A draft law to control some medical cannabis sales in Spain was approved by a subcommittee of the Congress of Deputies, and this week, the Health Commission will vote again on the idea.
Although the proposed law calls for extremely strict distribution regulations, it is being lauded as a first step that may eventually result in greater access.
The Spanish Medicines Agency will have six months to implement the new proposals into regulations following the Health Commission’s anticipated approval.
The proposed legislation states that THC-containing flower will be legal with a prescription, but only for specific medical conditions.
Cancer, multiple sclerosis, and some types of epilepsy are a few ailments.
The proposed law calls for distribution at pharmacies.