Grenada Promises to Spice Up the Caribbean Ganja Industry in 2024.

The Government of Grenada is making the final moves to approve ganja decriminalization across the island-state. In 2024, Grenada will become the next Caribbean island to implement a legal cannabis regime. The proposed legislature will allow for the commercialization of medical marijuana products and allow for the possession of 5 plants or 24 grams for personal use. This relaxation of laws is in large part giving into demands of the Rastafari community. 

The Magazine interviewed Rolanda McQueen, who was appointed to lead the country’s legalization initiatives. Much like other Caribbean islands, the government hopes to diversify their economy with a medical cannabis programme and eventually adult-use cannabis.

According to statements made in the national budget for 2024, the country will develop an industry based on the production of the marijuana flower and derivatives for medicinal purposes. 

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