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CBD regulatory report: Slovenia

  • ID: 5510411
  • Report
  • December 2021
  • Region: Slovenia
  • 13 Pages
  • CBD Intel

Slovenian law does not clearly distinguish between extracts from hemp and extracts from cannabis. It does not specifically address CBD or any other cannabinoids. CBD isolate from hemp may be prohibited other than medicinal or scientific use, apparently at odds with the Kanavape case. From 2017, cannabis has been allowed to be produced, marketed and possessed for medical purposes in Slovenia. 

A bill setting out a proper procedure for obtaining a licence to cultivate medicinal cannabis is expected to be discussed soon in the parliament. Recreational cannabis is prohibited in Slovenia.

This report will provide you an overview of the current CBD regulatory landscape in Slovenia.

Table of Contents

  1. Executive summary
  2. Outlook
  3. Hemp plant
  4. Extracts as finished products
  5. Finished products
  6. Import and export requirements
  7. Medical cannabis
  8. Recreational cannabis
  9. Relevant laws
  10. Relevant bodies




General Methodology/Sources

  • Consumer and market participant (manufacturer/brand) surveys.
  • Consolidation of publicly available information.
  • Legal tracking through legal database checking and sourcing information from government regulators and other law-making bodies.
  • Pricing and product information from online and offline retail data gathering, including local fieldwork teams.
  • Findings from key industry events and interviews with leading market players and opinion leaders.
  • Partnerships with leading research agencies.
  • Quantitative and qualitative research and client collaborations.
  • Cross-referenced data between markets.
  • Tamarind Media proprietary market model.

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