If there will be parties involved in the cultivation, distribution or possession of cannabis and hemp will be able to register to do so as on 29th of January whereas if some portions of the plant are to be excluded from the list of Type 5 drugs.
A selection of savoury dishes are seen, including pizza, kaprao and khao yum, as well as beverages made with cannabis as an ingredient. At an event to establish cannabis-mixed recipes, the dishes were shown. Only portions of the plants that are cultivated in lawfully appropriate areas for medicinal research are used.
For this reason, The plants’ leaves, stalks, stems and roots will be expunged from the list, Secretary General Paisarn Dunkum of the Food and Drug Administration but this does not include seeds having high drug content, or flowers. And it is still not permitted for individuals to cultivate both cannabis and hemp. In view of this, Mr. Paisarn spoke at a training session held for officials of the state who will manage registration.
Consequently, As of 29 January, individuals, legal agencies, government departments, community businesses and businesses may be eligible to apply and use the legal components of cannabis and cannabis for medical uses and in the textile, pharmacy and cosmetic sectors. This is part of the government’s agenda to encourage the latest cash crop of hemp and cannabis, he said. Registration applications will be collected at the FDA office in Bangkok, while each submission will be received and handled in other provinces by provincial public health offices.
Applications would, however, have to be forwarded to the FDA office for the import and export of hemp. The Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Public Health signed an agreement to create a training framework for parties to launch a company using hemp parts.
In the fruit, hygiene, spa and tourism sectors, the ministries have introduced a course on how to use legal sections of the farm. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Health Anutin Charnvirakul shared that he had emphasized the need for more courses to be built to suit the market.