Germany is seen by many as the crown jewel of the European medical marijuana market.
Cannabis reform may be coming to the European Union’s most populous country as German conservatives, the Green Party and the Free Democratic Party continue their talks on forming a coalition government.
CANNABIS CULTURE- A shipment of 50 kilograms of dried marijuana flowers from an Alberta growing company has been sent to Germany to help start the supply German citizens with medical marijuana while the EU leader builds the capacity to grow their own.
A research initiative hopes to get approval for a study that would recruit 25,000 recreational cannabis consumers in Berlin – if it can get government approval.
Update: The German parliament (Bundestag) passed a law on Thursday that officially makes marijuana legal for medicinal purposes.
More and more people are purchasing cannabis in Germany.
The Silk Road may have gotten a lot more interesting than history class would have us believe.
Montel Williams was temporarily held at a German airport because of his medical marijuana prescription Friday morning.
Germany will legalize medical marijuana next year, the country’s health minister said.
In a draft bill, the health ministry recommends regulating the drug’s cultivation and distribution by the state, German media reports