Lebanon’s Hash Industry | DW English



Lebanon’s underground cannabis industry already generates annual exports estimated to be worth 200 million US dollars. Now the Lebanese government is …

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  1. و في الاخير يقولون المغرب فيه وفيه اصلا الدول العربية معروفة ايش فيها بس تحبون تهجمون ع المغرب وانتم يا عرب ما تسوون شئ تصلون الفجر كل يوم خخخخخخخخ

  2. Like & Subscribe
    US presses for illegality (under
    pressure from the Rothschild
    Banksters (that Own Israel) this crop conflicts with the heroin trade, which is addictive & >> Profits.
    Personally, I have much enjoyed their Blonde Hashish.
    Hope you have opportunity
    to legalize your primo product
    Don't let the government tax your hashish, TPTB will strangle your profits. PEACE.

  3. Why doesn't the Archbishop Paul Nabil El-Sayah condemn homosexual Priests instead of spending time opposing God's gift (Cannabis) to the evolution of Human Consciousness? Is he a proponent of Pedophilia Deviltry?

  4. sadly i am Lebanese and I am not proud to be Lebanese controlled by group of politics ,who pretend to be role models in time they r *** , most of Lebanese problems are caused by them and how they want steal whatever they can

  5. this usa must always interfere in other way of living, now usa legalize cannabis and take over the whole cannabis business, never trust to capitalistic country especially not usa.and the christian archbishop said only non sense things, who want to smoke if it's legal or not and the addiction is not devastating like other hard drugs. and why church interferes in legalization of cannabis? this is a holy plant

  6. I think religious figures shouldn’t talk about such a thing, at first because they don’t know the difference between a natural plant and real drugs. This problem will last a while in Lebanon. The garbage and the wastes of the country still relies on the roads across the country! Shame on you!

  7. I wish we got decent hash here in the UK, the quality has been going downhill for years, I haven't seen red leb since the 90s..its always shitty soapbar or stuff that looks decent but is full of henna

  8. When alcohol became illegal in most of north america, many people who were involved in it's manufacturing were not pushed out when it became legal again. The Bronfman family in Canada is now considered a successful business. None of them went to jail or were prosecuted by Canada, even though they had profited from prohibition.
    The same should apply to cannabis. The people in Lebanon who are cultivating the plant have accumulated knowledge through centuries and that is a precious commodity, and I should know, having smoked what I considered one of the best "blond" hash that I came across.
    The WHO is now reviewing it's stance on cannabis, and it's only a question of time before it will be completely legal again.

  9. Lebanese hash is world famous for it's effects mainly because it has excellent CBD:THC ratios ranging from 1:1 all the way to 13:0 with an average of 3:1. This has a great potential in the current medical market.

    Cannabidiol—CBD—is a cannabis compound that has significant medical benefits, but does not make people feel “stoned” and can actually counteract the psychoactivity of THC. Scientific and clinical research—much of it sponsored by the US government—underscores CBD’s potential as a treatment for a wide range of conditions, including arthritis, diabetes, alcoholism, MS, chronic pain, schizophrenia, PTSD, depression, antibiotic-resistant infections, epilepsy, and other neurological disorders.

    CBD has demonstrable neuroprotective and neurogenic effects, and its anti-cancer properties are currently being investigated at several academic research centers in the United States and elsewhere. Further evidence suggests that CBD is safe even at very high doses.

    The Laboratory of the Division of Identification and Forensic Science (DIFS) at the Israeli National Police Headquarters and subsequently to the Hebrew University for quantitative analysis.

    The results, based on many different seizures showed that

    CBD of hashish from Lebanon varied from 5.69% to 12.79% (an average 8.98 ± 0.59%)
    THC of hashish from Lebanon varied from 0.93% to 4.20% (an average of 2.38 ± 0.27 %)

  10. 500 for a kilo ?? That sounds great even if it isnt cannabis cup winners I wish I could get that here at that price I would be ready to retire in 2 years I will take 6 keys please

  11. It is not haram. It is looked down upon because of it being looked at as a numbing substance. The crop has so much more benefits than the disadvantages it brings, which are barely any. If marijuana is haram, then in religion, cigarettes and hookah are almost as bad as heroin. Marijuana is the least haram drug out there. Inshallah the Muslim community will realize this and it will be accepted as halal, which it really is. It just isn’t really socially accepted in the Muslim community. Allah must’ve put this plant on earth for a reason, and I believe it is for humankind to use.

  12. Wow I’m Arabic and live in metro Detroit Michigan where there is a lot of Lebanese people here. All adults here look down upon marijuana and I don’t think I’ve ever seen an adult Arab that’s with the idea of marijuana. I’m surprised how widespread it is in their home country when everyone here is so against it.

  13. Legalization is Prohibition 2.0. It's a red herring. Repeal is the only just recourse to an unjust law. Everything that flows through the legal system is commercial and psychological enslavement to the same ruling class cabal that's orchestrated all modern wars.

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