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When we think of Jamaica, ‘ganja’ is typically one of the fastest associations we make with the country. Thanks to the Rastafarian community, which was popularized by Bob Marley and reggae music, marijuana use has become a symbol of the country. Rastafarians use marijuana as a spiritual drug, and the smoking of marijuana is a part of their religious ceremonies. However, despite marijuana’s ubiquity in the country’s perception, marijuana is not fully legal in Jamaica and until recently, it was not decriminalized.

In mid-2015, the country passed a drug law amendment that decriminalizes small amounts of marijuana for personal use. Under the new law, possession of up to 2 ounces (or 56 grams) of marijuana is a petty offence punishable by a maximum fine of about $5. The law also allows the cultivation of up to five marijuana plants per household. Rastafari adults are also now permitted to use marijuana for sacramental purposes for the first time. Jamaica is the first country to specify that marijuana use related to religion is legal. These law changes are hopefully the first steps to full marijuana legalization in Jamaica.

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Montego Bay ( St. James ), Falmouth & Duncans ( Trelawny ), Runaway Bay ( St. Ann), Ocho Rios ( St. Ann ), Lucea ( Grand Palladium , Hanover ), Negril ( Westmoreland ), Kingston, Spanish Town & Portmore, Treasure Beach ( St. Elizabeth ), Mandeville ( Manchester ), Port Antonio ( Portland )

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