Marijuana Cultivation Laws in California | Cannabis Training University
Friday, Dec 2, 2016

Want to know more about the marijuana cultivation laws in California? People who live in the state of California are already accustomed to the legalization of medical marijuana as it relates to cultivation and recreational use. In fact, California was one of the states that were onboard first. In 1996, Californians had the chance to legally use medical marijuana for various illnesses such as anxiety, cancer, insomnia, chronic pain and HIV/AIDS, among others. Despite the legalization of marijuana for medical use, it is still illegal according to the federal government’s laws. The laws governing the Federal Government states that marijuana cultivation is prohibited. Residents should not grow it, use it or sell it, according to those federally instituted laws. This may be confusing to many residents because the state laws are the opposite.

The Confusion

If you are involved with marijuana cultivation in the state of California, the state law allows you to be a legal provider of marijuana to people who have a state-approved illness. Usually, if you take care of your customers and you operate in the confines of the law, the Federal Government may not bother you. However, what if they decide to? What do you do then? Continue to read and you will learn all the possibilities that you should be aware of, whether you are selling for medicinal use or recreational use or even when you are involved in marijuana cultivation.

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