Macedonia Legalizes Medical Marijuana
Macedonia is now joining the other 13 European Union nations whom have legalised medical marijuana or marijuana-derived medicines including, Brittan, Austria, France, Germany and Italy.
Pharmacies and doctors in Macedonia can now perscribe medicine that contains less then 0.2% THC ( tetrahydrocannabinol ), the main psycohoactive ingredient in marijuana.
“This will help a huge number of Macedonian citizens that are fighting serious illnesses and have a need for treatment with nature-based products,” Darkovska-Serafimovska, the head of Macedonia’s agency for medicines, said.
Patients battling side effects from illnesses and health problems such as cancer, multiple sclerosis and epilepsy will now be able to purchase and use the marijuana-derived medicines.
Other marijuana use remains illegal under Macedonian law. So far 13 European Union nations have legalised marijuana-derived medicines including Austria, Britain, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Spain.
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