of alcohol in both Russia and Ukraine, marijuana is still taboo and very illegal in both countries. Here’s why.

Russians, along with other Eastern Europeans such as Ukrainians, have a global reputation for being heavy drinkers. Russia is also known as the birthplace of a flesh-eating drug known as krokodil (“crocodile), or desomorphine, a synthetic opiate more powerful than heroin. Given the prevalence of alcohol and opiates, it may be surprising that marijuana still remains taboo and illegal in Mother Russia.

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