Brazil’s new anti-smoking law will come into effect on January 1, and it will be the first in the world to impose harsh penalties on those caught selling or using cannabis.
The law bans the sale and possession of cannabis, and also the cultivation and cultivation of tobacco, as well as the manufacture and importation of these products.
It is not clear whether the new laws will affect the production and sale of other cannabis products.
The country is also one of the most heavily regulated in Latin America, with the US having the most restrictions.
The Brazilian government has promised that the new law will be strictly enforced, but has so far failed to achieve this.