The history of cannabis production in Lesotho

Cannabis has been grown in Lesotho since the 16th century.  Furthermore, the Koena people used it to trade land from the San tribes.  Cannabis crops soon became a staple in the country.  Although illegal, cannabis cultivation was tolerated due to the economic benefits it brought into the impoverished nation.  At one time, the Kingdom of Lesotho supplied South Africa with 70% of its marijuana supply. In 2001 Lesotho drafted the Drugs of Abuse Bill. Consequently, this led to a decrease in the movement of illegal drugs in and out of the country. Read more today at our website

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The Cannabis Production Landscape in the Kingdom of Lesotho

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