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Three traditional cannabis based medications have been added to Universal Healthcare Coverage, commonly known as the gold card scheme, by the National Health Security Office. The three medications include: paralysis treatment, treatment for sleep problems and food consumption, and treatment for muscular pain and limb numbness. The three were approved by the NHSO board meeting on May 2nd, according to NHSO secretary-general Jadet Thammathataree. The NHSO worked with the Department of Thai Traditional and Alternative Medicine to supply the medications. People with a Gold card will get them for free. The National Health Security Office has reserved over 3 million […]

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Weird. The article mention conditions and diagnoses, but leaves out the “Three traditional cannabis based medications” mentioned. Just what are they? CBD oil or what else?

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That picuture looks really nice. Why don't they just go all the way and legalize it and be the good boys and girls for once without putting on a facade of how good they are.

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