Nov 11 2022 .. Grow & Retail licensed

Cannabis is also known as: gunja, bhang, hashish, hemp, pot, tea, grass, reefer, maryjane, weed, yarndi, marijuana, mull, skunk, and many more synonyms. After all, it has been a part of healers’ warfare for a very long, long, long time (many thousands of years). It can be found growing naturally in nearly every part of the world. It’s full medical use is unknown and ever-growing!

Our Thailand Bangkok backyard cannabis grow-op and retail operations are now licensed! No license fees as yet!

Take our backyard cannabis tour (500 Baht) and our worm castings production (500 baht).  Both may FREE as in included with your cooking class fee. Simply ask for the tours after class.

June 2022 Thailand decriminalized Cannabis! Some 3000 prisoners were released and even dealers’ records were expunged. 


As an added value to your Chef LeeZ cooking class in Bangkok, you are invited to walk and photograph our home-grow outdoor cannabis gardens.

We do our best to use 100% recycled material in our garden and planting pots.

Our soil is built up from dirt “lifeless soil” into the soil “which has life within itself” by our use of our home-raised Worm Castings.

Ask to see how we raise worms and how worm castings could save the world.

Many of our cannabis plants are growing in 100% worm castings.

Cannabis plants in concrete planter


100% Recycled materials.

In this picture, the 4 square concrete planters had mango trees removed for cannabis.

The containers were cleaned and filled with 20 Kg of worm castings.

The bamboo came from the backyard and was split by hand.

The net is an old badminton net.

In the top set of images is a fan leaf with a hand behind it for size.  Below is a video of our plants showing this spotty-looking possible mold on the plants.

Are you a professional grower? Do you know if the spots on this leaf are a type of cannabis disease or are the plants a variety of HAZE?


We purchased 5 plants at our local street market. I noticed one had these dried-out whitish-grey faded spotty look a HAZE look to them.  There is no powdery feel to the touch.  There is no raised fluffiness like in bread mold.  We thought it to be some disease and we stripped off all but the top few leaves of the Infected plant. It now has the hazy look returning to its lower leaves.  This leaves the question if it was indeed a mold or such that then does this infection live in the plant’s main stem? Is it spread by spore?

These plants were gifted by the Thai Minister of Health and his team to people we purchased them from at the street market. These same people brought to us another set of 4 tall plants, the subject plants in the video below plus 7 seedlings.  The seedlings appear to be infection free as yet.


All our plants have received 3 days (Nov 14 to 18) of our worm tea.  Nov 18, 2022, we now spray the plants in the early morning with a spray of our Synthetic Micro-Organism liquid and an evening spray of our worm tea.  Both are byproducts of raising worms.


If you are a professional grower please give us your thoughts. Are these plants in the below video infected?  If so what are they infected with? Or are they a variety of HAZE?”