A bill to legalize cannabis-based medicines that was approved last month by the Portuguese Parliament officially went into law July 1.
An Edmonton girl guide who saw an entrepreneurial opportunity took advantage of legalization and had a big pay off because of it.
Speaking at Digestive Disease Week in Washington, two doctors, one from Toronto’s Mount Sinai hospital, and the other from Meir General hospital in Israel, gave separate presentations on cannabis treatments for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and ulcerative colitis (UC).
A new study from a team at the University of New Mexico went through 13,638 user rated cannabis sessions and their effects from 2,830 patients. The results, published in the journal Frontiers in Pharmacology found that patients find relief from a massive amount of symptoms when using medical marijuana.