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Thai Cannabis Industry sprouting New Investment Opportunities

Policy to allow every Thai household to grow six marijuana plants for sale to the government is starting to take root.

Thailand has built what’s being described as the biggest industrial-scale medical marijuana facility in Southeast Asia with 12,000 plants under cultivation, and will soon allow all Thais to grow six cannabis plants “in their back gardens like any other herb.”

Recreational marijuana use remains illegal in the kingdom, with punishments including imprisonment. Enthusiasts hope the evanescing resistance to medical marijuana will eventually result in looser laws for public puffing enjoyment and business profits.

Those changes appear to be gaining momentum. On September 2, government officials attended a ceremony in northern Thailand’s Chiang Mai where Maejo University researchers planted 12,000 new marijuana sprouts.

Officials expect the plants will produce medical-grade cannabis flowers and buds within six months.

The Government Pharmaceutical Organization (GPO) hopes to use those ingredients to make one million bottles of cannabis oil, each containing five millilitres, by February 2020.

“These are historic first steps on the path towards allowing people to grow six cannabis trees in their homes,” said newly appointed Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul. “Shortly, families will be able to plant it in their back gardens like any other herb.

“The university will be a centre where ordinary people can learn how to plant and grow good quality cannabis. Cannabis is not an issue of politics; it is a product that can benefit people’s health,” he said, planting a sprout while wearing a white lab coat.

Foreign experts warn not every plant produces medical-grade cannabis, and the ones that do are difficult to raise. Amateurs could produce common weed, but without investing money and taking time to tend to the plants, those crops would not qualify for the government to purchase for medical use, they say.

If recreational marijuana is allowed, however, then private growers could make more natural profits because quality requirements would be less strict.

Anutin predicted fully legalised marijuana would be a bigger and more lucrative crop for Thailand than rice, sugarcane, tapioca, rubber or other produce in this mostly agrarian nation.

He has suggested that Thailand’s low wages would boost its competitiveness in international markets vis-a-vis big foreign cannabis companies where operating costs are higher.

Maejo University has reportedly developed a marijuana strain it calls “Issara” (independence), which offers equal percentages of cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

Thailand’s legendary, mind-bending “Thai Stick” strain of illegal weed was hailed among the US and international counterculture during the 1960s and 70s. However, it was rarely developed into better strains with varying percentages of ingredients.

Countless other strains have been developed during recent years in the US, Canada, Europe and other mostly Western countries.

As a result, Thailand lags behind other countries where medical and recreational marijuana has been legalised and developed to produce an array of different strains with CBD and THC levels suitable for medical use

Thailand’s legendary, mind-bending “Thai Stick” strain of illegal weed was hailed among the US and international counterculture during the 1960s and 70s. However, it was rarely developed into better strains with varying percentages of ingredients.

Countless other strains have been developed during recent years in the US, Canada, Europe and other mostly Western countries.

As a result, Thailand lags behind other countries where medical and recreational marijuana has been legalised and developed to produce an array of different strains with CBD and THC levels suitable for medical use

“Most Thai marijuana strains contain more THC than CBD, which makes them more suitable for recreational use,” GPO director Withoon Danwiboon said in May.

Concerned about foreign competition, Thailand approved a US$4 million budget in August to expand government-controlled marijuana farms for medical purposes.

Last month, Thailand announced that its first relatively small pharmaceutical laboratory-produced CBD and THC oils, tablets, oral sprays, chocolate wafers and traditional potions for medical use. They proudly displayed the lab’s tiny but potent garden of 72 plants.

ETA and the Cannabis Industry

Emerging Trends Advisors are very proud to announce a new Investment Product which is being introduced, in line with the newly sanctioned and growing Cannabis Industry, in Thailand. We have created ETA GLOBACAN, which will be Producing, Processing, and Exporting Medical Cannabis Products.

ETA will be partnering with Thailand’s Largest University, Kasetsart University, to ensure your investment is secure and legitimate as we make our steps into the worlds fastest-growing multi-billion dollar industry.

Emerging Trends Advisors are in the process of obtaining the following licenses for the new Cannabis Industry in Thailand:

  1. Research and Development
  2. Cultivation
  3. Import and Export

Key Facts on the ETA Cannabis Investment Option

 Investments starting from 50,000 THB
 Investments Fully Secured by Real Estate
 Escrow Lawyer in place offering full transparency and ensuring Investor Security
 Guaranteed Returns of 7% per annum
 Exchange your existing assets or Investment Property for shares in Thailand’s Medical Cannabis Industry

Appendix to Investment Contract
Asset-Backed Investment (ETA ABI) Medical Cannabis Seed Investor Option

Principal InvestmentMinimum 50,000 THB
Term3 years 6 months
Return starting after 6 months7% Per year for 3 years
Payment Schedule36 x equal monthly payments of 0.583% of principal investment
TransactionPurchase of shares in ETA RE Pattaya
SecurityETA RE Portfolio equity owned by ETA and partners updated live here
IntermediaryMagna Carta

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