Brazil Frees CBD
Brazil has come to the decision to finally legalize the cannabis compound cannabidiol (CBD) for therapeutic and medicinal use. It’s the first major medical marijuana advancement for the South American Country and could be the start of a new wave of medicinal practices to help the people in need through the use of cannabidiol. Brazil’s Health Surveillance Agency has officially has taken Cannabidiol (CBD) from the list of banned substances, meaning the marijuana molecule can now be prescribed by physicians for treating seizures, multiple sclerosis, schizophrenia and other ailments that can medically be treated through using CBD.
The country’s Health Agency officially recognizes that cannabidiol does not inebriate or result in psychological dependence allowing patience to gain medical treatment with out physically or mentally depending of the drug.
While Brazil will not produce CBD itself, legislation is being created to allow it to be imported to help make the medicinal treatment more accessible to the people of brazil in search of relief from there illness.
Previously, the country’s Federal Medical Council sanctioned psychiatrists and neurologists to administer CBD to kids and teens whose severe seizures could not be effectively treated by conventional medication, now have a better solution towards finding an effective method to treat children and teens suffering from those health issues that can be put into action to alleviate some of there symptoms.
While the new law in Brazil represents a significant advancement for medical cannabis, cannabidiol (CBD) often works more effectively in conjunction with other cannabinoids – including intoxicating THC – making a broader Brazilian medical pot policy ideal to help regulate and control this new advance for medical marijuana in brazil.
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