The non-psychoactive compounds found in medical marijuana have been given the green light for use in therapeutic treatments. This was stated in the World Health Organization review, WHO. WHO, which provides guidance to UN member states, said the latest evidence shows cannabidiol (CBD) provides potential assistance for several diseases.
Marijuana or Medical Marijuana Canada as a proper treatment for relieving pain and serious conditions such as Alzheimer’s, epilepsy, and Parkinson’s disease is a topic that continues to be debated. The marijuana plant is currently classified as a class 1 drug, a substance considered to have high abuse potential, but in a report Wednesday, the WHO stated that the CBD, one of 113 cannabinoids found in the marijuana plant, offers no health risks and is unlikely to be misused.
The CBD does not provide ‘fly flavors’ like Tetrahydrocannabinol, that found in recreational marijuana. Therefore WHO states that CBD is also impossible to create dependency and should not be addictive medicine for government regulations. To get medical marijuana, make sure you only buy from us.