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Hemp used in housing and health food busts myths about misunderstood plant

Hemp, one of the planet's most misunderstood plants, is finally shedding its undeserved bad rap

Medicinal cannabis scheme in Canberra failing to find enough doctors willing to prescribe drug

Kerrie-Ann Trembath Forster has lived with agonising chronic pain for the best part of a decade, and despite medicinal cannabis being legal in Canberra, she sometimes has to turn to street drugs to relieve her suffering

Israel’s largest medical cannabis producer to list shares on Toronto Exchange

The move will make the company, also known as BOL Pharma, the first Israeli medical cannabis firm to list its shares on the TSX

Medicinal cannabis: The fight to give Australian patients access to the treatment

It's the new documentary lifting the lid on the medical cannabis debate

Here's how I got access to legal CBD oil in Australia

On March 28, I tweeted that I was interested in trying CBD Oil for my eight-and-a-half year chronic pain problem

It's time for CBD to grow up (if the FDA will let it)

The ubiquity of CBD has brought along with it snake oils and substantial inconsistencies

Medicinal cannabis use is now legal in South Africa

The legalisation of medicinal cannabis has been heralded as a new-found hope and burgeoning market opportunity for South Africans

The world of Tilray: licensing and certification enhances capacity to export medical cannabis

Tilray Portugal has received a standard manufacturing license and a Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) certification, in accordance with the European Medicines Agency’s (EMA) standards, for its Biocant Park manufacturing facility in Cantanhede, Portugal.

'Passive smoking' defence clears woman of drug driving as research casts doubt on roadside testing

The accuracy of drug driving tests has been called into question after a landmark court ruling and new research by a leading academic

Medicinal cannabis survey: How many Kiwis want access to the drug?

A third of Kiwis have indicated they could try to access medicinal cannabis products when they become more widely and legally available next year, a survey shows