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The Democratic Alliance’s disdain for cannabis is nothing new, avoiding any sensible discussion on legalisation and kicking the medical marijuana bucket down the road. Until now that is.
Despite the headlines you see about State after State legalising cannabis, the overriding Federal view is that cannabis has zero medical value and a high potential for abuse.
The USA is gearing up to legalise medical marijuana across all States within the next month. Wait, what? Let’s start at the beginning.
If the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) gets its way, we could see the wheels start turning with medical marijuana as early as this year.
To say that we have received hundreds of queries for cannabis oil would be a massive understatement. We’ve received thousands, each with its own backstory of desperation.
Before buying cannabis oil in South Africa… stop… breathe… do some homework… Cannabis con artists are running rampant.
While the act and its repercussions are being felt mostly by traditional healers, medical cannabis remains a hot topic due to its quickly growing popularity.
Reports surfaced last week that a Medical Research Council policy brief acknowledged the medicinal efficiency of cannabis.
Now more than ever there is a need for people in high places to stop shaking their heads in denial that cannabis is medicine.
Bobby has made no bones about exactly what he does and how he does it.
The bill has had a tumultuous journey through parliament, but medical dagga looks promising.
These are the long told local medical marijuana stories in South Africa that are just beginning to be heard.
An up-to-date special report on the very latest developments of medical marijuana at scientific, government and research levels.
The Department of Social Development in partnership with the Central Drug Authority (CDA) hosted a roundtable discussion on the use of cannabis in South Africa.
The Dagga Couple feature on CliffCentral. Other guests included the The DC’s legal team and Sam Pillay of the Anti-Drug Forum.
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