Belgium-Illegal(possession decriminalized/cultivation decriminalized only for one female plant)Just wanted to hear if anybody knows how the situation is in europe with the cannabis legalization, i know that portugal have decriminalized it and Amsterdam has legalized a long time ago.
What about other countries in Europe? (Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, France, Prauqe?)
Hey Dane, my name is************* but my nickname is Easy E, not kidding. Got this nickname in high school because my first and last names are so long, and my middle name is short and starts with an E so some friend started calling me Easy E.Do you know if there are any ways to change that. I´ve seen on 420chan that alot of people are collecting signatures. Could we do the same here in Europe in any way? Dane here BTW
Switzerland compared to USA is day and night on most issues, probably the last and only nation with some type of national unity and identity. Switzerland would be a great place to live, most stable economy and is the wealthiest per-capita nation in the world, mountains, good temps and the right to gun ownership is guaranteed by law.It's largely tolerated in some parts of Switzerland. Here's a recent article I've got : http://www.ghi.ch/le-journal/la-une/la-majorite-du-cannabis-pousse-en-appartement. The headlines go like this : Most of the marijuana grows indoor, indoor cultivation is becoming more and more common, the police only shows up if neighboors complain about the smell, production is usually for personal use. The article tells how cultivators barely hide their activities and store plants on their balcony. Cultivation is legally "restricted" as you don't have the permission to grow more than four plants without a special authorization, that's pretty much it. I must say the police in Switzerland is pretty cool compared to the US cops, I've never had a problem with them and they're usually not out to frame you with bs like they're the best friend of the jail industry or something.
how do you quantify the bolded part?Belgium-Illegal(possession decriminalized/cultivation decriminalized only for one female plant)
Finland-Illegal (decriminalized for medical)
Italy-Illegal(decriminalized for personal, very limited amounts)
Netherlands-Decriminalized. Cultivation Illegal except for personal use. Note-future of marijuana is in threat with right-wing politicians taking more power.
Portugal-Decriminalized. Cultivation Illegal.
Spain-Decriminalized possession, legal cultivation but sales is illegal.
Switzerland-Decriminalized. Legal cultivation very restrictive.
UK-VERY ILLEGAL. (Ironic being I get most my seeds from here)
So much like the US, Europe is looking mostly anti-marijuana.
I was just about to say something along these things. My friend got arrested for four 7ft plants(Wappa) in a greenhouse in his backyard in September and half an ounce of dried cannabis in his house. He got a 6 month probation order and has to submit to random drug tests during this 6 month period. His friend who lives there(who owned the half ounce of dried cannabis) got fined £500 and told "not to do it again".how do you quantify the bolded part?
unless your talking about large scale manufacturing or dealer levels of possession your normally looking at a caution or at worst some community service if caught
No, unfortunately not true anymore since 2011. Basically you can grow 5 plants in soil in a garden if no neighbors complain, but as soon as you put a lamp above it (OR use a meter, OR grow hydro style, or give nutes) it is 100% illegal. The cops, energy companies, housing, and worst, the IRS raid people all day every day here. They destroy all growing gear, plants, and investigate how much you've grown and if that's more than a little bit then they tax and fine you for profits at an unrealistic street price. THAT is how "legal" things are in the Netherlands.Netherlands-Decriminalized. Cultivation Illegal except for personal use.