Morocco has proposed a model based on establishing cannabis cooperatives in order to decriminalise cannabis production. The government's spokesman revealed that the council will approve the bill next week, confirming that Morocco will indeed legalise cannabis. Rabat – Today Morocco’s Council of Ministers discussed a draft bill that is set to result in the legalisation of cannabis, within tight limits.
The government’s spokesman revealed that the council will approve the bill
Richard Branson making a speech.
When it comes to ending the so-called war on drugs, the pace of change has been slow. Many parts of the world still pursue the same failed policies of the last six decades, wasting billions on tough law enforcement, criminalisation, and mass incarceration, without having any impact on supply or demand in what is an ever-growing trade in illicit drugs. Sadly, criminal sanctions still trump reduction of harm and support for those who struggle w
HealthCert Education has launched a CPD-accredited medicinal cannabis program for medical practitioners. The Griffith University-reviewed program is quality assured by the Australian and New Zealand College of Cannabinoid Practitioners (ANZCCP). Registration for the online Professional Diploma of Medicinal Cannabis opened in February and aims to provide a best-practice roadmap for GPs on how to manage common conditions with this emerging medicine, including eligibility, gover
The NSW Greens want to legalise the use of cannabis in the state, but with certain regulations. Credit: AAP The NSW Greens want to legalise the personal use of cannabis in the state, but with certain regulations. Party MP Cate Faehrmann will introduce the bill into the NSW upper house on Wednesday that would allow people to grow their own plants at home. "It's time to legalise cannabis in NSW," Ms Faehrmann said in a statement.
"Prohibition has well and truly failed and gove
Hemp Embassy president Michael Balderstone says he feels vindicated.
CBD oil will soon be available in pharmacies and a new study is investigating how cannabis helps sufferers of Parkinson’s Disease, causing local growers to question why they’re still unable to legally cultivate cannabis's benefits at home. Previous international research has shown some benefits of cannabis use for the improvement of Parkinson’s symptoms, and the National Centre for Naturopathic Medicine is
Helen O'Byrne President of the Pharmacy Guild of Australia says that despite law changes allowing over-the-counter sales of CBD oils, the lack of approved products means years of waiting for pain sufferers. Duration: 6min 41sec Broadcast: Mon 8 Feb 2021, 5:30am
Originally published here: https://www.abc.net.au/radio/hobart/programs/breakfast/helen-obyrne-medicinal-cannabis/13131342
University of Lethbridge biology professor Olga Kovalchuk and her research partner Igor Kovalchuk spent four years working with cannabis strains from around the world to create new hybrids that demonstrate certain therapeutic properties. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. -- Igor and Olga Kovalchuk have spent roughly four years working with cannabis strains from around the world to create new hybrids that demonstrate certain therapeutic properties. With the on-set of the COVID-19 pandemic, th