UN votes to recognize the medicinal properties of cannabis globally

Cannabis is officially recognized for its medical properties
December 7, 2020

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The United Nations (UN) voted on Wednesday to have the medicinal properties of cannabis removed from Schedule IV of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs.

The vote of most countries (53 Commission States) decided to withdraw cannabis and its resin from this list which did not recognize any of its medical properties. From now on, the countries agree will recognize its medical effects which could facilitate their research.

The Asiatic countries remained against this decision, but most countries in America and those in the European Union totaled at least 27 votes.

The reason why this fact is important is the opening of new horizons in medical science about this plant that has been shown to be effective in the treatment of Parkinson's, cancer, chronic pain, epilepsy, arthritis, sclerosis, among others.

WHO: first approach to the subject

After more than 80 years (January 2019), the World Health Organization (WHO) officially conducted a study of some of the available medical science resources on this plant. Its recommendations were precisely its declassification of Schedule IV, due to the strong testimonial and scientific evidence available. However, with this vote cannabis will continue to belong to Schedule I of globally controlled substances.

From this fact, the vote that was postponed in June began to be coordinated and which, according to analysts, could rather mean a setback on the subject. However, States' interest in treating pain drug addictions makes some of them attractive to use compounds such as cannabidiol (CBD) to find treatments for it and other diseases.

Change could serve as a tool for countries where legal initiatives around the issue are being discussed.

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Un estudio realizado en Flint Animal Cancer Center de la Universidad de Colorado en Aurora, Estados Unidos, demostró que el cannabidiol (CBD), componente no psicoactivo de cannabis, redujo la frecuencia en las convulsiones de 12 perros a quienes se les administró el tratamiento natural.

El ensayo clínico controlado contó con 26 perros de los cuales 12 recibieron CBD y 14 un placebo. De esta manera se les administró CBD a dosis de 2,5 mg/kg de peso en una solución oleosa dos veces al día durante 12 semanas.

“Los caninos en el grupo de CBD tuvieron una significante reducción en la frecuencia de las convulsiones comparado con el grupo de placebo. Sin embargo, la porción de los perros que tuvieron una respuesta al tratamiento fue similar en ambos grupos”, señala el estudio.
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Delta 8 THC y sus derivados solo podrán ser comprados en tiendas de cannabis con licencias. #THC #Delta8THC #USA
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El Departamento de Protección al Consumidor (#DCP) de los Estados Unidos, anunció este 25 de junio, que las empresas ya no pueden ofrecer ni vender productos derivados del cáñamo de donde se extraiga THC, incluidos los nuevos delta-7, delta-8, delta-9 y delta-10.

Este tipo de componentes se elaboran a partir del cannabidiol (#CBD) a través de un proceso novedoso de extracción y durante los últimos meses ganó gran popularidad entre los productos de cáñamo ya que se considera como un nuevo subproducto con efectos psicoactivo.

No obstante, al ser un componente activo similar al THC, el DCP y la Administración de Alimentos y Medicamentos (#FDA) se puso tras su huella. El 22 de junio del año en curso, los legisladores aprobaron la “Ley Sobre la Preservación Responsable y Equitativa del Cannabis de Uso Adulto”.

Dicha ley procuró incluir los productos a base de cáñamo y sus concentraciones al 0.3% sobre una base de peso seco. Se agregó también el delta-7, 8, 9 y 10. Ahora este tipo de productos se venderán en tiendas minorista con licencias también llamados dispensarios de cannabis.
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