There is a new report from Nordic Welfare Center, describing the current situation of cannabis in the Nordic countries. Not surprisingly Sweden is the most restrictive country with a yearly average of 40 000 urine tests. (Even consuming cannabis is illegal in Sweden).
The hemp industry wants to boost the allowed level of THC. That would make it possible for quite a few strains of hemp to qualify and thus give greater variety. Change could happen in 2021, if everything goes well.
Gabriel Micallef is a pharmaceutical expert. Here he gives his view of what the future medical cannabis market in Europe could look like.
More and more of cannabis conferences with international participation are taking place. At the turn of the month March/April there will be one of those in Berlin with attendance from more than 60 countries.
When cannabis is the topic of the day in luxury Swiss ski resort of Davos, where hot shots in business, politics, finances and science are discussing it, you get a good indication that world wide cannabis acceptance is near. Cannabis Comes to Davos, Sharing Spotlight With Global Elites
It’s not a small thing when The European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) is pointing out that the highest courts of Mexico, South Africa and Georgia did something revolutionary.