We talk to Vladan M., a 29-year-old chemist from the Czech Republic who spent a week exploring Colorado’s cannabis market.
In recent years, Eastern Europe has seen an unprecedented rise in the number of patients treating themselves with homemade cannabis extracts.
Medical cannabis is legal in the Czech Republic, but complicated rules and supply issues have ground the system almost to a halt.
Leafly spoke with the scientist who first isolated what's sometimes called "the bliss molecule" about the future of cannabis research.
Some inventive European cannabis enthusiasts have already found a way to capitalize on the end of prohibition happening across the pond.
Both the Czech Republic and the German city of Berlin could see the arrival of legal cannabis next year if efforts supported by political parties there gain traction.
In the Czech Republic, where cannabis is widely tolerated, these small acts of of civil disobedience are what locals call “legalization from the bottom up.”
All cannabis sales in the Czech Republic are technically illegal, but some are safer than others.
How does cannabis culture in the Big Apple compare to the scene in Central Europe?