For thousands of years, cannabis has been grown for reasons other than drugs.
The attorney general of New Jersey announced on Tuesday that the state will immediately begin allowing patients to obtain medical marijuana recommendations remotely via telehealth services amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Patients have begun receiving medical cannabis through the post, as the coronavirus pandemic has left them unable to access the drug any other way.
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.
Israel approved medical cannabis exports May 13, setting the stage for international sales, according to a Reuters report.
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.