It is information we already know but it is instructive to see the Thai government publish the following to their public relations dept website
March 7, 2021
The Ministry of Public Health organized a three-day event, known as ”360–degree Cannabis and Hemp Fair for the People,” at the Buri Ram International Circuit in Mueang district, Buri Ram province, on 5-7 March 2021.
Deputy Government Spokesperson Traisulee Traisoranakul said that the Government’s policy of cannabis and hemp promotion aims to add value to the plants and generate more income for farmers and entrepreneurs.
As for the policy of cannabis liberalization, Ms. Traisulee said that progress has been made on this issue, as an announcement issued by the Ministry of Public Health removed parts and extracts of cannabis and hemp for medical purposes from Category 5 of the Narcotic Act B.E. 2522 (1979), except flowers and seeds. The ministerial announcement came into effect on 15 December 2020, one day after it had been published in the Royal Gazette.
Households are now allowed to grow six cannabis plants for making food and cosmetic products to supplement their income, but they have to comply with related laws and regulations and seek permission from the Food and Drug Administration.