Kanapių pardavimas yra nusikaltimas, už kurį baudžiama pagal baudžiamajį kodeksą, neatsižvelgiant į kiekį. Bet auginimas, naudojimas ir kitoks disponavimas, be tikslo platinti, yra dekriminalizuotas. Auginimas ir naudojimas savoms reikmėms privačioje nuosavybėje yra legalus. Pasinaudojus šia įstatymo spraga socialiniai kanapių klubai tapo populiariu būdų entuziastams bendrame kolektyve tehniškai legaliai gauti ir naudoti kanapes.Pasiūlyti pakeitimą
MedicinaPadėti tai išversti
In October 2005, the autonomous government in the region of Catalonia launched a program of therapeutical use of Sativex for 600 patients of a wide set of illnesses, from multiple sclerosis to cancer, in order to avoid nauseas or to relax tense muscles. The project involves six hospitals, forty researchers and sixty drugstores. The product is presented as an atomizer to be taken orally, and it will be delivered at drugstores inside some hospitals
Industrinės kanapėsPadėti tai išversti
It is legal to sell or to buy seeds and other hemp products including Hemp CBD Oil.
KultūraPadėti tai išversti
Several cannabis consumption clubs and user associations have been established throughout Spain. These clubs, the first of which was created in 1991, are non-profit associations who grow cannabis and sell it at cost to its members. The legal status of these clubs is uncertain: in 1997, four members of the first club, the Barcelona Ramón Santos Association of Cannabis Studies, were sentenced to 4 months in prison and a 3000 euro fine, while at about the same time, the court of Bilbao ruled that another club was not in violation of the law. The Andalusian regional government also commissioned a study by criminal law professors on the "Therapeutic use of cannabis and the creation of establishments of acquisition and consumption. The study concluded that such clubs are legal as long as they distribute only to a restricted list of legal adults, provide only the amount of drugs necessary for immediate consumption, and not earn a profit. The Andalusian government never formally accepted these guidelines and the legal situation of the clubs remains insecure. In 2006 and 2007, members of these clubs were acquitted in trial for possession and sale of cannabis and the police were ordered to return seised crops.