“It’s past time that we move beyond these outdated and frustrating restrictions on hemp farming in the United States,”
Greg Hunt, said that the government aims “to give farmers and producers the best shot at being the world’s number one exporter of medicinal cannabis.”
“People come to us crying because their dog finally has some relief from their pain,”
The Kansas House of Representatives shot down an amendment to legalize medical marijuana on Monday, rejecting the Kansas Safe Access Act by a vote of 54-69.
As the fireworks went off, Gus stayed still, calm, “chilled out.”
Pain associated with integumentary wounds is highly prevalent, yet it remains an area of significant unmet need within health care. Currently, systemically administered opioids are the mainstay of treatment. The ideal methods of pain relief for wound patients are modalities that are topical, lack systemic side effects, noninvasive, self-administered, and display rapid onset of analgesia. Extracts derived from the cannabis plant have been applied to wounds for thousands of years.
Ben Sessa is a Somerset psychiatrist with a passion for getting psychedelics tested for medical purposes. He explains that the side effects of current antipsychotics can be off putting to people taking medication
“If it’s heavily controlled by pharmaceutical companies it will be very expensive to buy. A way forward with this is difficult.”
Attention may have been hard to come by as far as epilepsy awareness goes, but Ireland says the work of the EAA has only scratched the surface. Epilepsy was one of the first conditions the government looked at when considering cannabis as a medicine.
“We recognise that people with chronic pain and debilitating illnesses are looking to alleviate their symptoms,” a statement said.