The move is backed by the government, but must still pass through parliament. Luxembourg is set to become the first European nation to legalise the growing and use of cannabis, the government announced in a statement on Friday. Under the new legislation, adults over 18 in Luxembourg will be allowed to use cannabis, and to grow up to four plants per household, which would make it the first country in Europe to fully legalise the production and consumption of the drug. Decrimin
Beloved Australian actress Olivia Newton-John has shared an update on her health as she battles Stage 4 breast cancer. Olivia Newton-John has battled breast cancer three times and has been living with metastatic breast cancer since 2017. Olivia Newton-John has given a rare update on her breast cancer battle. Photo: The Today Show “Right now I’m feeling pretty good,” the 73-year-old Grease star told host Hoda Kotb on the US Today show. “I have my days, I have my pains, but the
Cannabidiol, or CBD ,is soluble in fat, so it's often dispensed as an oil. (Unsplash: CBD Infos) Cannabidiol, also known as CBD, appears to be having a real moment in the sun. Last year, Australia's drug regulator approved low-dose CBD products to be sold over the counter in pharmacies. You may have also heard celebrities, influencers and podcast presenters touting the many benefits of taking a regular dose of the medicinal cannabis concoction, from treating anxiety and insom
A committee will look at the prescription, availability and affordability of medicinal cannabis. (ABC South West: Anthony Pancia) The WA Government looks set to investigate issues around medicinal cannabis, amid concerns it is too hard to access.
Key points: WA government supports select committee into medicinal cannabis It would explore issues around availability and affordability Benefits and risks of industrial hemp industry will also be explored Advocates for pharmaceutic
Ms Oddy said using cannabis has helped with the pain and mental health issues she has suffered with since her cancer diagnosis. (ABC News) An elderly woman battling cancer has been fined $1,200 after police discovered over a kilogram of cannabis in her home during a welfare check. Key points: A Great Southern woman has pleaded guilty to several drug charges Police seized 1.2 kilograms of cannabis from the woman's property The plants were used to ease pain and mental health is