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Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Romania legalized Marijuana Derivatives For Medicinal Uses.

You may have read this story on other blogs but they didn't get the facts right. Romania did not legalize medical marijuana in bud form, it was the derivatives in marijuana that was legalized for medicinal uses. Although its not legal to use in bud form for medicinal uses, Romania has become the tenth country in the European Union to use the medicinal properties in marijuana to treat diseases such as epilepsy, cancer and multiple sclerosis.

Manufacturers will also be able to apply to the National Agency for Medicines for approval to market drugs that contain cannabis by-products like resins and plant fragments.

.The Czech Republic, France and the Netherlands are some of the countries in the European Union that have legalized the use of medical marijuana products. Earlier this week, Switzerland relaxed its laws governing marijuana use by decriminalizing the drug. Although marijuana remains illegal, authorities will not prosecute residents caught with 10 grams or less of cannabis.

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