Recent news puts New Zealand under the spotlight to potentially be one of the next countries to give medical marijuana the green light. This comes after the Associate Heath Minister, Peter Dunne approved medical marijuana for a patient that had a very severe case of Tourette’s Syndrome. The medicine that was finally approved was a non-pharmaceutical grade oral spray called Aceso Calm that was recommended to the patient by their doctor.
This puts New Zealand well on the road towards a legal medical marijuana program in the country, although there is still much work to be done. The requirements for approval for a product like Aceso Calm are still being reviewed and refined and are even quite stringent. Nonetheless, this gesture from Peter Dunne is an expression of approval of medical marijuana products.
Aceso Calm is the product that was prescribed to the Tourette’s Syndrome patient to assist with symptoms. It is a medical marijuana product that is not…