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120 days Category: indoor, outdoor, sativa, Flowering details: N/A Feminized: Sri Lankan Ganja–>No feminized seeds Origin: Sri Lanka x
It is illegal to grow cannabis in Sri Lanka, unless it is for medical purposes (and grown by state-hired farmers). However, even though it’s illegal, cannabis is still cultivated widely across the country, particularly in the eastern and southern provinces.
Prior to this amendment to the law, practitioners were relying on black-market cannabis that had previously been seized by the police. Senaratne added: “By the time our native doctors get this cannabis, it is about four to five years old and it has lost its effectiveness.”
Can you sell cannabis in Sri Lanka?
Trafficking is regarded as a serious offence and incurs a fine and a prison sentence. In 2004, the death penalty (which had been abolished in 1976) was reinstated for various crimes – drug trafficking being one of them. However, according to the Poisons, Opium, and Dangerous Drugs Act this only applies to heroin, cocaine and morphine trafficking, and there haven’t been any executions since 2004. Usually, death sentences are reduced automatically to life imprisonment.
Despite Sri Lanka’s tough stance on cannabis, the government announced in 2017 that it would be legalising cannabis cultivation for medical purposes. The cannabis is exclusively for Ayurvedic practitioners in the country, though some will also be exported to the US for medical use.
Cannabis seeds are illegal in Sri Lanka. As a result, they cannot be sent to the country in the post.
As the name suggests – the local is grown locally old style in a cleared area in a forest (called chena). The only fertilizer they would give is ash from other burnt trees. Unfortunately they do not grow till the buds fully mature, because they want to get the harvest as soon as possible – because if they get caught the whole crop will be burnt down by police. It is usually sold as the whole plant or branches with leaves seeds and stem – so you get very little buds and much less THC/CBD per bundle. Seasonally you can find some good quality local stuff if you are lucky. So I have told my suppliers that I would only buy local if it has decent buds. This comes in thumb sized bundles wrapped in a piece of newspaper. These goes from 1,500 LKR to 3,000 LKR depending on the season, demand and specially the extent of law enforcement. It can be found in central and southern parts of the country. You just can’t find it in north or very expensive there.
The best cannabis can be found in tourist areas. It is "called" Kush – but it is just the regular stuff you would find in decent coffee shops in developed countries. It is sold 5 times the price the sellers get it. A gram of that stuff goes for like 5,500 LKR (30 USD). Usually there is a limited selection at any given time. But from some vendors you can ask for a High in THC or High in CBD strain – and that is great. As I have said before, you can find these premium imported buds in areas of tourist interest, like down south coastal areas. This comes in tiny Ziplock bags. These are sold very discreetly and they take theirs and their customers safety seriously. Usually you have to call someone who would send a secure signal to the vendor who would inform back your supplier a location, time and a price. They get a hotel/motel room and your supplier would go there and bring it to you discretely.
There are basically 3 types of Cannabis you can find in Sri Lanka. Those are called Local, KG and Kush.
And then there is Hash. Some idiots call is "ash" – but I would pronounce it "Hashish". This is also adulterated a lot of times and hard to get some decent hash. You can get a full stick, a half or sometimes a quarter. A decent full stick can go from 16,000 LKR to 22,000 LKR. It is the safest to carry around because it is so small – but you don’t get any decent terpene profile in Hash.
The second variety is supposedly imported from Kerala, India. That is why it is called KG (Kerala Ganja). But I have found out that it is sometimes actually the best part of locally grown cannabis heavily dried and post treated with syrups/treacle or even questionable substances like roach killer. It doesn’t give a decent high. It makes you feel so drunk-like – not a clean high. These comes in small polythene bags of 10g or 20g (sometimes 5g) for 10g going from 2,000 LKR to 5,500 LKR. It is much cheaper in northern peninsula – and becomes more expensive as it comes down to south.