Saturday, September 1, 2018

Not yet legal, but first packs of Marijuana Cigarettes are being sold

Le Chef BB Forum material from Infobe 



In Mexico, a pack of marijuana cigarettes has begun distribution.   It is called Flor de Caña and is the creation of the THC Crew collective, which launched almost two weeks ago and has already sold 120 units and has orders for 700 more.

Each package contains, 7 hand-crafted cigarettes, equivalent to 3.5 grams of marijuana, an amount below the limit of 5 grams allowed for consumers in Mexico City.

This will assure there are no legal risks, said the founder of THC Crew Mexico, who introduces himself only as Danny.

Although he admits that the purchase and sale of marijuana is still prohibited, he explained that THC Crew wants to be prepared by the time Mexican authorities regulate its use, and thus be ahead in the market.

Flor de Caña is a completely handmade product, and the marijuana cultivated by Mexican farmers, assured THC Crew, which also distributes chocolates, ointments and marijuana ointments, and organized the first Cannabis Cup in Mexico.

Faced with the possibility of increased demand, Danny does not rule out expanding its portfolio of suppliers.

However, you have to be patient, he said, because the preparation takes time: you have to weigh and assemble each cigarette manually.

In its packaging design, Flor de Caña highlights its national character : it has a capital letter M printed with the national colors (green, white and red) and in the center the THC Crew logo in a golden tone.

In the upper part are drawn the silhouettes of emblematic buildings of Mexico City, such as the Angel of Independence and Fine Arts.

These components make the cost of the pack expensive, compared to buying loose seeds or grass alone, said Danny, who preferred to omit the price of his product.

The members of THC Crew have promoted the Flor de Caña pack, through their social networks.

29 comments:

  1. Good idea. Better than kidnapping extortion corruption and bullets, surely?

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  2. Quality before quantity

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  3. Maybe this has been talked about before, but im curious do cartels have a hand in this legal marijuana in Mexico? As this would be profit for them. Or does the legal marijuana come from independent growers like here in California who are relatively peaceful humans. Does a cartel have beef with a peaceful producer who is selling legal Marijuana. They kill anybody who is competition to them. Are the legal growers affraid of cartel violence against them? Will they start to arm themselves to protect and will eventually become another violent group?

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    1. The Cartels won’t go after anyone legal in the US but in Mexico, that’s a different story. The Cartels are ruthless but that typically stops at the border.

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    2. Please believe that. But I’ll be safe and legal

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    3. Did the mob have a hand in alcohol?

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    4. I am sure in the legal world they wouldn't kill.

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    5. Templarios did with the lemons and iron

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  4. Is it sketchy if you see the "Thc crew" and ask to buy a pack?

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  5. Danny, you're a fool. You better be well insulated or you'll be a dead fool in no time.

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    1. Why are you so bitter? Calling another person a fool is a terrible thing because chances are that you may be one your self.

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    2. u 100% correct. The ones who do the name calling usually r bitter.
      -💯

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    3. A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool. Who said that?

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    4. It is foolish to start competing against the cartels in the sale, production and distribution of one of their products when said products are still illegal. Selling legal dope should be let to Phillip Morris or Red Bull or some other corporation that can force the government to uphold the rule of law. Danny and his 'chairo' friends are taking illegal business away from the cartels, how is that not foolish?

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  6. If drug decriminalize and legalizations curb the violence then perhaps it'll usher in a time of relative peace. If it becomes peaceful then perhaps we'll see a return of both corporations and local business. Maybe then the average peasant won't see a reason to risk death in cartel work. I hope all goes well so I can return to my roots.

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    1. Mr. 1014 roots, I hate to break your bubble, even if they were to legalize it, the cartels, would still resort to criminal activity of kidnapping, extortion. Sorry to give you the bad news, but please return a join our Autodefensas, the cartels are murdering, us normal everyday pheasants.

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    2. I haven't visited Mexico since 2010, because of the violencia. Last time I went, it was concentrated on the border and was still relatively safe to drive in the interior. Rented a car in Puerto Vallarta and drove to Guadalajara, and a few places in Nayarit, including Tepic. Wouldn't do it today. I miss going there.

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  7. Son gente del Mayo

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  8. 2250 kilos of coke in oaxaca get busted

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  9. What’s the thc percentage on the indica?
    -💯

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    1. Those cigarillos believe it or not are packed with nothing but stress seeds

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  10. I want, collector item!

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  11. Some cartel will get to them. This directly affects the cartel's bottom line. 60/40 to the cartel, or PLOMO

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  12. It will never be peaceful. You can legalize it and all you will have is the cartels moving in immediately and threatening, killing or extorting whoever is competition. They will ultimately take over that industry without question. You’ll have the dominate cartel in the areas they control in charge as you do now with everything that’s illegal. In the end innocent people will continue to die. For example if dispensaries are opened; you can’t honestly think cartels won’t attack each other’s places of business. They kill government officials. They won’t have a problem shooting up medical marijuana locations lol.

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  13. The times are a changin

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  14. Nobody moves weed in Mexico without Mayo's approval

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  15. Young entrepreneurs.
    Good luck.

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  16. I wish I lived in country that sells these.

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