Pakistan is taking positive steps when it comes to cannabis

Recently, Pakistan approved the adoption of an ordinance creating the Cannabis Control and Regulatory Authority (CCRA). This government agency is tasked with regulating the cultivation, extraction, refining, manufacturing and sale of cannabis derivatives for medical and industrial purposes.

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Under UN law, a country that wants to manufacture, process and sell cannabis products must have a federal agency to manage the supply chain and ensure international compliance. The CCRA's regulatory framework is the organization.

The CCRA sets the maximum THC content in cannabis derivatives at 0.3 percent to prevent drug abuse and recreational use. With this move, the government wants to crack down on illegal cultivations in order to convert them into a licensed, tax-paying business.

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