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We are a UK limited company and have designed a grow system which will produce high yields of marijuana and will be sold in the UK and overseas. It will be marketed in the UK and overseas via the internet and magazines.
It can be used to grow vegetables etc but its main purpose and the thrust of the advertising will be aimed at those who wish to grow marijuana. It will also ultimately be marketed in those countries that have legalised the use of medicinal marijuana
Many thanks Jo. I am one of the major shareholders and a solicitor for over 25 years so I am keen that we keep within the law. The upshot would appear to be that we can market it in those countries where it is decriminalised and/or that the cultivation and use of medicinal marijuana is allowed but not in the UK unless it had a number of uses (e.g. cultivation of herbs etc). I assume a disclaimed on the marketing material to the effect that " this product is intended for use for cultivation of plants including marijuana but only in circumstances where it is legal to do so" would not really assist?