Within the last decade, cannabidiol (CBD) has become one of the most popular natural alternative medicines for people around the world. With such a versatile amount of health bene¬ts, CBD seems to provide a therapeutic solution for almost anyone out there.Due to this, more and more people seek to give CBD a try.
Back in 1990, scientists made a remarkable discovery that both changed the way we view the human body and cannabis: the endocannabinoid system.
Why risk the social stigmas and possibilities of legal implications of treating a minor child with cannabis when there are several pharmaceutical treatment options available? To answer that question, we have to look at the many different angles pertaining to it.
“Home Office policy provides that licenses may be issued for the cultivation of cannabis plants with a low tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content for the production of hemp fiber for industrial purposes or the obtaining of seeds which are then pressed for their oil.
In light of the changes in policy in the UK with regards to the prescription of medicinal flowers, I have been keeping a close eye on the news and I’ve unfortunately found myself saddened by the stories I keep on seeing.
The new strain, the only one in the cannabis market, is totally legal as it is free of psychoactive components and stands out for its big therapeutic potential in the treatment of illness as Crohn’s disease, colon cancer, glaucoma, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, among others.
William Brooke O’Shaughnessy, an Irish physician, is credited with first bringing knowledge of the medicinal benefits of consuming cannabis to the west.
Following a number of high-profile cases featuring critically ill children, the British Government recently announced that it would finally change its stance on medical cannabis.
Cannabis researchers in Canada say the plant-based drug may provide resistance to SARS-CoV-2. Their preliminary findings are part of broader research into the use of medicinal cannabis in treating cancer.
The Home Office is to be asked to try to break the deadlock over securing a medicinal cannabis prescription for a severely epileptic boy.