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Cannabis in the Solomon Islands is illegal for the production, sale, and possession of marijuana for medicinal or recreational purposes. Offenders receive a fine of up to $100,000 or imprisonment of ten years. A 2011 survey of young people, found that 16.1% of males and 11.1% of females had ever used cannabis.
The Solomon Islands, like other island nations in the West Pacific is utilised as a staging point in the illicit drug trade, between South East Asia and Australasia. Cannabis is also illicitly cultivated in the Solomon Islands.
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