Researchers at Newcastle University and the University of Liverpool have unveiled a new visual tool to make sense of drug classification.
The Thai government will distribute one million cannabis plants as part of its medical cannabis legalization plans, according to one of the country’s ministers.
AOAC recently announced it has partnered with Signature Science as its test material provider for AOAC’s new Cannabis/Hemp Proficiency Testing Program.
As a requirement for treatment, the qualified patients must reside in the state and be either a veteran, a retired first responder or a direct healthcare worker.
While medical cannabis has been legal in the country since 2016, the new study found that over 85% of the total prescriptions given to date have only been issued since January 2020.
According to the administration, the products were illegally marketed as unapproved treatments for various medical conditions.
Has Canadian cannabis legalization has accomplished all it set out to do? A tea of researchers from Memorial University of Newfoundland think there could be some improvements, particularly when it comes to the CBD market.