“This is the right thing to do for Missouri,”
UWA Study lead Professor Peter Eastwood said current evidence suggested medicinal cannabis could be a less invasive alternative to current drugs on the market.
Those previously convicted of drug offences will not be allowed to apply.
“For this film to be taken seriously outside the cannabis community, it is important that it is seen to be transparent. I hope by approaching the subject objectively, it will provide a catalyst for debate in wider society.”
“It is fantastic to be able to offer people at the flax roots an accessible investment opportunity allowing them to be part of an industry that is booming globally.”
Cannabidiol has a number of effects on the central nervous system that may be relevant to autism.
The quick growth comes despite regulatory obstacles such as state delays in processing patient cards