What Happens to Weed That Gets Seized by the Cops?

Article by Angela Stelmakowich, Growth Op

NEWS What happens to weed that gets seized by the cops? In Thailand, a recent seizure was given away to scientists, but in Canada, the proceeds of weed busts are handled a whole lot differently By Angela Stelmakowich  Eleven medical institutes and research facilities registered to use marijuana for research purposes will get some of the seized cannabis. / Photo: Kkolosov / iStock / Getty Images Plus  Options for destroying cannabis include shredding and mixing with water and an organic material, breaking it down before composting and burning. / Photo: Postmedia file Postmedia file  FILE: Security at 48 North’s Brantford Good:Farm location, Friday Sept. 27, 2019. / Photo: Peter J Thompson  FILE: A cannabis plant approaching maturity is photographed in Fenwick, Ont., on Tuesday, June 26, 2018. / Photo

Cannabis seizures are unlikely to inspire too many positive thoughts in the minds of weed enthusiasts, but Thailand’s decision to use almost 22 tonnes of confiscated weed to help advance related medical research isn’t likely to be met with protests among too many stoners.

The Office of Narcotics Control Board (ONCB) in Thailand is divvying up a massive haul of cannabis to the benefit of 11 medical institutes and research facilities registered to use marijuana for research purposes, according to the Bankok Post.

Big winners in the cannabis lottery were the College of Pharmacy at Rangsit University, which was gifted 500 kilograms, and the Department of Medical Science, which received about 100 kilograms.

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