The organisation has been one of the most active groups in claiming legalisation of the plant in the island during last years, fighting for a change in regulation and education regarding cannabis. ReLeaf advocates for its medical use due to the numerous proven benefits on patients, while also defending personal use. They argue that Malta could become a leader in the cannabis industry, while also ending the black market and criminal activities related to it if these changes were to be made.
The Maltese islands are lucky to have a dedicated tradition keen to keep Maltese produce alive and ensure future generations continue to enjoy the fruits of our soil and preserve the labour of our hard working farmers and private cultivators. Current global movements and multi-national corporations continue to centralise the cultivation, production and preservation of seeds within commercial and big business portfolios. This will have catastrophic consequences for the global commons and the preservation of life.
Catch the panel discussion on Medical Malta: the medical cannabis island on the 4th of November during the Investment Opportunities conference at Medical Cannabiz World Summit. The summit will take place from the 4th to 5th November at the Intercontinental, St Julian’s, Malta, to be followed by the inaugural launch of the Medical Cannabiz World Asia Summit which will be held in Bangkok on the 22nd and 23rd of June 2020 at the Centara Grand Hotel.