Ever smoked some weed and felt paranoid?
One minute you feel ok, then full-blown paranoia, out of nowhere, accompanied by a disturbing feeling that you have lost your mind.
The world is waking up to the potential profits to be made from investing in medical Marijuana companies. The medical cannabis market is forecast to increase by billions over the next few years and a lot of people want to jump on the bandwagon, including some of the biggest banks in the world.
The legalisation of medical cannabis bill 2017 to 2019 will have its Second Reading in the House of Commons on February 23rd, 2018. The bill proposes that cannabis should be legalised for medicinal purposes. If the bill is successful we will be one step closer to the legal production, supply, and possession of cannabis in the UK.
Unless you've been hiding under a rock for the last couple of years it's almost certain that you've heard about CBD and cannabis oil. Cannabis and cannabinoids have experienced a massive upsurge in popularity recently and it's very difficult to go through a full day without hearing about another news story relating to new research or legalization. The rising popularity of cannabis, cannabis oil and CBD oil has not gone unnoticed by pharmaceutical companies.
A majority of Welsh assembly members have voted in favor of legalizing medical cannabis.
Assembly members expressed concern that some people who are using cannabis to help with illness are putting themselves at risk of prosecution.
They say the clinical and anecdotal evidence on its benefits for patients is “compelling” and want the NHS in Wales to be able to make it available via a prescription.
The legalization of cannabis medicinal purposes bill 2017/2019 was introduced to parliament on Tuesday the 10th of October 2017 by Paul Flynn MP. It is expected to have its second reading debate on Friday the 23rd of February 2018.
Go on, admit it.
You once smoked a joint with some Nuns.
And from that day forward you found yourself wanting to enjoy the cannabis experience again…. every day.
“ I know that Members are not supposed to do this, but I call on people to break the law, to come here and use cannabis and see what happens—to challenge the authorities to arrest them. That is the only way to get through to the Government’s mind, which is set in concrete. The law is evidence-free and prejudices rich.”
Times have changed in the cannabis industry. Over the years, more and more people are engaging and believing in the health benefits that cannabis offers.
In a historic decision, the UK’s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency, or MHRA, decided this year (2017) to classify CBD as a medical ingredient. The decision is a direct response to the vast scientific evidence supporting CBD’s efficacy that surfaces every year.