Cannabis classification in Germany is quite different from what is present in the United States. The FDA classified cannabis as a Schedule I substance, among the list of tightly controlled drugs. In Germany however, the medicinal herb is placed in class III which is a very mild classification. Class I drugs include drugs of dependence like heroin and LSD. Class II drugs include common narcotics and cocaine. This classification allowed room for different standards of possession to be instilled in different regions in Germany. Berlin has the most relaxed regulation as it allows up to 15 grams, Bavaria region has the lowest with 6 grams and Thuringia allows up to 10 grams.
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