In our latest look at Poland, we find that THC is a regulated substance, thus all the products on the market which have not obtained a medical authorisation must be THC-free. Cannabis (>0.2 THC) is classified as a narcotic, the processing of which carries a possible minimum three-year prison sentence, and according to our interpretation, the extraction of CBD from cannabis falls under “processing” and would be illegal.

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Marija Obradovic

Senior legal analyst
Marija is responsible for legal analysis in the UK and the Balkans. Marija is an international regulatory specialist. She has worked in Spain and Serbia on a broad range of national and cross-border policy issues, dispute resolution and rule of law. She holds an LLB law degree from the University of Belgrade and a Master’s in International Security from Institut Barcelona d’Estudis Internacionals.

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