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North Korea. Cannabis was never made illegal and remains the preferred herb of the citizen

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image of north korean leader enjoying a good smoke

There may not be any food on the shelves of North Korean shops, but the private ‘closed state’ of North Korea has plenty of weed growing in the countryside.  North Korea never implemented the marijuana prohibition laws like the rest of the world, as a result cannabis plant remains free of stigma and is used and grown freely. 

Whilst many would have assumed that weed users in North Korea would face the firing squad, the opposite is true according to this report

https://www.nknews.org/2013/01/struggle-is-the-enemy-weed-is-the-remedy-the-truth-about-marijuana-in-north-korea/

Who would have thought it?  North Korea remains a stoner paradise.

January 17th 2013
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