Is weed legal in Iceland?
I wish! -Icelander
Only in some cases of an extreme medical condition and with a medical recommendation and approval by the authorities can marihuana/ganja be acquired legally. The fact that maybe some people are let go when in possession of small amounts of the drug does not mean the legality of it, but simply that i…t costs more money to prosecute such a tiny offender than to simply give them a warning or the proverbial " slap on the wrist". ( Full Answer )
There is no such thing as legal weed in the United States. There are state regulations that allow medical marijuana but on a federal level it is still a crime.
Answer . That is a question with a lot of answers. In short, it would solve a lot of problems.. You can find the full text of the major government commission reports that have tried to answer that question at http://druglibrary.org/schaffer/Library/studies/studies.htm These are the most comprehe…nsive and definitive studies of the subject ever done.. They all agreed that the marijuana laws were based on racism, ignorance, and nonsense. They all said the marijuana laws should have been repealed long ago because they do more harm than good. ( Full Answer )
Ofcourse its not legal. If smoking weed was legal, then people wouldn't be hiding it from police and higher authorities. If it was legal you would be able to grow it in your backyard or buy it from the shops. However, weed is illegal and it can kill you. And weed will never be legal!
it is legal in some countries, e.g. the netherlands. there is some debates as to whether it should be made legal in several countries, although the evidense of prolonged use leading to problems with the brain such as Schizophrenia make the chances of it ever being legalised very slim.
It's officially illegal, but it's tolerated. It has been tolerated for more than 30 years now, and they have the lowest amount of hard-drug users in Europe. Hope this helps.
It is legal to smoke,grow or possess certain amount of weed if you have a licence from the Government.
In some states like Colorado it is. Other states like New Jersey still throw people in jail for it.
In 2005 Denver passed that it is legal to have up to one ounce of pot if you are over 21, however by state law it is still illegal in Colorado.
marijuana given for medicinal puposes has THC they're the components that do all the fixin'.. the weed in "high times" or your local head shops just look pretty. But, they dont have the proper fixins. no
Only if you buy it through a pharmacy and have a prescription.\n\n \n\nI do not think it is legal for any ways.
It most likely never will be. Recent research has discovered that weed-related drugs are to blame for the rise in mental illnesses such as schizophrenia and aspergers. Many countries, in light of this new research, have actually strengthened the penalties for carrying and selling weed. Many others…, such as the UK, have re-classified the drug from 'Class C' to 'Class B'. Making it twice as illegal as it was a few years ago. The use of the drug for medicine is also being placed under great international medical review, with hundreds of thousands of medical claims requiring "weed treatment" being reconsidered. See the related question below. ( Full Answer )
Legal weed gives you a tiny head buzz and if you mix it all together you will feel something. They say there is over 500 different chemicals in pot and its not just THC that gives you a buzz but THC is the most hyper active chemical in weed. There is another site at http://legal-weed-bud.worldwide-s…upplies.com that explains a little more ( Full Answer )
Marijuana is already decriminalized and legal with limits inseveral states, including Colorado. National legalization may takeplace in several weeks, or in decades.
It is tolerated only in Amsterdam in coffee shops and in hotel room's, The Netherlands and, Mexico. But it is illegal every where you go. thanks.
I say yes! It's better for the government because they can keep an eye on the weed, means a lot less crime. I live in Holland and weed is legal here, it's far better then every other country
Don't really know, but I think it's going to be legal BUT have a limit on what you can have on you at a time, let's say. 5g. XD
its legal in Amsterdam and there is a certain type of weed you can buy in hemp shops legality its usually called smoke.
In a few states, they have provisions for people suffering from certain medical conditions to receive THC in pill form (you don't get to smoke weed), but those are really, really serious medical conditions involving intractable (unending) nausea and vomiting. Conditions which are considered to be te…rminal, usually. This is because THC can help with nausea when all other drugs fail. ( Full Answer )
.. The key is where is it tolerated (where you won't get busted)? The answer is many places! There are places in Australia, India, Nepal, Afghanistan, Morocco, etc. In the U.S. I understand California is very laid back about it, especially SF, and places north (the Emerald Triangle, where they grow… most of America's best sinsemilla). I'm told Humbolt county is the "phrendliest" place to smokers. The cops there look the other way because without the green economy, the area would be in a bad depression. So there's lots of places where smoking is tolerated, sounds like you're livin' in the wrong neck of the woods!. By the way if you can make it to Amsterdam, it will be the "high" point of your life!. As far as friendly people goes, they seem to be everywhere except big cities. But I've always found that the poorest people are usually friendliest cause as Janis sang "When you ain't got nothing, you ain't got nothing to lose." I guess most hippies qualify.. Of the places I've traveled, I'd have to say that the New Zealanders and Balinese are the most friendly people I've met. They go way out of their way for strangers.. -The Old Hippy. I found this posted on another site. ( Full Answer )
There is only one place that I could think of in which "weed" is legal and that is in Amsterdam.
our country would grow stronger. our people would get along better. less crimes, less fighting.
Obama is thinking about it, and ron paul wants to legalize weed, so if ron paul wins the 2012 election weeds gunna be legal for sure.
It's difficult to say. Some claim that it's harmful, but it may simply be that it's impossible to control or tax effectively. This is a very good reason to support the Tenth Amendment groups and candidates because there is good argument to say that Marijuana should be entirely a state-law issue, a…nd not subject to federal law at all. ( Full Answer )
no it isn't they claim it is but you have to get a teaching degree, have worked as a teacher, make a "perfect" curriculum and then be approved ... If you don't meet all their "qualifications" you will be rejected and with out the governments approval it is illigal.
Possession of marijuana is a federal crime. It is therefore against the law in the entire US. California and a few other states have introduced medical marijuana or have decriminalized possession of small amounts of marijuana, but since federal law trumps state law, it is still a crime everywhere.… However, the federal government limits enforcement of drug crimes to only the large distributors. It is unlikely that a person possessing less than an ounce of MJ will be charged federally, so in a state that allows or does not enforce it, people can easily get away with it. ( Full Answer )
There is no reason why it shouldn't be legalized. Me personally, I think it should should be legal. It's a plant, so why's it so bad. I can understand if your smoking it for all the wrong reasons aka suicide, but it's actually a calm soothing drug
No. Federal law says no. State law doesn't matter if Federal law says something else.
That entirely depends on the law where you live. If youre in USA then youre going to get arrested. If you're in a tolerence zone in Amsterdam then no you wont get arrested but its still against the law to smoke it outside of licensed tobacco shops.
In a few countys in California it is legal to grow "weed"..... I don't remember the exact towns but you can have a large amount for persomal use something like 99 plants per acre you own.....something like that
This depends on where you are and what type of permits you have.Laws vary wildly from country to country.
Its legal in Alaska to have an ounce in your house, buts its illegal on the federal level still. Marijuana is illegal because it has negative effects on the human body. Studies have proven that over a long (but not extremely long) period of time marijuana will have major effects on your body su…ch as destroying countless brain cells. The substance is also addictive is a gateway drug to others such as the ever so deadly heroine. To keep the public safe the drug has been made illegal at a national level. The only accepted type of marijuana is medical marijuana but even still it is tough to obtain and there are many regulations. ( Full Answer )
Weed was legal until about 1930-ish... Hemp used to be a big deal. I'm not sure, but I heard that it used to be illegal NOT to have a hemp plant growing on your property.
Only if it is legal at any other time. There are no legal exceptions for time of day.
Specific Answer: It Depends. Simply put: The date has NO bearing on the legal standing of marijuana. If you have your cannabis card / license, using weed just as you always have is the only legal standing you have. For those without a license, it is just as illegal for them to possess / consume w…eed on 4/20 as it is on 9/27. ( Full Answer )
Doesn't matter if it is. The drug trade in Columbia is very bad, so there is a lot of marijuana and other drugs down there.
one option is to take it to the supreme court. You see the federal government is really limited to the powers invested in it by the constitution. Anything else is left up to the states, so technically all drug laws are unconstitutional.
Mostly legal in California, but I think the rules of that will soon change. And it will be legal anywhere.
Around April 1st, they will be taking applications for patients. Some future dispensaries such as Chronic Comfort will be keep patients updated.
Because 1. It's been proven that it doesn't harm your body 2. It's used to actually help people cure things such as cancer 3. Tobacco is legal and it does way more damage to the lungs and body. Many people smoke weed and they most likely are not going to stop. So why not legalize it?
Weed is still "marijuana" which can be detected regardless of it being legal or illegal because even though it is illegal, patients can still have it prescribed to them and if they are tested for drugs then marijuana will show up.
Marijuana is currently illegal in all states of America apart from medical marijuana, which is only legal in the state of California.
Of course... I smoke weed non-legally :D...it still has the same effect on your body functions like the heart and lungs but it is just per-scribed because it helps whatever your per-scribed for pain antidepressant and stuff like that
Medical marijuana, but medical marijuana must be legal in your state, and you must have a doctor's prescription for it to be okay for you to have it and smoke it.
Because marijuana is a relative of the 'hemp' family. Hemp was illegalized way beck in the day because it would smash the paper, clothing..etc companies. An anti-marijuana campaign in the 50s-60s spread alot of lies about it to get it illegalized. Nowadays my oppinion is that they wouldn't make as m…uch money if they legalized it. Sure we spend millions to bust stupid stoners but the government/cia make more than double that on the black market selling the stuff. Cigarettes are legal in my oppinion because they are used by the eliete powers as a "slow death" tool. Think about it, nicotine is the 3rd ingredient in smokes, they have us hooked to smoking carbon monoxode. They also add chemicals to cigarettes to make some infertile. ( Full Answer )
No less or more so than marijuana grown elsewhere. If the drug is illegal in the jurisdiction where you live it does not matter where it originates
There is no such thing as legal weed. Medical weed is specially developed for medicinal purposes, the DNA structure of the weed is altered so it does not have the same effects as illegally bought weed.
I believe synthetics are under evaluation at the moment and are not legal... Anywhere. I would also say that marijuana would be much safer.
Because it being illegal doesn't stop people from using it and only costs money to keep it illegal. Also because it's been proven to be a beneficial plant with many healing qualities and is also a source of organic clothes, fuel, food, plastic, concrete, and much more.
The legalization is spreading one state at a time. In less than 20 years it will most likely be legal everywhere in the US.