Brazil’s government has legalized the use of the cannabis compound cannabidiol for medical purposes. The announcement was made Wednesday by officials from the nation’s Health Surveillance Agency, who say that the country now recognizes the therapeutic properties of cannabidiol, saying it’s now a “controlled” substance and no longer illegal. Those wanting to legally use cannabidiol will …
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