Via Business of Cannabis On Friday 29 September, opponents of Germany’s Cannabis Act (CanG) failed to prevent the bill from progressing in the German Federal Council...
Cannabisplatz acts as a bridge between patients seeking alternative therapies and doctors experienced in cannabis-based treatments.
For the first time researchers have explored the therapeutic potential of cannabinoids in critically ill patients.
With the cabinet decision, the Ministry of Health launched its first youth prevention and education campaign.
The Ministry of Health has published its draft law for the first phase of cannabis legalisation.
Revised legislation is expected to be submitted to the government in August.
An increase in self-medicating, further reluctance to prescribe and a potential post code lottery, but overall freedom from stigma and fear?
The plans are expected to see the roll out of the limited legalisation of cannabis in Germany by the end of the year.
Reports from Germany indicate that the draft law could include decriminalisation and cultivation for personal use.
The changes are expected to make it easier for patients to access the treatment in a ‘timely’ and ‘needs-based manner'.