Cannabis in Cameroon
In Cameroon, women traditionally crushed cannabis leaves and applied them to the abdomen to relieve the pains of women in labor, inserted cannabis into the vagina to maintain dry friction for their lover, and mixed cannabis with oil as a hair tonic to stimulate growth.
In 2001, the BBC reported that Cameroon would legalize medicinal cannabis, but import its supply from Canada.
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