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If a business or person wishes to import or export these products they can only do so via the OMC, and only if they have an exemption from the Opium Act. For a fee the OMC ensures that the necessary Dutch documentation is in place and arranges transport.

Under the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, the Office for Medicinal Cannabis Research (OMC) has the exclusive right of importing and exporting cannabis, cannabis extracts and cannabis resin. The Convention provides for this monopoly so as to prevent the diversion of cannabis into the illicit traffic.

There are separate rules for transporting cannabis for personal medical use outside the country.

The weed seeds trade is also widespread; their export throughout Europe and internationally allows companies in the sector to grow more every year. However, as marijuana is tolerated but not legal, it is not clear whether the production of seeds for commercial purposes is legal or not.

The production of cannabis seeds in India is therefore mainly dedicated to the cultivation of plants for the production and consumption of Charas. In contrast, the quantities of seeds exported to other states are not high.

The Netherlands has now become one of the destinations where marijuana tourism is most developed so that when you stop in this country, it is customary to go to a coffee shop and try cannabis varieties on-site.

4) The production of cannabis seeds in Colombia.

Since the law allows it, Canada has become home to hundreds of seed banks trading within the state and internationally: it is one of the most significant powers in the lush cannabis seed market!

Cannabis is a legal medicinal plant in many countries (including the UK, but with many limitations). Its cultivation is punished with imprisonment or administrative sanctions in almost all the world. Many countries import or produce medical marijuana for distribution to pharmacies and then to patients, but very few allow the germination of cannabis seeds at home.

With the Cannabis Act of 2018, Canada has finally put an end to prohibition by completely legalising cannabis for recreational use! It was the second country in the world to take such a step (just after Uruguay), considering that up to 4 plants can be grown at home.

As you probably know, India is the home country of Cannabis Indica, which is grown in Indian regions not only to produce flowers and marijuana seeds but also to produce an outstanding quality of hash called Charas.