Yes, our farm is committed to growing cannabis and hemp using only organic methods. We do not use any harmful chemicals or pesticides, and we prioritize the health of our plants and the environment.
We offer a wide range of cannabis and hemp products, including premium flowers, edibles, concentrates, topicals, tinctures, and cannabis-themed merchandise.
Yes, we offer wholesale pricing for our products. If you are interested in purchasing our products in bulk, please contact us through our wholesale inquiry form on our website or by emailing us directly at email@example.com. Our team will be happy to provide you with more information on our wholesale pricing and options.
All of our products are lab-tested to ensure that they are safe, effective, and of the highest quality. We use only high-quality ingredients and take pride in our commitment to responsible cannabis use.
We accept a variety of payment methods, including cash, debit cards, credit cards, and digital payment options such as PayPal and Venmo.
In Thailand, the minimum age to purchase cannabis products is 18 years old. We take responsible cannabis use seriously and will not sell products to anyone under this age.
To ensure the longevity and quality of your cannabis products, it’s important to store them properly. For flower, it’s best to store in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight. Edibles should be stored in a cool, dry place or in the refrigerator, depending on the product. Topicals and tinctures should be kept in a cool, dark place.
Yes, we offer delivery within a certain distance from our farm. Delivery times and fees may vary, so please contact us for more information.
Due to the nature of our products, we do not offer returns or exchanges. However, if there is an issue with your order, please contact us and we will do our best to make it right. Your satisfaction is our top priority.
Yes, we offer farm tours and welcome visitors who are interested in learning more about our growing methods and products. Please contact us to schedule a visit.
When visiting our farm, we recommend wearing comfortable shoes and clothing suitable for outdoor activities. You may also want to bring sunscreen, insect repellent, and water. Don’t forget to bring a valid form of identification if you plan to purchase cannabis products.
Thailand legalized medical cannabis in 2018, making it the first country in Southeast Asia to do so.
No, recreational use of cannabis, including smoking in public, is still illegal in Thailand.
It is legal to consume food and beverage products that contain cannabis, as long as they are strictly for medical purposes and contain less than 0.2% THC. However, many businesses are offering cannabis-laced food items and drinks that do not comply with these regulations.
Violators of the cannabis laws in Thailand can face fines and imprisonment, depending on the severity of the offense. For example, smoking cannabis in public can result in a 25,000 baht (around $690) fine and three months of imprisonment.
No, bringing cannabis products into Thailand is illegal, and products containing cannabis and hemp extracts, as well as any parts of cannabis and hemp with more than 0.2% THC, still fall under the Category 5 Narcotics list. Visitors to Thailand should not bring their own cannabis products and should only obtain them legally from approved hospitals and clinics.
There are restrictions on who can use medicinal cannabis in Thailand. People under the age of 20, pregnant women, and breastfeeding mothers are prohibited from possessing and using cannabis unless they have a doctor’s permission. Buddhist monks and novices are also banned from smoking or growing cannabis, but they are allowed to use it to treat illnesses.
While smoking cannabis in public is illegal in Thailand, using medicinal cannabis products in private is allowed as long as they were legally obtained from approved hospitals and clinics. However, it is still wise to be cautious and not draw attention to yourself when using cannabis products, even in private.
Cannabis usage is legal for medicinal purposes in Thailand, but recreational use is still limited. According to Thai law, smoking cannabis can only be done inside a private residence, and cannabis-infused food can only be consumed at a licensed restaurant. Smoking marijuana in public places such as schools, temples, and shopping malls can result in a fine of up to 25,000 baht ($750) and a three-month prison sentence. It’s important to follow the laws and regulations regarding cannabis usage to avoid any legal consequences.
Cannabis is a plant that contains various chemical compounds called cannabinoids, which are known for their medicinal and psychoactive effects.
Cannabis can be consumed in a variety of ways, including smoking, vaporizing, edibles, tinctures, topicals, and concentrates. Each method has its own advantages and disadvantages, and the effects can vary depending on the method of consumption.
There are three main strains of cannabis: Sativa, Indica, and hybrid. Sativa strains are known for their energizing and uplifting effects, while Indica strains are known for their relaxing and sedative effects. Hybrid strains are a combination of the two.
Cannabis affects the body by interacting with the endocannabinoid system, which is involved in regulating many physiological processes such as appetite, pain, mood, and memory. THC, the main psychoactive compound in cannabis, can produce a range of effects, including euphoria, relaxation, and altered perception.
Cannabis has been shown to have several medical benefits, including pain relief, reduced inflammation, and relief from nausea and vomiting.
The psychoactive effects of cannabis can vary depending on the strain and method of use. Common effects include a feeling of euphoria, increased creativity, and altered perception of time and space.
While cannabis is not considered physically addictive, it can be psychologically addictive for some people.
No, it is not safe to drive after using cannabis, as it can impair your judgment and motor skills.
No, it is not recommended to use cannabis while pregnant or breastfeeding, as it may have negative effects on the developing fetus or infant.
Yes, cannabis can interact with other medications, including prescription and over-the-counter drugs. It is important to talk to a healthcare provider before using cannabis, especially if you are taking other medications or have any medical conditions.
The possible side effects of cannabis can include dry mouth, red eyes, impaired memory and concentration, increased heart rate, anxiety, paranoia, and psychosis. These effects can vary depending on the method of consumption, dosage, and individual factors such as tolerance and sensitivity.
If you have consumed too much cannabis, it’s important to stay calm and hydrated. Try to rest in a quiet and comfortable place and avoid driving or operating heavy machinery. The effects of cannabis will usually wear off within a few hours, but if you experience severe symptoms, such as difficulty breathing or a rapid heartbeat, seek medical attention immediately.
The onset of cannabis effects can vary depending on factors such as the method of consumption, the potency of the product, and an individual’s tolerance. Typically, inhalation methods like smoking or vaping can produce effects within minutes, while edibles can take 30 minutes to several hours to take effect.
Yes, CBD or “hemp”-based cannabis products are legal in Thailand. The Thai government approved the use of CBD products for medical purposes in 2019. These products must contain less than 0.2% THC, which is the psychoactive compound found in cannabis that produces a “high” sensation.
Additionally, in 2020, the Thai government amended the Narcotics Act to allow individuals and entities to grow hemp for industrial purposes. This includes the production of textiles, paper, construction materials, and health products such as CBD oil. However, individuals and entities must obtain a license from the Thai government to grow hemp legally.
CBD, short for cannabidiol, is a naturally occurring compound found in the cannabis plant. It is non-psychoactive, which means it does not produce the “high” associated with THC, another compound found in the cannabis plant.
CBD has been shown to have potential benefits for a variety of conditions, including anxiety, depression, chronic pain, inflammation, epilepsy, and more. However, more research is needed to fully understand its effects.
CBD can be taken in a variety of forms, including oils, capsules, gummies, topicals, and more. The best way to use CBD depends on your individual needs and preferences.
CBD is generally well-tolerated, but some people may experience side effects such as dry mouth, drowsiness, and changes in appetite or mood. It’s important to talk to your healthcare provider before using CBD, especially if you’re taking other medications.
The appropriate dosage of CBD varies depending on individual factors such as weight, health condition, and the type of product you’re using. It’s best to start with a low dose and gradually increase until you achieve the desired effects. It’s also important to follow the manufacturer’s recommended dosage guidelines.
No, CBD does not produce the psychoactive effects associated with THC and will not make you high. However, some CBD products may contain trace amounts of THC, so it’s important to check the product’s labelling and third-party test results to ensure it is THC-free or contains only legal amounts of THC.
Yes, there is scientific evidence that supports the use of CBD for certain conditions. CBD has been studied extensively for its potential therapeutic benefits and has been found to be effective in treating certain forms of epilepsy. Additionally, there is some evidence to suggest that CBD may have anti-inflammatory, anti-anxiety, and pain-relieving properties. However, more research is needed to fully understand the effects of CBD and how it can be used to treat various conditions. It is important to consult with a healthcare professional before using CBD as a treatment for any medical condition.
When choosing a high-quality CBD product, you should consider the following factors:
THC, or delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, is the primary psychoactive compound in the cannabis plant that produces the “high” associated with recreational use.
The legal status of THC varies by country and state. In some places, recreational use of THC is illegal, while in others it is legal to varying degrees. Medical use of THC is legal in some places with a prescription.
THC produces a range of effects, including euphoria, relaxation, altered perception, and increased appetite. It can also cause side effects like dry mouth, red eyes, and impaired coordination.
The duration of a THC high can vary depending on factors like the dose, method of consumption, and individual tolerance. Typically, the effects of THC peak within 30 minutes to an hour after consumption and can last for several hours.
While it is possible to consume more THC than is comfortable, fatal overdoses from THC are extremely rare. However, consuming too much THC can lead to intense anxiety, paranoia, and other unpleasant side effects.
THC can be consumed in a variety of ways, including smoking, vaporizing, edibles, and tinctures. Each method of consumption has its own advantages and disadvantages.
THC can be habit-forming, particularly with regular use. However, it is generally considered less addictive than other drugs like opioids and alcohol.
THC has a range of potential medical applications, particularly for pain relief, nausea and vomiting, and appetite stimulation. However, its use for medical purposes is often restricted by legal barriers and concerns about side effects.