Medicinal cannabis: Where does Ireland stand?

Use of these forms of cannabis is very restricted despite moves to permit limited use

The use of medicinal forms of cannabis continues to be very restricted in Ireland in spite of moves to permit their use in limited circumstances. Video: Enda O'Dowd

The use of medicinal forms of cannabis continues to be very restricted in Ireland in spite of moves to permit their use in limited circumstances.

Minister for Health Simon Harris commissioned a report from the Health Products Regulatory Authority (HPRA) to examine the scientific evidence on medicinal cannabis, which accepted benefits from taking medicinal cannabis for certain conditions.

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