SO MUCH has been written about the benefits, the lack of negative effects etc., that there’s probably not much more to say, or learn about this miraculous Cannabinoid…right?
It comes as no surprise that with our packed schedules and our crammed lives, that treating conditions such as anxiety and depression with prescription medication is a $15 billion a year worldwide industry. For some, prescription medications are a no-go either because of allergies or because they want to opt for something more natural.
The man, who suffers from stage 4 cancer, had to import cannabis oil from abroad due to nationwide shortage in medical cannabis and is now deprived of the only efficient treatment for his symptoms following police crackdown; ‘He is a sick man, not a criminal’ says daughter.
The World Health Organization made waves earlier this year by publishing its first marijuana review. The WHO had lots to say, including a call to place cannabis in a less restrictive schedule of the 1961 United Nations Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs.
Being a former police officer, Lou Haslam knew his family’s story about breaking Australian law to get medicinal cannabis for his son was powerful. It helped lead to a change in the law but, as Gary Nunn reports from Sydney, the family remains unhappy with the result.
CBD – obtained from cannabis – is the new holy grail of medical science. Hard to treat diseases, chronic ailments and psychological issues are all cured by CBD.
When I first encountered Anne Mari, Genevieve’s mom, it was by mere chance. In preparation of a long trip to see Compassion patients using cannabis oil the following morning, a cell notification grabbed my attention. Both phones normally have sound turned off -directing a Compassion Alliance providing and re-gifting CBD/Cannabis Oil means both of those phones are continually busy, to this day I still don’t know why I had sound on that night.
An epileptic teenager’s family are paying thousands of pounds a month for privately prescribed medical cannabis because they cannot get it on the NHS.
On 6 May 2019, Health Europa attended the MJBiz European Cannabis Symposium in Copenhagen, Denmark. At the event, a panel led by Alfredo Pascual (International Analyst for Marijuana Business Daily) discussed the future of Cannabis in Europe, with an Advisor to the Office of the Prime Minister in Malta – John Charles Ellul – taking part.
In the fall of 2018, University of Connecticut Professor Gerry Berkowitz taught a new, three-credit college course called “Horticulture of Cannabis: From Seed to Harvest,” and packed a 400-person lecture hall. The course was so popular that Berkowitz developed an online version, and in July 2019, 40 more students nationwide began watching him grow a hemp crop from seed.