Cannabis in São Tomé and Príncipe
Cannabis in São Tomé and Principe is illegal, but is trafficked illicitly. In the 1890s, Portuguese Angolans sold "notable quantities" to Angolan laborers in São Tomé, despite cannabis growing prolifically in the vicinity of the laborers' quarters.
- United Nations. Commission on Narcotic Drugs (1959). Summary of Annual Reports of Governments Relating to Opium and Other Narcotic Drugs.
- Chris Duvall (15 November 2014). Cannabis. Reaktion Books. pp. 98–. ISBN 978-1-78023-386-4.
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