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If you take a walk down any moderately busy street today, the chances are you’ll see more than a few people holding what looks like Dr Who’s sonic screwdriver to their mouth, inhaling deeply before breathing out a plume of sweet smelling vapour into the air. Over the past 5-6 years this is a sight
Every year around 25 percent of the world’s cannabis is produced on the African continent. In 2005 the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crimes (UNODC) estimated that as many as 38,200,000 African adults smoke the drug each year. It is deeply ingrained in their culture and could play a massive role in their economy,
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