Kushtopia is an online cannabis community founded by Pablo Martín Romero and Josh Mustafa in 2018. This platform allows cannabis users to access a friendly space where experiences, knowledge and culture may be shared.
Kushtopia was created to achieve three goals:
1. To raise awareness about the cannabis industry and its growth in today´s society.
2. To connect medical and recreational cannabis users from all around the globe, setting up the biggest online cannabis community in Europe.
3. To eradicate the stigma and prejudice settled on cannabis culture.
Yes, we encourage all of our users to share with us any cannabis-related written extracts, photographs or blogs. For more information, please email email@example.com.
No, cannabis in any form is not available from this site. Furthermore, we cannot provide help as to where to find it in the United Kingdom since THC is strictly illegal in the country.
We are also available on different social media platforms, where we are open to receive direct messages:
We understand that this space may range from top cannabis connoisseurs to rookie consumers. For this reason, whenever is required, you may visit ourGlossary page whenever is needed.
As much as we’d love to share the most accurate and helpful to our users, we cannot guarantee that all these figures have be proven and tested. We will always try our best to gather the best information, however, due to strict regulations in the United Kingdom, accessing regulated medical and scientific studies is very limited.
Our THC and CBD levels described on our strains are based on averages from several sources, providing us a more general overview of these figures.
Cannabis remains illegal to possess, grow, distribute, sell or grow in the UK, according to the Home Office. Being caught with cannabis comes with a maximum of five years in prison, an unlimited fine, or both.
CBD is legal in the UK as long as it does not contain THC, which is a controlled substance under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971.
However, a CBD product with traces of psychoactive substances found in cannabis is considered to be a controlled substance under the 1971 Act and is therefore unlawful to possess and supply unless it meets the 'exempt product' criteria outlined in the Misuse of Drugs Regulations 2001.