The best medicine may not be what you think.
It may be something you have never heard of.
The topic of medicinal cannabis is often controversial, but its true potential has been the subject of heated debate since its launch in Britain in 2016.
The drug has been touted by some as a cure for serious conditions such as Crohn’s disease and multiple sclerosis, while others say its only beneficial for those with severe conditions such a chronic illness or cancer.
The government-backed National Drug Strategy has recently made it a priority to make the country a “medical cannabis nation”.
But the medicinal cannabis market is still in its infancy.
What exactly is medicinal cannabis and how can you safely use it?
Cannabis is a plant that contains THC, the chemical compound responsible for the high and high-inducing effects of cannabis.
THC can help with pain, nausea and other side effects of cancer treatments.
It is also used in cough and cold remedies, as well as to help alleviate nausea and fatigue caused by chemotherapy.
It can also be used to treat nausea and vomiting, though it is currently illegal to sell the drug for medicinal purposes in Australia.
But what exactly is cannabis?
The chemical compound known as CBD is one of the cannabinoids found in cannabis, meaning it contains more than 90 per cent CBD, or cannabidiol.
CBD is the main component in marijuana.CBD is a cannabinoid that is found in all plants.
It has a high concentration in the leaves of certain cannabis plants, such as cannabis sativa, which is the most commonly used strain.
There are several forms of CBD, which vary in how much of the compound they contain, which makes it difficult to isolate it and make a product from it.
This is where the word “cannabis” comes in.
CBD can be found in different forms, such in oil, pills, capsules and vapour.
There is also the “tincture” form, which contains a smaller amount of CBD.
It’s used for topical treatments, to treat anxiety, insomnia and to treat pain and inflammation.
But CBD can also have a number of other effects, which can be beneficial or harmful depending on the type of cannabis being used.
Some cannabis strains are able to help with the symptoms of a range of conditions.
For example, CBD can help people with Crohns disease, multiple sclerosis and other conditions that involve inflammation, such a cancer or arthritis.
Cannabidivoloids are another form of cannabinoid that has been shown to help some conditions, including PTSD and anxiety.
These are the same chemicals found in some medical marijuana products, but CBD has also been shown in studies to help people suffering from epilepsy and autism.
So how safe is it?
As well as being a very safe substance, the only downside to cannabis is the potential for abuse.
This means there is a risk of being addicted to it, and potentially even worse, you may die from a side effect.
This is why it’s recommended that people consume it at least once a week to ensure its safe and effective.
The other side of the coin is the fact that its highly addictive.
People who abuse the substance can become dependent on it, meaning they can’t control their addiction to the plant.
If you are a smoker, this could be a problem, because smoking can have the potential to increase the chances of you developing lung cancer, according to the World Health Organisation.
However, it is still legal to purchase and consume cannabis products for recreational purposes.
There has also recently been a surge in the popularity of the CBD oil, which has been used in some form for treating nausea and headaches for decades.
The company called CBD Tincture has sold over 10 million bottles, and claims it has been sold in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
The CBD oil is said to help ease the symptoms associated with Crohns disease, as the drug is believed to alleviate some of the symptoms.
Cameron Crockett is a clinical psychologist and a researcher with the Centre for Drug Safety and Addiction at The University of Queensland.
She said: “CBD Tinctures are a fantastic addition to our daily dose of cannabis medicine.
It seems to be a much safer alternative than many of the pharmaceutical products we have been prescribed.”
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