German decriminalization and medical cannabis legalization appears to be leading the European Union into a golden age for medical weed on The Continent.
That’s the perspective from International Cannabis Business Conference CEO Alex Rogers, who chatted with Leafly live on Instagram May 11 from his base in Slovenia.
Human rights law have given cover to personal cannabis freedoms like a proposed 3 plants, 25 grams, and personal possession at the national level in Germany.
Medical cannabis pilot programs should yield the first German dispensaries.
“This is Europe’s time. Now, it’s actually happening.”
Alex Rogers, CEO, International Cannabis Business Conference
Consequently, ‘social club’ models may likely take root in Germany, the way they already have in Barcelona, Spain—and the way they did in California at the dawn of medical cannabis legalization in the 2000s. CBD, hemp, and seed commerce have already taken off in Europe.
“This is Europe’s time,” said Rogers. “Now, it’s actually happening.”
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