A recent poll on r/CannabisThailand posed an intriguing question to its community members: “Do you prefer locally grown weed or imported?” The results were quite telling, with a significant number of participants showing a preference for local produce. Here’s a breakdown of the poll results:
- Local: 67 votes
- Imported: 35 votes
- Whatever I can get: 54 votes
The poll garnered a total of 156 votes.
Ah, the age-old debate of local versus imported, now in the context of cannabis! It seems the majority of the r/CannabisThailand community has a soft spot for homegrown greens. Perhaps it’s the allure of supporting local farmers, or maybe it’s the freshness factor. After all, as one user, MedicinalThailand, pointed out, imported usually means it’s a few months old, and there’s limited info on its cultivation. DrCoinbit expressed optimism about the potential quality of Thai-grown cannabis, especially with the new legislation. Meanwhile, CannabisMedicalUse highlighted the importance of affordability and safety, emphasizing the need for pesticide-free products, regardless of their origin.
While this specific poll focuses on the preference between local and imported cannabis, there have been other related polls on r/CannabisThailand. For instance, a previous poll inquired about buying cannabis online, and another poll questioned the adequacy of dispensaries in various areas. These polls, when viewed collectively, offer a comprehensive understanding of the cannabis consumption patterns and preferences of the Thai community.
The r/CannabisThailand poll results provide a snapshot of the community’s preference for locally grown versus imported cannabis. Comparing these results with those from regions with more mature cannabis markets can offer insights into how legalization, market development, and cultural factors influence consumer behavior.