Mexico Decriminalise Recreational Cannabis While France Struggles With CBD Boom

Mexico’s Supreme Court has decriminalised the private recreational use of cannabis by adults, calling the current prohibition unconstitutional.

In an 8-3 decision, the court ruled that adults would be able to apply for permits to cultivate and consume their own cannabis. Smoking in public and in front of children is banned.

The ruling does not mention the commercialisation of cannabis.

The decision came after a legalisation bill stalled in Congress.

“Today is a historic day for liberties,” Supreme Court president Arturo Zaldívar said.

Meanwhile in France..

In a recent months its “wellness” derivative, CBD, has become something of a green Eldorado. So where exactly is the line between therapeutic, medical and recreational use? France24 takes a closer look.

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