” Laughing bread” and “happily dancing salad” aren’t the typical meals on a menu in Thailand, however one restaurant is hoping its cannabis-infused food can draw foreign travelers and take the taboo out of the just recently legislated leaf.
The dining establishment at the Chao Phya Abhaibhubejhr Health Center in Prachin Buri began serving its own pleased meals this month, after Thailand de-listed marijuana as a narcotic, permitting state-authorized companies to cultivate the plant.
” Marijuana leaves, when put in the food and even a percentage … it will assist the client to recuperate quicker from the disease,” stated Pakakrong Kwankao, the job leader at the medical facility.
” The marijuana leaf can enhance cravings and make individuals sleep well, and likewise remain in a state of mind, in an excellent state of mind.”
The medical facility is referred to as a leader in Thailand for studying cannabis and its capability to ease discomfort and tiredness.
The dining establishment’s offerings consist of a delighted pork soup, deep-fried bread topped with pork and a cannabis leaf, and a salad of crispy marijuana leaves served with ground pork and sliced veggies. [Read more at The Guam Daily Post]