In a modest Kyiv apartment, off-duty soldiers meet to smoke cannabis and forget, for a moment, the things they have seen.
Despite years of determined campaigning by patients and their families, medical cannabis remains out of reach for many people. Aisling Hudson explains how access to this vital medicine is being opened up at a snail’s pace.
After his first 100 days as president, Moetai Brotherson announced this week that the project to legalise CBD in Polynesia was ready.
Now that cannabinoids, both psychoactive (THC) and non-psychoactive (CBD, CBG,THCA,CBN, etc.), have been made available to seniors with certain medical conditions, studies have shown that it can help to manage issues related to aging including chronic arthritic pain, anxiety and insomnia.