LEGALIZATION OF MEDICAL CANNABIS: FIVE CURRENT REFERENCE COUNTRIES

January 13, 2018

 

From the desk of Henry Levinski

National Director of Operations for Medcan Foundation, Inc.

Contact: + 1 817-528-2475 MB

 

 

Today at Medcan, we would like to give everyone a short summary of the importance of the work being carried out around the world within the niche of our company and the talents that are being generated in this emerging industry that we promote.

In every period in time, there has been a subject of controversy, difficult to accept, that it is incomprehensible to our sometimes innocent human ignorance. Without going too far, let’s remember when the idea that the Earth was round was chaotic and unacceptable to even think about it. In the same way today, accepting many aspects of life in our society generate the same debate, in which some defend their arguments and others have an invalid or invisible participation. The imminent importance of medicinal cannabis is the best example of this issue. From all corners of the world there is a new or old fight to educate people about the positive effects that this plant has against chronic diseases.

Medcan Foundation is forging the way in some US states and countries where there is already some hint of apprehension on the issue and even more in places that are structuring laws in favor of the medical cannabis industry.

In US states and territories such as Puerto Rico (which we already work hand in hand with), Texas, Mexico, Colombia, and more recently in South Africa, we are establishing ourselves with force.

We have been working very hard in Texas since the SB339 proposal by Sen. José Menéndez was presented in 2015, which enables the possession, use, cultivation, distribution, transportation and delivery of low-THC medicinal cannabis for epilepsy. We at Me