Croatia Legalizes Medical Cannabis Sales
The southeastern European nation of Croatia has legalized the use and sale of marijuana-derived products for medical purposes, becoming the latest country to establish an MMJ program.
Under the program, doctors can prescribe medical cannabis for a handful of conditions, including cancer, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy and AIDS, according to Agence France-Presse.
Pharmacies across the country will begin selling medical marijuana in a matter of weeks, though MMJ is reportedly now already available through eight pharmaceutical companies. Home growing is not allowed, and patients are limited to .75 grams of THC every 30 days.
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