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Not in Japan it doesn't ...

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Not in Japan it doesn’t...

The chemical they are talking about is CBD and it is perfectly legal to buy n Japan. I use it in Japan to treat symptoms caused by a bran tumor. Don’t confuse CBD with THC. CBD is rated as a dietary supplement in Japan so long as it contains less than 0.3% THC. There are some very good Japan based suppliers of CBD. It is non-psychoactive (but still neuroactive which is why it can be good for reducing pain).

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The chemical they are talking about is CBD and it is perfectly legal to buy n Japan. I use it in Japan to treat symptoms caused by a bran tumor. Don’t confuse CBD with THC. CBD is rated as a dietary supplement in Japan so long as it contains less than 0.3% THC. There are some very good Japan based suppliers of CBD. It is non-psychoactive (but still neuroactive which is why it can be good for reducing pain).

That's interesting, I had no clue you could legally use it here.

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@kiwi - hope this is helping alleviate some of your pain and I hope this helps you.

Thanks for the information

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Some marijuana shops are growing marijuana strains that are high in CBD but low in THC

(Obviously, ya don't buy that strain to get high)

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FYI; It was legal to buy Shrooms in Japan until 1998.

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