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CBDA y THCA: los ácidos originales que superan en potencia al THC y CBD
by Teresa García on 29/10/20
After THC and CBD, the pharmaceutical industry has also decided to start studying the possible pharmaceutical uses of the precursor acids of the two best-known compounds in cannabis.
CBDA is the acid originally found in cannabis that acts as a precursor to CBD after a decarbonisation process (generally carried out with heat), which is also what makes the plant psychoactive. Last July, Professor...
¿Puede el cannabis ayudar a prevenir o combatir el coronavirus? Entre la esperanza, la publicidad y el bulo
by Teresa García on 16/10/20
After five months of the pandemic, more than 26 million people testing positive for coronavirus and about 870,000 deaths worldwide, the main objective of the scientific and pharmaceutical sector globally is to find a vaccine and cure for Covid-19. Dozens of existing have been tested for the treatment of this disease, including Remdesivir (initially marketed by Gilead for the treatment of Ebola...
Argentina legalizará el autocultivo de cannabis medicinal
by Teresa García on 13/10/20
Argentina’s Ministry of Health has presented the draft of the regulation to legalise the self-cultivation of therapeutic marijuana and the sale of cannabis oils in pharmacies. Minister Ginés González García’s announcement on 15th July to cannabis organisations, doctors, teachers and scientists that make up the Honorary Advisory Council (a body created by Law 27350 on the Medicinal Use of the...
Deutschland öffnet seine Türen für medizinisches Cannabis aus Spanien
by Teresa García on 09/10/20
From the end of August, German companies will have been able to import medicinal cannabis produced in Spain. According to Voz Populi’s announcement on 13th August, the Federal Institute of Drugs and Medical Devices of Germany (the equivalent of AEMPS, the Spanish Agency of Medicines and Medical Devices) confirmed that "companies based in Germany have obtained permits to import cannabis from Spain...
"La gente tiene que conocer esto, porque la ansiedad es terrible"- Entrevista a Yuyo Calm
by Laura Rueda on 02/10/20
Behind Yuyo Calm are Isabel and María, two entrepreneurs from Madrid who felt the need to show the world the attributes of CBD after seeing first-hand the good it did them in phases of great anxiety. Although they’ve only been in business for four months, they already have a community that trusts their products, with 90% of their fans being women. Kannabia is the first to interview them.
We...
Líbano, primera nación árabe en legalizar el cannabis
by Rebeca Argudo on 27/08/20
At the end of last April, the bill for the legalisation of cannabis cultivation for medicinal purposes was approved in the Lebanese Parliament. The approval was met with objection of the Shiite Hezbollah militia party as well as several independent parliamentarians who were also opposed to legalisation. Despite this, the approval went ahead.
Up until now, the sale, consumption and cultivation of...
Das überraschende Schönheits-Geheimnis von J. Lo
by Rebeca Argudo on 21/08/20
Renowned international star Jennifer López has always been a beauty in every sense of the word. Even now, at 50 years old, she looks unbeatable. What’s her secret?
Well, the surprising beauty secret of J. Lo is none other than the use of a natural Botox composed of biotulin and cannabis, the most evident effects of which are firm wrinkle-free skin and reduced bags and dark circles.

Biotulin is a...
Malawi legalisiert medizinisches und industrielles Cannabis um den Tabak-Anbau zu ersetzen
by Teresa García on 20/08/20
The Government of Malawi has approved a bill legalising cannabis for medicinal and industrial use, making it the fourth African country to follow in line after Zimbabwe, Zambia and Lesotho, to which South Africa (where recreational and medicinal cannabis have been legal since 2018) will be added.
The law involves the creation of a Cannabis Regulatory Authority which will be in charge of granting...
Marruecos se plantea el valor terapéutico del cannabis
by Roberto Kannabia on 20/07/20
The Moroccan National Narcotics Commission, under the Ministry of Health, met on 11th February to assess the recommendations made by the World Health Organization regarding the recognition of medicinal cannabis. This meeting opened up an official debate on the drug policy of the Maghreb country.
About a year has passed since the WHO recommended that the UN soften control over this plant by...
Die Mehrheit der Onkologen glaubt an den Nutzen des Cannabis, aber nur die Hälfte würde es ihren Patienten verabreichen
by Laura Rueda on 16/07/20
The Cancer Center of the University of Colorado in the US has surveyed professionals in this branch of medicine with very revealing results. According to this survey, 73% of these doctors think that medical cannabis offers benefits to cancer patients; nevertheless, slightly less than half of them (46%), would administer it to their patients. We investigate this story further.

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