Thailand’s Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has said his government plans to rewrite the country’s cannabis laws within six months to allow medical use only and put a halt to recreational sales.

A street vendor sells cannabis in Bangkok (Photo by ThaimaaOpas on Unsplash)

Thailand decriminalised cannabis last year, but new rules allowing home grow for medical purposes, and for use in the production of food and cosmetics, got off to a bumpy start after businesses began openly selling cannabis on the streets of Bangkok.

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