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El gobierno ha concedido ocho licencias para cultivar cannabis hasta la fecha
by Laura Rueda on 31/01/19
Miguel Vila Gómez, member of the Unidos Podemos group - En Comú Podem - En Marea sent a question to the Congress of Deputies in October 2018. This question about the licenses granted so far to grow cannabis sativa in Spain was answered in writing by the Executive at the beginning of 2019, on January 2. In total, eight authorizations have been awarded to date, five for research purposes, one for...
Descansa en Paz, Sílvia
by Roberto Kannabia on 21/01/19
El equipo de Kannabia quiere comunicar su gran tristeza por la pérdida de Sílvia Casademont, de Alchimia (Grow Shop). Trabajadora incansable, comprometida con la causa, excelente compañera y mejor amiga, dotada de una gran empatía y humanidad que se echarán de menos tanto como su profunda mirada y su contagiosa sonrisa. Su pérdida, a tan temprana edad, no puede sino llenarnos de dolor y una...
Israel auf dem Weg zum Cannabis-Exporteur
by Laura Rueda on 18/01/19
Israel has been a leader in cannabis for many decades. It leads the world in research and also in the production of the plant for therapeutic use. Once again it is in the news for approving an amendment to a bill that will allow the export of medicinal cannabis to other countries.
Back in 2016 the Knesset  - the Israeli Parliament - approved the bill in favour of exports. And on December 25th, it...
Según el CIS, el 84% de los españoles legalizaría el cannabis medicinal
by Laura Rueda on 28/12/18
According to a CIS survey of almost 3,000 people in 292 municipalities and 49 provinces of Spain, 84% of Spaniards would legalize cannabis for medicinal purposes. According to this Centre for Sociological Research survey, this implies that the vast majority of Spaniards are in favour of regulating the plant therapeutically.

The data of this macro-survey carried out in November and published at...
La EMCDDA crea el primer manual europeo cannábico para políticos
by Laura Rueda on 27/12/18
The European Observatory on Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) has published its first report, Medical use of cannabis and cannabinoids: questions and answers for policy formulation. Politicians from all over Europe interested in legalizing the plant for medicinal use now have this manual at their disposal, to provide them with all the information they need to carry out the task.

Politicians...
„Warum hat ein deutscher Patient das Recht, seine Schmerzen mit Cannabis zu behandeln und ich nicht?“ - Interview mit Carola Pérez
by Laura Rueda on 21/12/18
“Si todos somos ciudadanos europeos, ¿por qué un paciente alemán o italiano tiene derecho a tratar su dolor con cannabis y yo no?”, se ha preguntado la presidenta del Observatorio Español de Cannabis Medicinal en rueda de prensa. En esta citación con los medios, el OECM ha presentado un estudio sobre aceites y ha denunciado la “vaguería” del gobierno para regular el uso del cannabis medicinal,...
Die OECM fordert von der Regierung die dringende Regulierung von medizinischem Cannabis
by Laura Rueda on 20/12/18
Los pacientes españoles que usan cannabis con fines médicos no están comprando lo que las marcas dicen venderles. Según un estudio del Observatorio Español de Cannabis Medicinal, solo cinco aceites enriquecidos en cannabidiol, de los quince analizados, cumple con los niveles de CBD que dicen tener en su composición. El OECM insta al gobierno a una regulación urgente del cannabis medicinal, para...
In Südkorea ist medizinisches Cannabis schon legal
by Laura Rueda on 19/12/18
The Republic of Korea, better known as South Korea, has taken an important step regarding cannabis, becoming the first East Asian nation to legalize therapeutic marijuana. On November 23, the country changed its national drug policy to allow the importation and distribution of cannabis oil to treat various ailments.

A surprising decriminalization
This news is particularly surprising coming from...
CBD könnte in hohen Dosen die Methamphetamin-Sucht mindern
by Laura Rueda on 17/12/18
New investigation carried out in rodents have discovered hitherto unknown results. It seems that high doses of cannabidiol (CBD) could decrease the consumption of methamphetamines. This is the reflection in the prestigious journal Journal of Psychopharmacology, which has published the results of a study tested on rats.
CBD to halt methamphetamine consumption
The Journal of Psychopharmacology is...
Cannabisbehandlungen bei Tieren – Interview mit der Tierärztin Pilar Prados Linares
by Laura Rueda on 14/12/18
Veterinary treatments with cannabis are still taking their first steps in our society. It is a sensitive and controversial issue, since the protagonists are beings that can not decide for themselves, that are under our responsibility. However, it seems that this type of medicine, when used in a responsible way and following the advice of a vet, offers hope for some animals.

Mammals, reptiles,...

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