Cannabis in Indonesia is illegal. It has been banned since 1927, during the Dutch colonial period. Offenders are subject to a minimum sentence of four years in prison (additional fines may apply) if caught possessing it. Not only is Cannabis illegal, but derivatives of medical and recreational cannabis (hemp/CBD/THC/hashish/edibles) are considered just as bad as class 1 and 2 narcotics, regardless of how or why the cannabis is consumed.
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