Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Caribbean

Cancer survivor: Ganja cured me

Marijuana has long been used to treat cancer cells and when Ms Patsy (not her real name) was diagnosed with inoperable cervical cancer she decided to take some advice and treat the cancer with...

HON. GASTON BROWNE PRIME MINISTER OF ANTIGUA TO LEGALIZE MARIJUANA & MAKES AN APOLOGY...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gg7jk9m5024Radio Anu: http://www.radioanu.com/ Call/whatsapp: 1-268-728-3162 email: priestisaac27@gmail.com Antigua and Barbuda will allow the use of medical cannabis, Prime Minister Gaston Browne has HON. GASTON BROWNE PRIME MINISTER OF ANTIGUA TO LEGALIZE MARIJUANA &...

St. Kitts Conference: CARPHA Chief Urges Caution on Marijuana

The executive director of the Trinidad-based Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA), Dr. James Hosepdales, is urging regional countries to “proceed with an abundance of caution” when it come to the decriminalisation of marijuana. He...

Former minister renews call for decriminalising of marijuana in T&T

IRP to include hydropower as source of renewable energy, says energy minister 12:14 pm PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) — Former Trinidad health minister Dr Fuad khan Friday renewed his call for the decriminalisation...

Report: Jamaica a major transit point for illicit drugs

Four Caribbean countries (CARICOM) have been named by the United States as major illicit drug-production countries. The Bahamas, Belize, Haiti and Jamaica were named as major drug-transit countries in the U.S. 2018 Narcotics Control...

Jamaica Opens First Medical Marijuana Facility

It has been a couple of years since Jamaica’s legislative forces approved a measure allowing patients to have access to medical marijuana. But now the progressive program is finally starting to take shape. The...

Francis outlines vision for ‘relaxing’ ganja laws

April 25th, 2018 Reading Time 2 min 1 comments National Security Minister, Hermangild Francis, has been expressing his opinion on how current ganja laws in Saint Lucia can be relaxed. Francis spoke after a...

Jamaican national to appear in court on drug charges

Home / Local News / Crime / Jamaican national Patrick Junior Gray is expected to appear in the District ‘A’ Magistrates Court today on a string of drug related charges. The 47-year-old of...

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