By Jack Barnes
Mexico is on the verge of an exciting evolution according to the recent LA Weekly article “Mexico Begins Importing Medical Marijuana as Views on Therapeutic Cannabis Evolve.” The article focuses on the first-ever import permit granted by Mexico for the cannabidiol (CBD) oil product Real Scientific Hemp Oil-X™ (RSHO-X™).
The article states that Medical Marijuana, Inc.’s partnership with Mexico — an ally of particular interest thanks to cultural and historical ties that date back centuries — was solidified earlier this year when Cofepris, the Mexican health department, approved the country’s first permit allowing the import of hemp-based CBD oil across its border. The article goes on to describe how the company worked with Cofepris to develop a “THC-free” version, called RSHO-X™.
Still Some Doubts?
Previously cannabis-based treatments were viewed with suspicion and currently remains taboo. It was when the Maldonado family discovered that another family in Mexico that had a child with the same affliction and they combined their efforts, that on February 1, 2016, Cofepris granted permits for their children to receive CBD treatment from abroad.
Further International Imports
The article also discusses how Medical Marijuana, Inc. received the first-ever import permit from the Brazilian federal government. The Company’s hemp oil was first allowed in the country in 2014 on a case-by-case basis. During the time since then, they have educated the government on how this product helped control seizure disorders and the regulatory officials declared it would be inhumane to keep these products from the patients.
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