Cannabis-based medicines could soon be allowed in Japan

Cannabinoid products could soon be allowed in Japan, an Asian country known for its strict drug laws
June 8, 2021

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Japan's tough anti-cannabis laws have become a headache for doctors who need new treatment options for their patients. Therefore, the Ministry of Health has decided to allow cannabinoids as a therapeutic agent.

This was disclosed in a recent report which discusses the possibility that it may be allowed exclusively as a hospital medication possibly to treat discomforts such as refractory epilepsy or as an analgesic for cancer patients.

Drugs could be produced in Japan

The Ministry of Health of Japan has accepted the medicinal properties of such drugs, but it is possible that if production, consumption, or waste is enabled, laws may need to be changed first.

Absolutely, the consumption of this substance at a level outside the pharmacist is not legalized. However, it is not yet clear how this system would work. What can be inferred is that it may be the pharmaceutical companies of the Asian country who could start importing or producing this type of derivatives and then use them in hospitals.

Some analysts have claimed that in the face of legalization in different parts of the United States, the influence on young people could grow. To avoid this, it is envisaged that the authorities could toughen the penalties. However, experts have not been able to confirm that the drug represents a real danger in this group.

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"La aprobación del proyecto de cáñamo y cannabis medicinal es un avance fundamental en el reconocimiento del derecho a la salud con un altísimo potencial económico para las zonas rurales. ¡Sí se pudo!", José María Villalta ...

Mi abuela después de enterarse de que legalizaron el cannabis medicinal en Costa Rica. 😆😆 ...

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Esta tarde la Asamblea Legislativa de Costa Rica aprobó en primer debate el proyecto de ley que permitirá el cultivo, comercio, siembra y distribución de cannabis.

El proyecto de Ley 21.88 fue votado positivamente por 33 legisladores y rechazado por 13.

El principal planteamiento de este proyecto es habilitar la producción nacional mediante a una legislación que permite sembrar estas plantas en suelo nacional y ser aprovechadas en diferentes industrias como la agrícola, farmacéutica, y comercial mediante al control estatal.

Con el impuesto del 1% de las utilidades a quienes se dedique a esta actividad, el Ministerio de Salud, Seguridad y Agricultura podrán tener recursos para investigación, control de cultivos ilegales y brindar asesorías.

Otro de las características positivas es que por ley se deberá de brindar el 40% del negocio a empresas locales, medianas, pequeñas y microempresas. Ese repercutirá para que centros agrícolas, grupos indígenas, cooperativas y otro tipo de grupos puedan ser parte de la industria para la cual se necesitan grandes capitales de inversión.

El plan tiene la intención de generar réditos económicos, pero además de ser una nueva alternativa de salud para miles de costarricenses con padecimientos como el cáncer, epilepsia, inflamaciones crónicas, dolores crónicos, enfermedades neurodegenerativas y por su valor nutricional.

Cáñamo tendrá un límite de 1% y las semillas de cannabis psicoactivo se importará, comercializará de manera legal. Asimismo, cada licencia para cannabis medicinal tendrá una validez del 6 año.

Este jueves se discutirá el proyecto en segundo debate para su final aprobación.

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