A study, published at the beginning of 2019, suggested that that CBD autism treatment in children may be successful in relieving disruptive symptoms.
An Israeli’s Quest To Mainstream Medical Marijuana For Perry Davidson the recent deal signed with pharmaceutical giant Teva to distribute his medical marijuana inhaler is the culmination of his decade-long goal to mainstream medical cannabis treatments. The accord marks the first time that a major global pharma company has agreed to market a medical cannabis
Can a toddler’s severe epilepsy seizures go away by giving him medical marijuana? A family in Israel is using medical marijuana to treat their son’s chronic health conditions. Lavie Parush was diagnosed with severe epilepsy and cerebral palsy from birth and suffers from severe seizures, leaving him suffering from brain damage. Since being born, he
Israel continues to be a leader in cannabis research and growing operations On the outskirts of a quiet village in northern Israel, 50,000 plants of 230 varieties of cannabis grow at the country’s second-largest medical cannabis plantation, as the Jewish State continues to market its expertise in the hope of becoming a world hub in
Israel sets standard for legal medical marijuana use. Just over six years ago, in the lush Upper Galilee of northern Israel, the nation’s first large-scale harvest of legal medical marijuana was flowering on the roof deck of Tzahi Cohen’s parents’ house, perched on a cliff overlooking the bright-green farming village of Birya. Until then, fewer
Family wished for cannabis sooner Cannabis for kids: Israel pioneers pediatric pot. Yaniv Eshed is a big believer in the medical benefits of marijuana for children. Eshed’s 9-year-old son, Aviel, is being treated for bone marrow cancer at Sheba Medical Center, the largest hospital in Israel. Yaniv Eshed told CNBC that he wishes he had
Legalization would save police and courts NIS 690 million in annual costs, and bring the state NIS 950 million in tax revenue. By BEN HARTMANN | Published in The Jerusalem Post Legalization of marijuana in Israel could be a gold mine for the state coffers, bringing in as much as NIS 1.6 billion in tax