South African Cannabis Club

Cannabis Club South Africa

Cannabis Club South Africa

Welcome to the South African Cannabis Club.

Are you wanting to collaborate with other Cannabis growers in your province in South Africa?

We receive many requests from people who would like to be a part of a growers club in their respective provinces and/or merely to seek growing guidance and advice on the cultivation of Cannabis for personal use.

A Cannabis Club is a concept of the pan-European non-government organization ENCOD conceived in 2005 as a way to enable legal production and distribution of cannabis for adults. Cannabis Social Clubs are non-commercial organizations which organize the professional, collective cultivation of very limited amounts of cannabis, just enough to cover the personal needs of their club members.

The association will not encourage or promote cannabis consumption to non-members. Likewise, it must guarantee a democratic organizational scheme in which – although authority may be delegated to speed up decision-making – the mechanisms needed for members to participate in decisions are guaranteed.

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What we are trying to achieve here is a regional co-operation Cannabis Club across South Africa.

The aim will be safety of members, and a resource or area by which people can trade Cannabis seeds, Cannabis clones or Cannabis flowers with fellow club members.

If you would like to be a part of a regional or a national Cannabis Club in South Africa please make use of the contact form below and in the SUBJECT TITLE please indicate whether you would like to be a part of a national Cannabis Club or a regional Cannabis Club.

If you do want to be part of a regional Cannabis Club please indicate which province in South Africa you are situated in.

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Please indicate where in South Africa you would like to be a part of a Cannabis Club .

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