2 May 1From, Cannabidiol will be sold over the counter in Australian pharmacies, and buyers do not need to get a doctor’s prescription.But it has a purchase restriction: the daily dose must not exceed 150 mg.
According to 7news, cannabidiol is a compound extracted from marijuana. It is used to treat a variety of health problems including pain and insomnia. Starting Monday, February 2st, Australians can buy it in pharmacies for the first time.
Cannabidiol (Cannabidiol), abbreviated as CBD, has recently been approved by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) of Australia for its sale. From February 2st, Australians can buy it in pharmacies.Currently cannabidiol is mainly sold in the form of oil.
But it will only be provided to adults, with a dose not exceeding 150 mg per day.
"Clinical studies have shown that low-dose CBD can alleviate many sub-health problems, such as anxiety, insomnia, post-traumatic stress disorder, and chronic intractable pain." Some medical experts said, "The drug has a wide range of treatment and low-dose cannabis Diphenols have been shown to be beneficial to both children and adult patients."
TGA stated that most of the cannabidiol sold over the counter will be taken orally.Medical experts advise patients to eat something with fat when taking it.
"Since cannabidiol is lipophilic, which means that it has an affinity for fat, it is very helpful to eat something that contains fat when taking cannabidiol so that your body will absorb it at a higher rate. It ultimately makes it more effective," medical experts said. "Side effects may include nausea, dry mouth and diarrhea."
"These side effects are possible, not necessarily happening. Once your body gets used to taking cannabidiol, it will usually adapt and relieve the related symptoms."
"This is why cannabidiol is recommended to be taken with oily foods."
The public has some concerns in the face of the public sale of cannabis agents, but the TGA pointed out that according to research, cannabidiol "is rarely associated with serious adverse events, and non-serious adverse events seem to have been significantly reduced at lower doses."
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