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The safety, tolerability, and effectiveness of "PTL-101", an oral CBD formulation

The centuries-old appreciation of the potent therapeutic properties and favorable safety profile of the Cannabis plant family has brought to a recent surge in research efforts to leverage it toward treatment of epilepsy, particularly, refractory epilepsy.

Cannabis-based medicinal products and the role of the doctor.

With rapidly changing legislation designed to improve access to cannabis-based medicinal products, this paper assess the obligations of the law and professional bodies on the proposed prescribers of these products.

Draft Guidance for cannabis-based medicinal products released

The National Institute for Health & Care Excellence (NICE), the body responsible for issuing guidance on whether certain medicines are recommended for use in healthcare, has recently published a draft of its official guidance on cannabis-based medicinal products.

The Pharmaceutical Industry and Medicinal Cannabis

The Pharmaceutical industry is entering the cannabis space, by swapping patients for patents. But what are the impacts of such a takeover?

Medical Use of Cannabis in 2019

This article updates a review published in June 2015 by the Journal of the American Medical Association and describes newer evidence regarding what is known and not known about the efficacy of cannabis and cannabinoids for managing various conditions.

UK Watchdog declines to back NHS cannabis treatment for epilepsy

Medical cannabis cannot be approved for use in children with severe epilepsy on the National Health Service because there is not enough evidence to prove it helps, a watchdog has ruled.

Inside a 'top-secret' legal Australian medicinal cannabis grow room

According to patient figures from the Therapeutic Goods Administration, from January 2017 to June 2019 more than 9200 medical cannabis access approvals had been issued. More than 6500 of those were issued this year alone.

14% of Americans Say They Use CBD Products

Galllup polling indicates fourteen percent of Americans say they use CBD-based products, and they are most likely to do so to relieve pain, anxiety and insomnia.

Is This The Year Medical Cannabis Finally Goes Mainstream In Australia?

Multiple documentaries, celebrity endorsements, and commercial exposure: Is 2019 the year?

Cannabis oil saved son's life... but I had to break the law

MY life changed forever more than six years ago when my younger son Cole began taking seizures when he was just three months old. A year later he…