If you think medical marijuana cards are crazy, prepare to go nuts!
A pharmaceutical company in the United Kingdom has created the first prescription drug from marijuana plants, which has already been approved in Canada, New Zealand, and 8 other European countries.
Sativex was developed to treat multiple sclerosis patients with symptoms including neuropathic pain, spasticity and overactive bladder, but also has the potential to treat pain caused by cancer.
If it works, it sounds great to us! However, just because other countries are using cannabis in medicine doesn't mean the FDA will allow it here (except all those pot stores we see all over El Lay).
Check out the quick video above to get the basic info and let us know if U think this medicine should be approved for usage in the United States!
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