03. Is it legal in Iceland to sell medicinal products that contains cannabis (e.g. CBD or THC) in a retail store or in internet stores?

No, in Iceland the main rule is that medicinal products are sold in pharmacies and that medicinal products must have marketing authorizations in Iceland, in accordance with the Medicinal Products Act No. 100/2020. Furthermore, cannabis is prohibited within the Icelandic territorial jurisdiction, except for special exemptions according to the Habit-forming and Narcotic Substances Act No. 65/1974.


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