#blockchain4cannabis what we do

🤔MaryStrain will use blockchain to empower the Cannabis Community by

✅Enabling decentralized Grow and Production Standards.

✅Enabling an anonymous but verifiable consumer attribution.

✅Enabling Access to the only blockchain immutable, verified Cannabis data set.

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Sensi token translate Update 1

THANK YOU for the awesome response https://bitcointalk.org and the Crypto Community. 72 hours and almost fully subscribed. The thread will be updated over the next 24 hours. With details on the next nest steps & what spaces are still available.

Details on Full campaign will be open soon soon.

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Cannabis Questions

ORGANIC? FAIR TRADE? TESTED? TIME IN MARKET? Are questions Snsi will enable consumers to answer. ✌🏽❤️

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Ganja and Jamaica

The Ganja Law, or Dangerous Drugs (Amendment) Act 2015, was passed by Jamaica’s Houses of Parliament in February 2015. The law went into effect on April 15, 2015, making possession of two ounces or less of cannabis a “non-arrestable, ticketable offence, that attracts no criminal record”.

 

OutDoor Flowering Cannabis Bush

Earlier revisions of the laws were critiqued for being unduly harsh on citizens. A 1913 law passed to conform to the International Opium Convention unilaterally added cannabis, and was seen as “fear of the black population”. For instance the 1964 ganja law was considered to be punitive towards poor people, as were the 1963 and 1965 laws regarding flogging.