RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Argentine province of Jujuy officials announced that it has become the first to use cannabis oil for medicinal purposes, noting that the Zabala Hospital, in the city of Perico, has received a first batch of 50 vials of the Argentine-produced substance.
Governor Gerardo Morales said that the "CBD 10" medicine doses will be given "free of charge" to the province's inhabitants, both adults and children, who suffer from refractory epilepsy and multiple sclerosis, among other pathologies.
The government's goal is to extend the medicine's use and distribution across the country after . . .