Posted February 08, 2018 10:32:15 The Australian Medical Association has issued a statement on social media condemning the NSW Government for refusing to allow patients with a mental health disorder to receive the medication that has been proven to reduce the frequency of mental health crises and anxiety.
The statement, released this morning, is a response to the decision by the State Government to allow medical cannabis to be prescribed to patients with epilepsy and epilepsy medication.
It says the use of CBD in Australia is a medical necessity, and has been for many years.
“The ANA strongly condemns the decision to deny patients with any condition, mental or physical, access to medical cannabis,” the statement reads.
It can reduce anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder, as well as increase overall quality of life for patients with these conditions.” “
CBD is a medication that can help treat a wide range of symptoms and conditions.
It can reduce anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder, as well as increase overall quality of life for patients with these conditions.”
The ANA said that if the State government is not willing to treat all patients with CBD, then it will take its own action to protect its public health.
“If the State refuses to treat patients with cannabidiol (CBD) medication, we will work with patients to ensure their rights are protected, and we will continue to lobby the State to allow CBD for all Australians,” the association said.
CBD is a psychoactive chemical compound that can be extracted from cannabis plants and used to treat a range of conditions.
While it is illegal in Australia, its use in the United States has been approved by the FDA.
In July last year, the federal government granted approval for a new medicinal cannabis industry in Western Australia, which has been hailed as the first of its kind in the country.
The company, called Hemp Australia, is set to open its first state-owned dispensary in Perth this month.
A spokesperson for Hemp Australia said that the company is confident of securing the necessary permits and licenses from the WA Government to commence operations in the state.
“We have received all of the necessary approvals to commence production in WA and we are confident that this will be a successful and successful venture for Hemp Australian,” the spokesperson said.
“As soon as the permit has been obtained, we can commence our commercial operations, which will be fully compliant with all applicable legislation in WA.”
Cannabis for the treatment of anxiety and panic disorder has been prescribed for over 30 years, with some experts arguing that it has been a proven treatment for a number of conditions including post-surgical anxiety and post traumatic stress disorder.