Thailand – Society: cannabis on your plate? Annoying Thai recipe

The Thai Medical Council has warned against ingesting cannabis in foods or snacks, saying it unnecessarily increases the burden on hospital emergency departments.

The council wrote on its Facebook account on July 13 that since June 9, many cannabis users have experienced acute illnesses, hallucinations and have injured themselves or others.

He was referring to the decriminalization of cannabis on June 9.

“The emergency room has unnecessarily increased in size,” he said.

The council warned against the use of cannabis as an ingredient in foods and snacks for all consumers.

Cannabis has also had long-term negative effects on children’s brain growth and development. He said cannabis should not be consumed by pregnant or breastfeeding women or people aged 25 or younger because of the damage it causes to young brains.

The council also strongly advised against the use of cannabis for recreational purposes, saying that the use of cannabis buds would cause a serious deterioration in the health of users.

The Council does not approve of the use of cannabis as a first-line treatment for the disease. He said cannabis should only be used as a last resort if other standard drugs cannot cure the disease.

The Medical Council said that cannabis cannot cure disease, and can only be used to relieve symptoms temporarily.

Thailand’s Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul said his party, the Bhumjaithai Party, had a policy of decriminalizing cannabis during its recent election campaign.

He pointed out that the party won 40-50 seats in the House of Representatives and entered the government, it cannot abandon this policy.

Mr Anutin, Bhumjaithai Party leader, said the policy is being implemented successfully and people are starting to understand that the policy is to contribute to medicine and promote health.

He said that recreational use of cannabis constituted abuse and that organizations were educating people on its proper use.

Smoking cannabis in public and selling cannabis to people under 20 and pregnant and breastfeeding women is illegal, Anutin said, with offenders facing fines and/or imprisonment.

Hemp growers are required to register because the government prohibits the import of hemp. He said farmers should think carefully before deciding to grow cannabis if their families have children.

Anutin said the recording makes it easier for authorities to investigate cannabis use.

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