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Holmes, who described himself as a painter and surfer, spent six days in a police cell before being transferred to a rehabilitation facility after his lawyers argued that he was a drug user rather than a drug trafficker.

A British man who was arrested in Bali for possession of cannabis oil says he is now living a “terrible nightmare” and faces a jail term of up to 15 years.

Indonesia has strict drug laws, with dozens of convicted smugglers currently on death row, including the British citizens Gareth Cashmore and Lindsay Sandiford.

Following a series of high-profile cases involving children in the UK being denied access to cannabis oil to control epileptic seizures, the home secretary announced in October that cannabis-derived medicine would be made available via prescription.

“As it stands, I don’t know if I’m about to spend a few months in rehabilitation or if I’m about to face five to 15 years in Kerobokan – one of the toughest prisons on earth.”

A Foreign Office spokesman said: “Our staff are assisting a British man following his arrest in Bali and are in contact with his family, lawyer and the Indonesian authorities.”

“There is a legal team in Bali that can help him get into a rehab facility instead. There he would serve a few months and also get the help he needs. He doesn’t deserve a long sentence. He needs our help.”

In Aceh it is -amazingly- quite popular. In food and in other recreational use. Together with Thailand it is the biggest producer of the region.

Thanks for the comments. Quite severe might have been an ambiguous term. I am aware that it is prohibited here. I heard about things in Ache, but I’m not really a fan of recreational use and I just wanna cope with my health issues with CBD, so my usage back in my country is purely medicinal use.

Mr. 10,000

I have a quite terrible sleeping disorder and was using CBD oil to have some decent sleep genuinely for my health and normal life. I came to live in Indonesia and looked for the product, but could not find and so far either shops or online shops. I understand that this country is quite severe on drugs in general, but I purely need it to fuction well. Does anyone have the same issue? If so, then how are you coping with it? Do any doctors prescribe CBD for people with certain medical issues there?

Please let me know you know some shops or online website that sell CBD product

So you mean that CBD is not recognized as the same to the prohibited substance and people can buy online? I searched a lot but nothing really came out.