Throughout the 1800s medicinal cannabis grew in use throughout North America and the Middle East. It was added to the US Pharmacopeia in 1850 and was used to treat pain, dysentery, excessive menstrual bleeding and reduce addiction to opioids.
Australian approvals skyrocket in 2020 Australia’s medicinal cannabis space has come a long way from waiting a gruelling month for TGA approvals to having it on your lap typically within…
Medical cannabis and Inflammatory Bowel Disease
There are two primary kinds of arthritis, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Osteoarthritis is far more common, mechanical deterioration of the cartilage surrounding joints leads to increased inflammation and pain.
Humans are curious creatures. In ancient times it must’ve taken some incredibly curious individuals to investigate and ingest cannabis for the first time. It also would have taken courage to…
CBD oil is probably best known for its cases of success in ameliorating symptoms of treatment-resistant epilepsy. Yet the scope of its potential application is proving to be vast.
ow medical cannabis can be used in the treatment of insomnia has been of great interest to researchers and patients alike.
We are pleased to announce that our first patients have received their DVA funded medicinal cannabis. This is a huge milestone for our clinic and also for the patients who will hopefully see benefits from their treatment.