In recent years weed smoking has become quite rampant and there is a higher tolerance for recreational weed smoking today compared to what it used to be. The intense antagonism of the law on weed smokers seems to have completely doused down. This isn’t just in America but a worldwide change, but why the sudden drift? To answer this question we would need to look at the charts on the sales of marijuana over years. It has been observed that more and more people smoke weed and this occurrence have greatly increased the economy due to tax revenues. This brings us to the question, where is weed legal?
There are lots of countries where you can comfortable parade the streets with a wrap of weed in your hand and not even raise an eyebrow. This has become a common trend and is just as acceptable as regular cigarette smoking. Countries such as America have benefitted in the distribution of marijuana due to the high demand and tax on distributors. There are other countries that are pretty lax on smoking weed publicly.
Argentina – has a flexible policy on weed smoking however, any form of distribution and growing of marijuana would incur serious legal actions.
Cambodia – Weed is a natural herb that is commonly used in Cambodia, not just for smoking but also for preparation of meals.
Canada – there is high tolerance for weed smoking in Canada. It’s as normal as eating a sandwich in public and these cuts across the young and the elderly.
Columbia – from Hollywood movies it’s pretty easy to tell that Columbia has a flexible policy on weed smoking and distribution. Legalization of weed happened as far back as 1994, however, you will be prosecuted if found with over 20 plant of marijuana.
Some other countries include Czech Republic, Costa Rica, Jamaica, Estonia, North Korea, Mexico and Oregon.