The search for a vaccine for the new coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, or indeed a medicinal drug to cure it, has taken researchers down both traditional and less traditional avenues.
As demand for their products steadily increases, two of those pharmacies are preparing to offer drive-thru services in July.
Most Canadian pediatricians are shying away from medical cannabis for patients, knowing that it can hurt the developing brain and that there isn’t much research to guide them.
Louisiana Lawmakers Vote To Allow Medical Marijuana For Any Debilitating Condition And Legalize Delivery Services
A Louisiana House committee approved a bill on Wednesday that would significantly expand the state’s medical marijuana program by letting doctors issue recommendations to patients for any debilitating condition. Lawmakers also advanced separate legislation to allow dispensaries to deliver products to patients’ homes.
Oklahoma medical cannabis sales set a new record last month, topping $61.4 million, despite the national coronavirus pandemic, the Oklahoman reports. The total represents nearly $217 spent per licensed patient.
Khiron Receives First Medical Cannabis Prescriptions for UK Patients Participating in Project Twenty21
Khiron is the exclusive Latin American supplier to Project Twenty21, a leading UK registry study enrolling up to 20,000 patients by the end of 2021, to create the largest body of evidence in Europe for the effectiveness and tolerability of medical cannabis.
Medical tourism isn’t a new concept. For quite some time people have been making journeys to other places to receive medical benefits unavailable to them in their home countries. It follows suit that cannabis, the new darling – and devil – of the medical world, would be the new fuel for the industry.
As it prepares to open the Richmond area’s first medical cannabis production facility this month, its operator now has its eye on opening several dispensaries, thanks to recently signed state legislation.
Boulder will soon be home to two dispensaries legally delivering medical marijuana.
When Sigrun Kalatschan visited her first dispensary, Mana Supply Co. in Edgewater, she noticed the unused drive-through window right away.