Cannabis Clearwater had the honor to present at the Japan Cannabidiol Association and talk about cannabis compliance in the United States.

Japan Cannabidiol Association state currently, the environment surrounding cannabis in the international community is about to change dramatically.
As of April 2018, 28 countries have legalized medical cannabis, and Canada legalized cannabis in November 2018.
The WHO reevaluation of cannabis is one example.
However, in Japan, medical use is restricted by the Cannabis Control Law and Narcotics Control Law.
For this reason, there are few cannabis researchers in Japan, and it cannot be said that research is behind compared to overseas.

The purpose of this study group is to promote basic and clinical research on cannabidiol, one of the cannabinoids recognized for safe use in Japan, as well as
research on each cannabinoid.
THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), which is one of the active ingredients of medical cannabis, will not be treated as a theme of this association.
By creating an environment where cannabidiol can be researched legally and ethically at universities and companies,
we aim to lead to the development and development of medical technology that complements existing medical care.

Japan Cannabidiol Association

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