By now, you have heard of the three other states (Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Colorado) and one district (Washington D.C) that have legalized recreational marijuana. You may have also heard of Uruguay who became the first country to legalize recreational marijuana last year, and the Netherlands who have had a marijuana industry for a while now.
But, did you know that there are 10 other countries on the world that have some form of legalized marijuana?
Argentina: Legal for personal use in small amounts
Chile: Legal to possess up to 10 grams and grow up to 6 plants
Columbia: Legal to possess in small amounts and grow up to 20 plants
Czech Republic: Purchase and sale of up to 15 grams
Ecuador: Up to 10 grams
Jamaica: Legal to grow up to 5 plants
North Korea: Legal (debated)
Peru: Legal up to 8 grams
South Africa: Legal to sell and grow
Spain: Legal to possess
Of course, before you go to any of these countries and decide to toke up, we highly suggest you do more research. In other words, we are not responsible for your actions. Here is the complete list.
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