Cannabis spas are among the ways to consume the plant in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Restaurants use it in food and drinks, clinics prescribe it and tribespeople make clothes from it.  Photo: Ron Emmons
Cannabis spas are among the ways to consume the plant in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Restaurants use it in food and drinks, clinics prescribe it and tribespeople make clothes from it. Photo: Ron Emmons
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Cannabis culture blossoms in Chiang Mai, Thailand – in drinks, food, clothing, massages and medicines

  • Thailand is delisting cannabis as a narcotic, and the plant, traditionally used in the country for medicinal and culinary purposes, has potential as a cash crop
  • A visit to Chiang Mai, in the north, reveals shops, restaurants, clinics, even five-star hotels and spas selling marijuana-related products and services

Cannabis spas are among the ways to consume the plant in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Restaurants use it in food and drinks, clinics prescribe it and tribespeople make clothes from it.  Photo: Ron Emmons
Cannabis spas are among the ways to consume the plant in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Restaurants use it in food and drinks, clinics prescribe it and tribespeople make clothes from it. Photo: Ron Emmons
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