Cannabis laws in Spain are a bit ambiguous.
Strictly speaking, both medical marijuana and recreational marijuana are illegal in Spain. However, personal use in private spaces such as homes is decriminalized.
Buying and selling marijuana is also illegal, but there are “cannabis clubs” where marijuana can be purchased and used.
Cannabis clubs allow members to purchase marijuana by becoming members.
The use of marijuana in private spaces is decriminalized, and using, buying or selling marijuana in public is a felony, punishable by fines, imprisonment and forfeiture.
Medical cannabis in Spain
Cannabis is illegal in Spain, and legal regulations for medical cannabis have not yet been established, but a decision has been made to legalize the use of medical cannabis through the national healthcare system in June 2022.
Despite the fact that many Spanish researchers are at the forefront of cannabis research, Spain has not been able to prescribe medical marijuana to patients due to unclear regulations.
In addition, there are companies in Spain that are officially licensed to cultivate and export medical marijuana.
It is hoped that the legalization of medical marijuana will provide Spanish citizens with a supply of medical marijuana.
Industrial Hemp and CBD
Industrial Hemp and CBD are legal in Spain as long as the THC content is less than 0.3%.
Industrial hemp growers are required to use certified seeds of varieties registered in the EU Crop Varieties.
In addition, CBD derived from industrial hemp is legal.
Oil and extracts from industrial hemp are permitted for use in cosmetics and must comply with the regulations of the Spanish Agency for Medicines and Medical Devices (AEMPS) in order to be sold.
Cannabis cultivation in Spain
Cannabis cultivation in Spain is permitted only for personal use.
Adults 21 years of age and older may cultivate up to two cannabis plants at home, either for medical or recreational use.
Cultivation is permitted, but as with the use of marijuana, it is limited to private spaces, and cultivation in public or publicly visible areas is punishable.
Spain is known as a major producer of marijuana, and it is said that one-third of the world’s marijuana seeds come from Spain.
In Barcelona, Spain, there is a marijuana museum where visitors can learn about marijuana culture.
In Barcelona, Spain, there is a marijuana museum where visitors can learn about marijuana culture. There is also a museum in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, where visitors can learn about the history of marijuana and how it is used in different countries.
There are few museums in the world that specialize in marijuana, so if you are interested in marijuana, why not visit one when you come to Spain?
We have introduced the marijuana situation in Spain.
In Spain, both medical marijuana and recreational marijuana are illegal, but personal use in private areas is decriminalized.
The use or sale of marijuana in public places is punishable by fines or imprisonment.
With the decision to legalize medical marijuana, we can expect Spain’s marijuana industry to grow.