Israeli Government Approves Cannabis Export Reform
The reform will allow Israel’s dozens of cannabis-related startups and hundreds of licensed farmers to export the plant and its products for medical uses in other countries
Tofi Stoler | 16:28 27.01.2019
The Israeli government has approved a long-awaited reform to allow the export of medical cannabis and its products, Israel’s Ministry of Health announced Sunday.
With over 70 cannabis-related startups, Israel is considered a haven for medical cannabis research and farming thanks to relatively advanced legislation, available private and public funding, and support from local academic institutions.