The Lithuanian legislation distinguishes between industrial hemp (grown for fibre hemp) and cannabis. The distinction between hemp and cannabis is made by the concentration of THC, which cannot exceed 0.3% in industrial hemp. Therefore, cannabis can be considered any plant which presents a THC concentration of above 0.3%.

This report provides a detailed overview of the current regulatory framework in place in Lithuania for hemp and cannabis, as well as CBD, IHDCs and medical and recreational cannabis, covering all policy areas.

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Dmytro Korchahin

Legal analyst
Dmytro holds a masters degree in International and European Union Law from Vilnius University, Lithuania. He also has a masters in law from the Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University, Ukraine and in the management of foreign economic activity from V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine.

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