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Is Lesotho Selling Out Its Own Citizens to Ride the African Green Rush?

Africa’s growing Green Rush has seen a surge in changing cannabis regulation, but how much of it is for the good of the people? Lesotho was the first African country to legalize the cultivation of medical cannabis for exportation, but why aren’t they offering it to their own people? And who is profiting from all […]

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Africa’s growing Green Rush has seen a surge in changing cannabis regulation, but how much of it is for the good of the people?

Lesotho was the first African country to legalize the cultivation of medical cannabis for exportation, but why aren’t they offering it to their own people? And who is profiting from all this weed?

A little about Lesotho

Lesotho – officially the Kingdom of Lesotho – holds the designation of being one of only three sovereign countries in the world to be enclaved within another country. Along with Vatican City and San Marino (both of which are ensconced within Italy), Lesotho is completely surrounded by South Africa, towards the East side of the country, close to Durban. Its lands encompass just under 12,000 square miles and its inhabitants number just over two million.

It declared independence from the United Kingdom in 1966, and previous to that was the British Crown Colony, Basutoland. The current government is a constitutional monarchy which is run by the prime minister (currently Tom Thabane), while King Letsie III sits in a ceremonial position which is barred from participating in the political functioning of the country. Lesotho is almost 100% made up of the Basotho ethnic group, with Sesotho as the official language, along with English, Zulu and Xhosa.

The economy of Lesotho is based on farming, livestock, and mining with diamonds being a prominent natural resource, along with water. Lesotho is a generally poor country, and as of 2017, 57% of its population was living below poverty, and approximately 50% was unemployed. Lesotho also has a massive issue with HIV, with an enormous 23% of their population infected with the virus.

Life expectancy in Lesotho is rather low with the average woman living to 56, and the average man living to 52. To say that the people of Lesotho are living well would be quite an overstatement, in fact, it is a country that very much could use some help.

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In 2017, The government of Lesotho made a very big move which has been reverberating around Africa ever since, and which set off a flurry of changing regulation in an effort to divert the growing cannabis flow in a different direction. It decided to legalize the cultivation of medical marijuana, and to issue licenses for growing it. By 2018, several different Canadian companies were making investments in, or acquiring, local Lesotho weed-growing operations worth tens of millions of dollars.

As 80% of the population subsists on farming, this influx of business is massive to Lesotho’s economy and people. In the past, agriculture had been an issue because of droughts and the mountainous geography of the country, a problem for a country that depends on it. And the influx of cannabis as a crop has helped alleviate a lot of farming issues as it grows perfectly in that geography.

But this doesn’t mean that the average resident can grow cannabis for themselves. That’s still illegal. The Drugs of Abuse Act of 2008 allows the Ministry of Health to give out licenses for cultivating cannabis, but does not permit the standard citizen to grow it legally. Even with the legislation, growing it at all wasn’t really a thing until a decade later when cultivating cannabis became the new big global investment game.

In the beginning, the licences were given out for free which gave locals the ability to use them. Now, the government charges ~ $37,000 for licenses which prices out standard residents. Even though many standard residents have their own illegal grow operations, they can only sell on the black market and cannot profit from the legal medicinal cannabis boom, while facing jail time if caught.

How it helps

Regardless of whether Lesotho farmers will be able to generate the big bucks off their farming work, they are at least able to work. New companies are coming in every day to build multi-million dollar operations like MG Health, a UK company that spent $23 million on a facility and is employing 380 locals with hopes of employing thousands more. As one of the biggest commercial producers in Lesotho, MG Health harvests a low THC strain to comply with foreign regulation, as well as producing CBD oil. As of right now, most products are sold to South Africa, but they are working on breaking into markets in Europe, Australia, and the Middle East as well.

Africa’s Green Rush and the Mad Dash to Update Cannabis Regulation

Their idea is that as regulations loosen globally, the need for low cost production will increase with countries like Lesotho being key for such cultivation and production. According to MG Health, they produce cannabis at $.93/gram, cheaper than the $1+ seen elsewhere according to MG. Whether that is true, or how much it could change in the near future as more low-income countries take the bait and join in, remains a question mark for now.

Cannabis law in Lesotho

So, lets back up for a second. It’s obviously legal to grow cannabis in Lesotho commercially if one has the correct licensing, and we covered that without the correct licensing it’s illegal to grow it. But what are the general cannabis laws?

According to the Drugs of Abuse Act of 2008 it is illegal to have or use cannabis at all, however the laws are rarely upheld, and cannabis has been a huge part of Lesotho culture and history. So, its okay if you have and smoke it, but its not so okay if you sell it. Probably because of it getting in the way of the new weed economy. Selling, distributing, transporting, and delivering all carry a sentence of 20 years or a massive fine (or both). This is still typically more enforced when crossing the border to South Africa, and less cared about within Lesotho itself where it doesn’t mess with the burgeoning international cannabis trade.

Lesotho is a country that does not yet differentiate between parts of the cannabis plant, so CBD, or cannabidiol, the cannabis cannabinoid without psychoactive properties which has been found through medical research to have an abundance of possible therapeutic benefits (and which companies in Lesotho already produce and sell), is not actually legal for residents. Nor is the production of hemp, funny enough, even though cannabis can be grown medically for exportation.

It doesn’t quite match up

The government of Lesotho has made no bones about its desire to make money off the growing cannabis industry. A spokesman for Prime Minister Thabane’s office told Prohibition Partners “We want to be known internationally as the best cultivator of medical grade cannabis anywhere in the world. We are proud of becoming the first African nation to produce cannabis legally, and we can only see this improving the lives and the health of the people of our great country.”

It is estimated by Prohibition Partners that the legal weed industry of Africa could be worth over $7 billion by 2023, and this is known by African leaders who are turning ship left and right to get in the game and claim it. While it has provided much needed jobs, it would be remiss to leave out how much the locals are being cut out of the operation. It’s like, having a job at a McDonald’s vs owning a franchise. One makes minimum wage and has no power, and the other makes big profits and runs the show.

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Allowing the people of Lesotho to make big profits would be the better way to improve the economy, and raise the standard of living for residents who desperately need it. Doling out jobs at McDonald’s is helpful when jobs are needed, but it undermines the idea that the average citizen is taking a backseat to investors from Canada, Europe, and the US. The real cash is going out of the country, or to the government in taxes. Many residents are happy for the work, many more are sore at being pushed out of the real business of it, and left with the grunt work, just because they couldn’t afford the buy-in cost.

It doesn’t say much for the governance of the country, or the motivations of those in power, that these medicines that it so wants the world to have access to, it doesn’t provide to its citizens. Perhaps this is a technicality since Lesotho doesn’t really enforce its use laws anyway, but if the idea is creating great medicines, wouldn’t those who run the government want their country of sick, dying people to have them?

Whether the government will use this green rush income to better fund social programs and build infrastructure in the country is a big question. If the money is spent right, it could do wonders for the poor nation, if not, then it’s just another African country being exploited by its own leaders.

Conclusion

I expect this new trend will continue. African countries desperately in need of income, and fraught with ‘mismanagement issues’, quickly changing their cannabis regulation in a race to sell out their land and operations to foreign investors intent on getting rich in today’s weed economy. And while I’m glad that it brings jobs to these countries, the real potential of what it could bring – a means to bring these African nations out of poverty – is very much being lost.

I mean, the people of Lesotho aren’t even being allowed to benefit from the product they help grow, which is being sold to make other people healthy and/or rich. It’s not a new story, but it’s sad nonetheless. The potential of good that could come from this green rush is so massive, and yet the reality of how it will impact the citizens of Lesotho, is likely not nearly as glowing.

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Source: https://cbdtesters.co/2020/05/19/cannabis-lesotho/

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Top Five Weed Delivery Services in Washington DC

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Finding the perfect delivery service can be difficult. Finding the perfect weed delivery service is even more so, like quality, communication, and efficiency matters more than ever for these precious products.

Here, we’ve compiled a list of some top-rated weed delivery services in DC area. From great deals to premium bud and everything in between, these services truly have it all, creating an easier, more efficient process than you ever thought possible.

Fast Slice

If you’re looking for premium quality cannabis products at affordable prices in the D.C. area, look no further than Fast Slice. They offer choice flower and edibles at lightning-quick speeds. Their menu changes regularly, so be sure to check their Snapchat where it is posted regularly, or reach out to them through IG or text at (202) 445–0867.

Lucky Chuckie

Dubbed one of the fastest delivery services in DC, Lucky Chuckie can deliver you your cannabis 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Selling premium-grade flower and some of the strongest edibles in the area, Lucky Chuckie is perfect for every cannabis consumer.

With courteous drivers, efficient service, and consistent updates, this weed delivery service makes it simpler than ever for you to get your cannabis. Anywhere, anytime, you can turn to Lucky Chuckie.

Budtenders of DC

As a highly-regarded weed delivery service in the area, Budtenders of DC offer patients their cannabis and, in turn, a donation can be made toward the business. This allows for a pleasant and efficient experience on both ends.

Speaking of efficiency, Budtenders of DC want to make sure you receive your products on time, so their services include a late-fee in case they don’t arrive when expected. The business also offers discounts for those who are veterans or are cancer patients, illustrating just how much they care for their patrons.

  1. Herbology

If you’re hoping to get the most out of your money, Herbology is a great delivery service to turn to. This high-quality weed delivery service offers daily deals on their high-quality cannabis products, making them some of the most affordable and accessible services available.

Priding themselves on their wide selection of products, you can find practically everything you need on Herbology’s menu. Open 24/7 with consistent, friendly communication, this well-priced delivery service is the place for you.

  1. King Budz

As another highly-rated weed delivery services in DC, King Budz will not disappoint. With happy hour every day and impressive deals on premium flower, this service provides customers with an easy, safe way of receiving cannabis and cannabis products.

King Budz guarantees delivery within 45 minutes of placing your order (excluding rush hour times), so you know you’ll be getting your product in a timely, safe fashion. Unlike other cannabis delivery services, King Budz even offers grow classes to teach you how to cultivate your own cannabis at home.

See For Yourself!

When it comes to purchasing cannabis in DC, its crucial to find the weed delivery service that fulfills all of your needs and personal preferences. Every day, more delivery services are becoming available, and there’s guaranteed to be one out there that is perfect for you– you just have to find it!

 

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The 7 best indica strains

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Most people see the word “indica” and think Ambien. For so long we’ve equated the effects of indica cannabis strains to being couch-locked. And while it’s true that some indicas may tuck you in for the night, it’s even truer that you can’t just generalize an entire third of weed plants under one single high. 

There are thousands of indica strains; some may feel relaxed and happy, others may feel drowsy and tired, some even make you feel the complete opposite. It all depends on your body, and knowing your body is knowing that finding the right strains is up to you. Here are seven of the best indicas to get you started.

Hindu Kush

Hindu Kush is a pure indica from the Hindu Kush mountain range between Pakistan and Afghanistan. Its compact buds usually have a vibrant white shine to them due to the stark coat of trichomes on top of light green flowers. An original landrace strain, Hindu Kush is believed to be one of the first plants to be used for hash.

Hindu Kush terpenes usually hit the nose with a sweet and piney aroma, while the smoke can have sweet, floral, and pine flavors. Effects-wise, most people expect to feel a calm and relaxing cerebral high that pairs great with the ending of a long day on your balcony. Hindu Kush is a great suggestion for anyone seeking a long-lasting euphoric experience.

Northern Lights

Just as old as Hindu Kush is the famous Northern Lights. Its influence on the world of indicas can’t be stated enough. This Afghani descendant is known for having resinous buds and skunky terpenes that fill the room when the plant is cured. You can expect sweet and herbal flavors when you smoke it.

Equally as potent as it is stinky, most consumers report a hard-hitting body high that’ll leave you on stuck mode for the remainder of the evening. If you’re looking to get stoned and run through a sack of gas station snacks, this — or its popular phenotype Northern Lights #5 — may be the one.

Granddaddy Purple

Granddaddy Purple is that classic purple flower that completely changed the game of weed aesthetics. It’s a cross of Purple Urkle and Bid Bud that first came to life in 2003. Though plenty of purple flowers existed before it, GDP was one of the first to become a household name in weed culture. No budtender hears “purp” without immediately thinking of this strain.

Granddaddy Purple is world famous for its deep purple buds that give off sweet, grapey, earthy terpenes. Picture if you were to buy a bag of grapes and roll them in a blunt, that’s smoking Granddaddy Purple. 

Blueberry

From legendary breeder DJ Short comes DJ Short’s Blueberry, or simply Blueberry, another indica-leaning strain with Afghani (and Thai) genetics. It has compact green buds stacked with an assortment of purple and red-coloring that make it as pretty as it is flavorful. 

As its name suggests, Blueberry smells and tastes like fresh fruit from your neighborhood Farmers Market. Whether consumed as flower or concentrate, those berry terps are shining through. Most consumers feel a relaxed, happy, and slumped-over type of body high after consuming Blueberry. If you’re looking for a night cap that appeals to your taste buds, check out this strain.

9 LB Hammer

9 LB Hammer is a heavy indica that hits your head just like that: a 9 LB hammer. A cross of Gooberry and an OG Kush varietal, 9 LB genetics usually produce dense flowers with dark green colors and a blended coat of white trichomes. On the terpene side of things, you can expect 9 LB hammer to smell earthy and somewhat chemmy, while tasting mostly like the former. 

Where this strain lacks in terps, it more than makes up for it in effects. Most people feel a heavy head high that slowly creeps into the body, causing you to starfish in bed for the next couple of hours. 

Personally speaking, 9 LB hammer doesn’t make me sleepy, but it does produce a super duper stone that makes me want to never move again.

Forbidden Fruit

For the last fruity suggestion, it was a toss up between Grape Ape or Forbidden Fruit. And I had to go with Forbidden Fruit for three reasons: 

  1. It’s one of the most beautiful cannabis flowers on the planet. 
  2. The terpenes are usually pretty consistent no matter who grows it. 
  3. Last week I smoked it with my grandma and she was blown away by how good it tasted.

Forbidden Fruit was born by crossing Cherry Pie with Tangie. The result is a staunchly purple flower, covered in a flurry of orange hairs, that gives off an extremely tropical guava-like aroma. When consumed, it’ll taste like you’re smoking a bowl of fruit cocktail, and the effects are much lighter than people associate with indicas and purple strains. Instead of sleepy and down, you’ll feel a relaxing euphoria that makes everything a little funnier.

G-13

You can’t talk about indica cannabis strains and not mention the lochness monster of the weed world: G-13. 

Legend has it that G-13, or Government Indica Strain 13, was a U.S. Government experiment where the intelligence agencies (CIA, FBI, etc.) collected all of the “best” and “most potent” indicas from all over the world, then bred them together to create the Megazord of all cannabis strains. The alleged reason we can all go to a dispensary and purchase this super secret government mission of a strain is because some disgruntled government agent stole a cut of the plant and leaked it to the public. Chances are that this story is not true, but it’s okay to believe it anyway.

What is true is that G-13 will absolutely knock your socks off. Regardless of how you consume it, both G-13 flower and oil usually makes people feel hungry, relaxed, and sleepy, i.e. stoned out of their minds. Its intense high might not put you to bed, but it will make you stare off into space for the next few hours as you wonder why some people don’t have middle names.

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Source: https://weedmaps.com/news/2020/09/the-7-best-indica-strains/

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I miss sharing weed

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Where were you when puff, puff, pass became puff, puff …  nah, I’m good? 

For me, it was a Saturday, March 21, 2020 to be exact. In Seattle, Washington. I was at the last house party I might ever attend, posted on the back patio with a stranger who had an immaculate ponytail. I lit a stogie mcnogie of some homegrown Durban x Tangie, took a few hits, then passed it to the left, only to receive a, “Hmm … nah, I’m good.”

My world collapsed. The first decree of the Weed Smoker’s Constitution has just been amended, and we didn’t even vote on it. Shit just happened. Not only was I hurt by the rules of weed being changed, but I was also judging myself for not adjusting to them. 

It’s not like the changes aren’t for good reason. We’re in the middle of a global pandemic. As I write this, John Hopkins’ COVID-19 dashboard reports nearly 7 million cases in the US and more than 200,000 COVID-19-related deaths. So, it makes sense why people wouldn’t want to put their lips on some stranger’s spit vessel. We now live in a world where people wear hazmat suits to buy groceries, drive-thrus pass your food on a tray like cops feeding Hannibal Lecter, and coffee shop managers might actually slapbox you for not wearing a face mask. Everyone so badly wants to get back to whatever “normal” used to be — before now. Anytime you violate social distancing rules, it feels like you’re resetting the world’s countdown by years.

I miss sharing weed. And so do you — I see it in your eyes (plus the fact that you’re reading this article). The coronavirus has changed everything in the world, and just because weed is essential doesn’t mean we’re untouched. Cannabis cafés have gone out of business, those fancy THC-infused dinners in Los Angeles are on hold, and Oregon dispensaries — where you could stick your nose into the jars — have shifted to a wafting model. 

You can’t even let off a public weed cough without people side-eyeing you like you’re patient zero. 

Even finding new weed is different. When’s the last time someone passed you a jar that made you do two claps and Ric Flair? It’s been a minute since you coughed, “Damn, what’s that?!” huh? COVID-19 stole that from us. We can’t even touch jars, let alone pass along what’s inside of them. Not sharing weed takes away from that feeling of discovering a new Pokémon in the wild. Not to mention, it’s way cheaper to find new weed through smoking with other people than trying every random strain to figure out the few that you love. Real ones know.

In the era of social distancing, fewer face-to-face interactions means fewer opportunities to have a stoney conversation with someone new. It’s not that the art of conversation is dead. You can talk, and to strangers, in person, with a mask and distancing enforced. But with reports that aerosolized COVID-19 particles can remain in the air for up to three hours, the weed conversation game of smoking with a person while y’all chop it up about something weird is in a lockout. No one is standing next to you long or close enough to blow smoke in each other’s faces, and if they are, you’re both silently wondering if it makes y’all assholes. I mean, kinda. 

The dating game is all messed up now too. Not only does the absence of social gatherings force us into the hell of dating apps, you can’t even get off the link-and-smoke anymore. Fam, I hate alcohol (and dating apps). I’ll drink it socially, but if I never had to meet up with a woman over $12 cocktails just to make small talk about work and asking each other “do you like travelling?”, I would be so okay. But I participate in these social norms because, deep down, I’m hoping that she’s radical enough to see this Gelato joint I brought as a better way of connection. That’s gone now — my whole bag is gone. Picture Michael Jordan without the left shoulder fadeaway: that’s Danté Jordan without the, “You wanna just smoke instead?”

“But what about online smoking sessions?” you might point out. Let me tell you something: Online smoke sessions are trash. I’m sorry, but they are. Think about your latest Zoom call with a big group. What was the experience? It’s eight to a dozen people having one conversation. Either no one’s talking, because we don’t have the social queues of knowing when to, or everyone’s talking, because we don’t have the social queues of knowing when not to. And the more people added to the sesh, the harder it is to communicate, ultimately turning your chill time into a virtual panic room. Still, with the heightened risks of spreading the virus, sometimes a bad option like a WIFI smoke sesh is a better option than putting others and yourself at risk, or not seshing at all. 

So, where do I go from here? Like all people with a passion for weed before me, you learn to adapt.

The first time I tried to smoke with friends post-quarantine was a real eye-opener. It was a parking lot post-up where everyone brought Bluetooth speakers, camp chairs, and flow toys. We’d all gone four months without seeing each other, so everyone hugged it out upon greeting. That body-to-body love was needed in a medicinal way. As ice breakers, we exchanged sarcastic remarks about how extreme the world was acting, but when it came time to spark one, the left arm extension was still met with, “Nah, I’m good.” Instead, everyone smoked solo dolos in our own lil’ bubbles. It was a sign that jokes are jokes, but sharing weed is the new character test amongst stoners, and your choice to not adapt speaks volumes.

What are the ethics of sharing weed moving forward? No clue. That really depends on your values when it comes to public health and the culture of weed. In a global pandemic, where almost 1 million total humans have died in relation to a virus that you can spread from just breathing too far, is smoking weed with the homies ever really okay? Again, no clue. Probably not. 

I’ll come clean in saying that I’ve been burning with the people closest to me. As the months of worldwide disease, protests, and wildfires have passed, I’ve started to establish my new normal amidst the chaos, and with that has come a few exceptions. It’s like answering the age old question, “If you were stranded on a desert island, what would you bring and why?” I’ve never had a what, only a who; I’m cool on surviving alone. Nowadays, my four to five friends that I know have been masked up, chilling at the crib, and doing hand sanitizer facials on Self-care Sunday, are the only people I see, let alone smoke with, so we feel alright about it. But long gone are the days where anyone close enough to comment on how good my weed smells could hit the blunt. 

I miss the hell out of them.

Featured illustration by David Lozada/Weedmaps 

Source: https://weedmaps.com/news/2020/09/i-miss-sharing-weed/

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