Just three years ago, the only thing that Zdenek Majzlik knew about cannabis was that it's good stuff for making rope.
Medical marijuana legally went on sale Tuesday in pharmacies across the Czech Republic for patients suffering from cancer, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis or psoriasis.
Growers and government at odds over the country’s cannabis export industry
The Czech Senate Wednesday approved a bill allowing for the legal sale of cannabis for medical purposes, affirming a decision of the country’s lower house of parliament.
The lower house of the Czech Republic parliament has approved legislation to make use of marijuana for medical purposes legal in that country.
Under changes in Czech drug policy approved Wednesday by the Cabinet, growers of psychedelic cacti and fungi will no longer face
A government advisory body in the Czech Republic is working on a new law to legalize growing and consuming medical marijuana.
Czech doctors, patients and scientists Tuesday launched a petition for the legal use of cannabis in treating sclerosis multiplex, the Parkinson disease, cancer and the AIDS in the Czech Republic whose legislation bans such practice.
Czech policemen have proposed that the seized marijuana be used for medical purposes, for instance for the treatment of patients with multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's disease, the daily Lidove noviny (LN) writes Friday.
The interim Czech government, led by chief statistician-turned-Prime Minister Jan Fischer, Monday took another step towards making casual marijuana smoking a worry-free affair.