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Australia’s largest Cannabis & Hemp Expo is on in Canberra

Dubbed Australia’s largest experiential cannabis event, this year’s Hemp Health & Innovation (HHI) Expo will take place this weekend, the 19th and 20th of November, at Epic Exhibition Park in Canberra.

Here’s a fun fact: adults in the ACT can possess up to 50 grams of dried cannabis, up to 150 grams of fresh cannabis, or can grow up to two cannabis plants per person and use cannabis freely in their own home. And that’s worthy of a celebration.

In fact, to celebrate, for the first time ever HHI EXPO CANBERRA will be an indoor | outdoor Spring festival featuring a full program of bands, artists, DJs, food trucks as well as exhibitors, speakers and more.

Headlined by 2022 ACT Music Award nominees Muesli (‘Independent Debut Band of the Year’), you can check out the full lineup of artists at http://www.hhiexpo.com.au.

For those looking for something a little bit more intellectual, there’ll be panel discussions featuring some of the world’s leading neuroscientists, doctors, vets, academics, research associates and entrepreneurs as well as celebrities, activists, patients and politicians for presentations, conversations and Q&A sessions – all on the glorious subject of hemp.

As laws around this humble weed continue to develop around the world, with nationwide legalisation currently being considered in Australia, now is the perfect time to find out what all the fuss is about, and whether we’re ready to say ‘yes’ to weed for good.

Suffice to say, it’s time to weed out the lies and get the right information.

Antonino Tati

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