Hard with the weakest: Criminalization of the “micro-trafficking” of cannabis in Costa Rica

Read in Spanish By Ernesto Cortés – Anthropologist and Director of ACEID Just for selling one gram of cannabis or a crack stone a person can go to jail for

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Patients teach other how to make cannabis oil to improve their health

Read in Spanish A year ago, Hazel a 58 years art teacher, never imagined attending a workshop where they taught about the medicinal use of cannabis. She could not be

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Hemp is positioned as the alternative to concrete in Costa Rica

  Lea en castellano For many it may seem incredible, but in Costa Rica it’s already building with hemp. Specifically, a variety known as hemp or in English “hemp”. This

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Patients learn to make cannabis oil to improve their quality of life

  Read in Spanish Community teaches terminally ill patients how to prepare their medicinal cannabis oils A social community of sick people has organized to teach hundreds of patients to

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These are the winners of the 710cup Costa Rica

  Read in Spanish On July 10 many countries celebrated the world day of medicinal cannabis oil and Costa Rica joined the celebration demonstrating that the local industry continues to

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These are the winning strains of the First Costa Rica Cannabis Cup

  Read in Spanish This April 29 was the expected “First Cannabis Cup of Costa Rica” and MCN obtained the exclusive. The private event held somewhere in San Jose, brought

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Hundreds of people defended the cultivation and therapeutic use of cannabis at Expo 4/20

  Read in Spanish Despite the intentions of the Fuerza Pública (FP, local law enforcement) to stop the first edition of the Expo 4/20, more than 400 people met this

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Right of reply: Tim Morales

With the recent reports of a company called Greenleaf Holding Technologies being accused of possibly questionable dealings in the proposed medical cannabis area in Costa Rica, I feel I should

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The Million Dollar International Scam, Sale of Illegal Cannabis Licenses in Costa Rica

Three years ago Costa Rica was at the doors of something revolutionary. A new administration put an end to eight years of corruption scandals, strikes and mismanagement of the public

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