The term “medical cannabis” includes cannabis flowers and cannabis extracts, as well as medicines made from cannabis ingredients that meet the requirements of the European Pharmacopoeia. The cultivation, cultivation and processing of cannabis plants for medical use are subject to the strict quality requirements of the EU GMP guidelines.

This sitemostly refers to the whole cannabis flower, which, in addition to THC and CBD, contains more than 600 other constituents with potential therapeutic applications, such as cannabinoids, terpenoids and flavonoids. Generally, cannabis as a medicine can only be prescribed under a prescription for anesthetics issued by a treating physician.