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Month: February 2020


Canada, How Many Plants Can You Grow by States

The Cannabis Act has been developed to protect the health and safety of Canadians better, keep cannabis away from young people, and keep profits out of the hands of criminals, and organized crime. We advise you to read this Growing Marijuana Guide by Royal Seed Bank to grow your own marijuana plant.

  • To buy, possess, or consume cannabis and cannabis products, you must be of legal age.
  • The Cannabis Law includes strict penalties for selling or supplying cannabis and cannabis products to young minors.
  • In public, you can own up to 30 grams of legal dry cannabis, or an equivalent amount in a non-dry form.
  • The legal cannabis products (excluding products with less than 0.3% THC or without THC) exhibit a tax stamp on the label of the product varying color by province and territory. Make sure the product has the label that identifies its legality.
  • It is illegal to cross the Canadian border in possession of cannabis and cannabis products, including those containing CBD, whether you leave or enter the country. This rule applies to all countries, regardless of whether cannabis is legal there or not.
  • At the end of 2019, they will begin to be available to legally buy edible cannabis products, cannabis extracts, and topical cannabis. These cannabis products will add to those that are already available for sales, such as dry cannabis and cannabis oil.
  • If you decide to consume these products, know the effects of cannabis on health, and know-how to reduce the risks to your health and safety. Like alcohol and tobacco, cannabis carries risks, especially for young people and young adults.
  • Unlike smoking or vaporizing cannabis, whose effects can be felt in a matter of minutes, to begin to feel the influences of cannabis that is eaten or drunk can take up to two hours, and up to four hours to feel the full effect. Cannabis affects each person differently. Even if you have not begun to feel the effect, it may be prevented.
  • Do not drive or work under the influence of cannabis. Cannabis can affect the ability to operate vehicles or equipment safely. Driving under the influence of cannabis or another drug is a serious criminal offense.
  • If you are in possession of cannabis, keep it out of reach of children, youth, and pets. Take special care with cannabis edibles, which can be confused with common foods or drinks.
  • According to the Cannabis Law, access to cannabis for medical purposes is still offered to those who are authorized by their health professionals.


Yes, the Canadian Cannabis Law also permits adults to expand their own cannabis at the house. Grown-ups can grow up to 4 cannabis plants per home. These weeds should be nurtured from seeds or seedlings bought from authorized sellers.

Adults can also create their own edibles, liquids, or concentrate, provided they are not made with combustible organic solvents such as butane.…