Mr. Leopard/Thailand Hemp Farms provides a Free Consultation. This is done over the Phone or by you Coming out to visit one of our Farms. One may initiate this by sending your contact info via the Form at the Home Page Bottom (Contact Thailand Hemp Farms).

Planting or Growing for CBD Flower or Planting to Grow for Hurd, Bast or Seed/Grain are two very different Methods. CBD Flower will provide a much larger Return on your Investment and is more difficult than growing for Grain. Also the Price of CBD Flower seeds are going to be more costly than Hemp/Grain Seeds.

After so many People wanting to see our farms and asking so many questions I am posting this information. Also today I met a gentleman who told me he was quoted $240.00 baht per seed (Feminized CBD). This is not correct and twice or more of what a Feminized CBD Seed should cost. Contact Thailand Hemp Farms for direction on where a Potential Grower may Obtain Thai FDA Approved seed.

Also this is going to be his First Grow of Cannabis. Initially he was going to grow 3 Rai. I do not recommend any “First Timers” starting off Growing for CBD Flower having over a One Rai. If your Growing for Seeds then go for it! CBD Flower is Much Different.

I highly Recommend you Retain Our Services if you are looking to grow CBD. Especially if your wanting to have a Farm over One Rai. And even more so now that the Thai Government has recently changed the allowable THC levels in a CBD crop for new Licensees.

Kevin Leopard // Thailand Hemp Farms 66 83 8100577


You need to work with a Licensed CBD Grower/Producer. When the Licenses were initially Issued they were already extremely difficult to obtain. Now I am told becoming a Licensed Producer of Hemp in Thailand is nearly Impossible! So if you want to Grow Cannabis in Thailand (one of the Best places in the World for Growing Cannabis) then I highly recommend working with a Licensed Producer.


In order to Possess, transport, etc, etc. any portions of the Cannabis Plant other than roots, leaves (in my opinion the “useless portions”) one needs to be licensed.


You cannot legally do Business (purchase, and etc.) Flower from any “Producer” without that “Producer” being fully Legally Licensed and the “Producer” provides to you a Copy of their License.

There is more to consider, certainly. Thailand Hemp Farms (Kevin Leopard) has all the necessary Paperwork and License. The Knowledge of the actual Laws and Regulations governing this type of endeavor. Thailand Hemp Farms highly Recommends you work with the Thailand FDA and a Lawyer. To assist in following the Laws and obtaining the correct information.

CBD producers must obtain cannabis production licenses, which are tightly controlled by the government. At present there are only a few licensed producers in Thailand, among public sector health agencies and university-related hospitals.

The Thai government is not allowing foreign direct investment, meaning CBD players who want to set up operations to make products in Thailand must find a local partner in the public sector — considered rife with corruption. Thailand scored 36/100 in Transparency International’s 2018 Corruption Perception Index, giving its public sector a ranking of 99 out of 180 countries evaluated.

The Thai Government has also Canceled all Foreign Patents until 2024. So if one is looking to make a Patent in Thailand or establish a “Brand” you need to wait until 2024 to do so. Unless you work with a previously Licensed Producer.

Despite the challenges, several international players say they are on the ground, and venture capital is reported to be moving into the country to support cannabis enterprises.

In adjusting the Hemp’s’ THC level to 1.0%, Thailand joins leading hemp nations such as Uruguay, Switzerland and Australia at setting the highest national benchmarks for THC. In nations around the globe where hemp is legal, a 0.3% THC content limit is observed. Most European nations operate under a 0.2% THC benchmark, but EU rules remain muddled.

Thailand has joined leading global nations by setting the level of THC allowable in hemp to a full 1.0% by dry weight, according to the country’s Narcotics Control Committee (NCC). The announcement clarifies earlier confusion over the allowable THC level, revoking and replacing previously considered rules which had variably been reported as setting the THC limit for hemp at maximim 0.1%, 0.2% or 0.3% by weight of the dried plant, including flowers and leaves.

In addition to meeting the 1.0% maximum THC threshold, CBD products must be at least 99% pure, the rules also state. Using a Professional Grower now becomes extremely important. A separate regulation requires that testing for THC be carried out in an accredited laboratory.

The NCC said the THC rule will not be enforced against crops or certified hemp seed that were approved prior to the recent change. Fortunately for Thailand Hemp Farms we were one of the 1st Private CBD producers to become Licensed in Thailand. Our Strains were already in Place Prior to this rule!

Technically, the changes mean CBD oil extracted from cannabis or hemp is no longer considered as a narcotic under Thailand’s Narcotics Act of 1979.

Protectionist Rules

For starters, the overall regulations as they affect investment, sales, imports, exports and possession of hemp and marijuana extracts are restrictive. The rules do not allow for CBD to be imported until 2024, for example, presumably giving Thai interests a period to establish commercial operations while blocking existing international producers from Thailand’s consumer market of 70 million people.

Also, it’s unclear when Thai consumers will be able to buy CBD. Regulations covering patient access have yet to be written, with initial indications that CBD will require a prescription from one of Thailand’s estimated 1,200 doctors trained in the use of cannabis as a medicine. So if your “Markets” exist outside of Thailand you need to possess an “Export License” and perform your Marketing and Sales outside of Thailand. Along with Extractions.


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