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Although Israel is one of the leaders in medical cannabis research, Israel is behind other countries in creating legal outlines for its use, both medical and recreational.
Canada’s Kashrut Council considered the issue after MedReleaf, a producer of medical marijuana, inquired about obtaining certification.
“Cannabis will become as important to Israel’s economy as high-tech," said the the CEO of iCAN: Israel Cannabis.
By SARA RUBENSTEIN
Israeli companies - befitting from a favourable climate and expertise in medical and agricultural technologies - are among the world’s biggest producers of medical cannabis.
With Israel’s medical marijuana reform on the way, patients see things getting worse before they get better.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Jamaica's unique relationship with cannabis, coupled with Israel's expertise could lead to great innovation, Lumir Lab CEO said.
By URI BOLLAG
InterCure, which is changing its name to Canndoc Pharma, is the only Tel Aviv Stock Exchange company in possession of a license for the entire medical cannabis production chain.
By EYTAN HALON
The global cannabis market is expected to be worth some $32 billion in 2022 and $57 billion by 2027.
Experts warn that government regulations tied to exporting marijuana could lose Israel billions of dollars in revenue
By MAYA MARGIT/THE MEDIA LINE
If the bureaucratic morass continues, other Israeli firms could also relocate their operations abroad.
By MAX SCHINDLER
Select Israeli pharmacies will begin selling medical marijuana... on April 20, of course.
Red tape stalls leading country’s green export potential.
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