If we would look at it realistically, the are two reasons why vhangi is expensive: 1. Its in short supply 2. It is illegal. The law of Demand and supply states that when supply increases, at constant demand, price will lower . Secondly , when it is made legal, it will be just like kales. It is irrational to think that it can even become a source of livelyhood under such circumstances.
Check your fact correct in both Canada and Ontario, cannabis industry revenue have grown at a steady rate. Total recreation and medical sales between 2018 and 2021 are estimated to be $11billion in Canada overall, two thirds (67.8%) of which was for recreational cannabis.
Researchers should please do a similar thing to the other candidates. So much has been said by them so far. Niko apa waiting for that report otherwise I will treat the above as misleading. No biasness is expected from a National Media. The information you feed the citizens will go along way in there decision making please do your due diligence in sticking to the vision and mission of the company.
Before people urgue or frame weed as bad image, I think people should first ask themselves how Netherlands have made it this far having been visited several times. It is one of the best destinations in the world.
Germany have more than 3000 breweries, the alcohol is extremely cheap and the percentage of alcohol 4.8% is normal to 10% and life is moving as usual. So dear Kenyan government, the more you put the price of alcohol higher the worse you destroy the youth from taking genuine and well established alcohol with qualities. Lower the taxes and you will see people will be more focused on how to better their lives than drinking illegal drugs, alcohol on hiding. Let us all not forget anything that is prohibited actually it attracts more human beings to try
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