TD’s Say Regulation And Legislation Of Drugs Like Cannabis Needs Government Focus

The Oireachtas Justice Committee has recently released a report that recommends that legislation governing drugs such as marijuana be examined by the government – and further recommends that the cultivation of some drugs on a ‘non-profit’ basis be allowed. The report, recommends that government develop a regulatory framework for certain classes of drugs (including cannabis) … Read more

Encouraging Hemp Cultivation in Ireland

After the DAFM (Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine) published a report on fiber crops production, Senator Victor Boyhan expressed that the government should encourage hemp cultivation in Ireland. The report describes a consultation process around the possibilities of growing fiber crops on Irish soil and if there is a viable market from these … Read more

Is CBD Legal In Northern Ireland?

Cannabidiol (CBD) has gained popularity as it is used to treat many medical conditions. Let’s have a look at the legality of CBD in Northern Ireland. During the last few years, there have been questions on the legality of CBD and cannabis in many countries and the rules surrounding its use and cultivation offences. These … Read more

Irish Cannabis Bill to Go Before Parliament

There’s a great bill that will legalize cannabis use and will go forth before the Dail in about two weeks. The bill would have gone forth before them in the summer but there was a delay. Gino Kenny from people before profit announced: It’s a short bill that’s going to go forth according to the … Read more

The High Court Dismisses The Ban On Sale Of Products That Contain THC

The High Court ended up dismissing a significant test action recently. It challenged the outright ban in Ireland for any type of sale of products that contained THC, the known psychoactive compound found in marijuana/cannabis. Within the judgment, Mr. Justic Alexander Owens ended up saying that he was content that Andrius Bogusas, a businessman, was … Read more