Pro-marijuana movements have progressively expanded with the advance of technology.
On social networks, it is possible to find a series of profiles that deliberately and without any restriction promote the drug.
The trade of products based on the plant, with supposed medicinal effects, has also grown – a survey done by Kaya Mind, a Brazilian company specializing in data and market intelligence in the cannabis segment, showed that Brazil has more than 80 companies with CNPJ open that operate in this market, even without comprehensive regulation.
According to one of these companies, Remederi, the number of doctors prescribing the drug . . .