CBD (cannabidiol) – another active ingredient extracted from the cannabis plant is lower in concentration than THC but induces stimuli such as euphoria, pleasure, happiness, paranoia, anxiety and stress, and effective pain relief for epilepsy patients. CBD also helps reduce nausea during chemotherapy treatments for cancer patients, helps limit weight loss in HIV patients, and also works with Alzheimer’s disease.
The WHO Drug Dependency Expert Panel discussed in November 2017 to conclude that when Cannabidiol is pure, there will be no harmful effects on the health of users. Therefore, CBD should be defined not as an addictive substance but as an extracted ingredient of cannabis. However, this conclusion does not change CBD’s current position in the list of controlled substances. Legalization of cannabis in the medical field
Using medical marijuana is legal in many countries including Chile, the Netherlands, Colombia, Greece, Uruguay, Canada and Australia. In 1978, New Mexico became the first US state to recognize the medical value of cannabis [Controlled Substances Therapeutic Research Act]. Over the next few years, more than 30 other states passed similar laws.
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